2012 January 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings - Page 2
It's an issue that's been discussed ever since casinos opened in Council Bluffs almost 20 years ago. Should casino gaming be legalized in Nebraska?
Miss any of the top poker news stories this week? We’re here to get you caught up on everything from Chris Ferguson’s alleged bank accounts tied to Full Tilt Poker, to the World Poker Tour’s return to television, and much more.
Invoices show the consultant helping Ohio develop rules and regulations related to its four new casinos charged the state more than $1.5 million in 2011.
Proponents seeking to rein in the unregulated “wild, wild West” environment of illegal online poker in Iowa are girding for another legislative battle this year, while critics worry about a new gaming expansion that could spread addictive forms of electronic gambling from casinos to living rooms.
Three men were indicted on Jan. 17 in Logan County on gambling charges after a raid at the T-Mart in Lewisburg last year. Ramesh Patel, Mahendrabhai Patel and Anilkumar Patel were all charged with …
Thirty-five men suspected of online gambling activities were arrested after a Malaysian police raid on eleven internet gambling premises around the Seberang Perai Selatan region […]Read the rest »
bwin.party Digital has defended its link to the recently indicted Megaupload.com, saying it was unaware of any of the company’s alleged illegal dealings. The colourful […]Read the rest »
Zdenek Lang has been appointed as the new marketing director of Fortuna Entertainment Group (Fortuna) following the merge of the group’s sportsbetting and lottery marketing […]Read the rest »
Betgenius Limited has signed a licencing agreement with long-time customer Irish bookmaker Paddy Power for its Connextra video advertising banner product. The Connextra technology will […]Read the rest »