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  • 17 August 2015

    New Jersey Online Gambling License Awarded to Resorts

    Online gambling in the United States is at an extremely critical point right now where a few states have regulated the industry, but not enough states have banded together yet to really get a federal framework. In spite of that, New Jersey has shown once again that they have no intention of slowing down in the least bit by awarding a new online gambling license.

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  • 14 August 2015

    UK Gambling Commission: List of Approved ADR Entities

    In the United Kingdom, there have been some huge changes in how online gambling is handled inside of the past 18 months. One of the biggest changes that benefits players is the Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes process. The way that this works is that each operator that's licensed by the UK has to use at least one of the ADR entities by the beginning of this September. These entities will mediate in the case of disputes for the players.

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  • 12 August 2015

    Macho Sports Illegal Sports Betting Sentencing Complete

    Of all of the different types of gambling out there, it seems like sports betting is the type that gets the most attention to being tied to different types of crime. This is definitely the case for the operators of Macho Sports who were hit with a handful of different federal charges after a sting operation ended with them forfeiting millions of dollars in assets.

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  • 12 August 2015

    AmigoBingo and CanadianDollarBingo Celebrate Relaunch

    Both AmigoBingo and CanadianDollarBingo have decided to completely relaunch their sites. While this relaunch does include a completely new look that incorporates the players' favorite elements of the previous incarnation of the sites, it gives players a number of advantages as well. This includes a much easier approach to navigating the games and a much cleaner and intuitive interface that they've ever had before.

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  • 10 August 2015

    Asset protection does not protect you from the Internal Revenue Service

    Dear Reader, This Blog could be one sentence long: “Asset protection does not protect you from the Internal Revenue Service!” Since some will doubt me, and many have tried to beat the Collector (the most powerful arm of the U.S. government targeted at citizens rather than terrorists), here are 10 reasons why asset protection is useless against the government. First, the homestead exemption does not apply to the IRS.

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  • 09 August 2015

    Unibet Purchases iGaming Holding in Continued Expansion

    In a move that expands in key areas, Unibet has purchased iGaming Holding plc. This deal was made for €59 million in cash, and another €20 million could be on the way based on future performance. This is a pretty typical deal for a purchase of this size, and it just goes to show that Unibet is continuing to expand. However, they aren't just expanding in any direction they can for the sake of it. Instead, they're growing in a very strategic way.

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  • 05 August 2015

    Daughter of Poker Pro Wins WSOP National Championship

    They say that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, and in the case of Joel and Loni Harwood, that seems to be the case. Joel is known for being a professional in the game, and his daughter Loni (also a professional poker player) picked up a win at the 2015 World Series of Poker National Championship. This is an impressive win in an important tournament, and it probably goes a long way towards establishing her own legacy and getting out from the shadow of her father.

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  • 05 August 2015

    Coingaming Launches Bitcoin Online Sportsbook Software

    When bitcoin started becoming popular a couple of years ago, one of the things that people naturally gravitated to was the idea that it could be used to fund online gambling accounts. The anonymous aspect of the transactions made it really easy to see some advantages of this. Coingaming was a software company that jumped at this opportunity and started created software solutions for operating online gambling sites based around bitcoin.

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  • 05 August 2015

    Guts.com Inks Online Poker Deal With Microgaming

    Guts.com is known for having a solid online casino that uses a wide variety of software companies to give players an excellent selection of games. This selection is going to be boosted once again after a recent announcement that they are going to be adding online poker to their lineup. Thanks to a new deal with Microgaming, Guts.com will offer online poker services through MPN, the Microgaming Poker Network.

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  • 05 August 2015

    Amaya Sells Chartwell and CryptoLogic to NYX Gaming

    The Amaya Gaming Group has made an enormous amount of noise in the news over the past year, and they've done it again with a key deal that shows a lot about their investment strategies. They have sold Chartwell and CryptoLogic, two online casino software providers, to NYX Gaming. This deal was for $110 million in cash and $40 million in stock, and this comes after they've held both companies for less than four years. The Original Purchase Back in 2011, the Amaya Gaming Group bought Chartwell.

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