2011 February 08 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Jim Cook, brought to the witness stand as a wireless expert, continued his testimony Monday on Ernest Scherer III’s cell phone usage.
Last week I wrote about what I learned when I four-tabled Rush Poker in an attempt to earn 500 Full Tilt Points in one day.
Operator and supplier of pool and tote gaming, Sportech PLC has announced two executive board appointments this week. Roger Withers will assume the role of non-executive chairman and has held senior positions in the international leisure and gaming sector with Ladbrokes, Bass and Arena Leisure and is currently non-executive Chairman of gaming software and content […]
Software developer Playtech has added Iron Man 2 to its Marvel Series of online slots in its latest release this week. The 5-reel slot sees a new concept of fixed paylines being introduced, as all 25 lines are active at all times. Other features include free games, scatters, multipliers, free spins and Iron Man’s reactor […]
Swedish online gaming firm Betsson AB has entered into a business relationship with a local company in China. The deal will see a joint venture with an unidentified Chinese state-owned company in the sports lottery related industry. China has the largest internet population in the world and is expected to issue internet lottery reseller licenses […]
Last update: February 8, 2011 - 10:41 AM The Running Aces Harness Park in Columbus is launching a renewed effort to allow slot machines at the state’s two race tracks, commonly known as “racino.” The track in Columbus announced their “Minnesota’s Budget Jackpot” campaign today to pressure the Legislature into granting permission for slots at both …
Industry observers were intrigued by a report in the UK newspaper The Guardian this week which claimed that Caesars Entertainment (formerly Harrah’s) had made an attempt to purchase its UK software provider Gamesys but that the private company was not interested in selling. The Interactive division of Caesars has a strong relationship with Gamesys which […]
SugarHouse Casino said Monday it hopes to add 14 new gaming tables and 100 workers.
The North Carolina Education Lottery formally sought information Monday on how it could operate casino-style video gambling machines should the GOP-led Legislature and Democratic Gov.