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  • 23 September 2015

    Betit Launches Kaboo Casino and Others in Beta

    Something that you don't see all that often in the online gambling world is a true beta release. Usually all of the bugs are worked out before a game goes to market, but this is only true because it's relatively easy to catch all of the problems in a single game as a unit.

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  • 23 September 2015

    Daily Fantasy Sports Hearing Called For in Congress

    It's no secret right now that daily fantasy sports represent one of the fastest-growing segments of the online gambling market. It's gained more steam in the United States over the past 18 months than most forms of online gambling ever had, and more states have started making decisions about the legality of the game. Now there could be an upcoming congressional hearing on the subject as well. The Need for the Meeting Congressman Frank Pallone Jr.

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  • 17 September 2015

    California Daily Fantasy Sports Regulations Proposed

    There has been a pretty fierce battle going on in California over the online poker industry for the past few years, and a bill supporting it has failed once again because of political issues between racetrack operators, native tribes and other groups. The same person who proposed the poker legislation Assemblyman Adam Gray is behind a new proposal to regulate and provide licensing processes for daily fantasy sports sites to operate in the state.

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  • 17 September 2015

    First Legal Poker Tourney in Norway Ran by Amaya

    The Amaya Gaming Group has made a number of big strides for poker since taking over PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker last year. One of their brands is Global Poker Tours Ltd, and they have announced that the 2016 Norweigian Championships for poker will actually be held in Norway this year for the first time ever. It's been held overseas for over 12 years in a variety of other countries including Ireland, Latvia and England.

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  • 17 September 2015

    Playtech's Teddy Sagi Strong on Israel Wealth List

    In the online gambling world, Teddy Sagi is a big name when it comes to the business side of things. He has had strong ties with Playtech for a very long time, and he is currently their principle shareholder. Sagi is known for making a lot of major deals in different industries, and his deals so far this year have seen him almost double his net worth. This has shot him up on the list of the most wealthy individuals in Israel, and he is currently in the number six spot on the list.

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  • 17 September 2015

    PokerStars Accepting Mexican Deposits Through Oxxo

    In recent news, PokerStars will now be accepting deposits through a partnership with a major convenience store chain in Mexico. The name of the chain is Oxxo, and it has over 13,000 different locations as one of the main chains in the country. Because the banking system is so restrictive, especially with foreign transactions, this represents a much-needed viable option for players who want to get in on the action with the largest poker site in the world.

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  • 17 September 2015

    William Hill Rolls Out Priority Access Card

    Payments are a big part of what makes an online casino or other type of online gambling site reliable, and William Hill has taken a step to make their cash outs even easier with their new priority access card. The way this pre-paid Mastercard works is that it links directly to a player's account to provide immediate access to funds through the card. Players can use this card normally like they would any other pre-paid credit card to have the funds deducted from their William Hill balance.

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  • 17 September 2015

    Mt. Gox CEO Charged by Japanese Authorities

    At one point in time, about four-fifths of all bitcoin exchanges were handled by Mt. Gox, then the top exchange by far for bitcoin transactions. Having what seemed to be such a solid operation taking over such a large portion of the market helped the cryptocurrency to gain a lot of attention with huge fluctuations in its value. This all came crashing down when the Tokyo-based company was accused of fraud and a number of other crimes.

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  • 16 September 2015

    Bodog Adds New Event Horizon Slot From BetSoft

    The clash between video slots and classic slots is something that fans have seen going on for over a decade, and BetSoft is well aware of this dichotomy. Their Event Horizon game takes advantage of the tension between these two types of games by offering a bit of a crossover. It has elements of both three-reel and five-reel games, and Bodog Casino is happy to be adding it to their lineup. Format and Layout The format of Event Horizon is five reels with three rows.

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  • 16 September 2015

    Caesars Entertainment Fined $9.5 Million in Penalties

    Money laundering is something that's often tied to gambling because of how relatively easy it can be to launder money through gambling establishments. This is largely due to the cash nature of the business and how casino chips are mixed up and traded back and forth during games. Different casinos have to adhere to rules that help to prevent money laundering, and Caesars Entertainment found out the hard way that they weren't doing enough with a $9.5 million penalty.

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