Gambling News

  • 22 July 2010

    Positive Hearing on U.S. Internet Gambling Regulation

    In three months the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) will turn 4 years old.  The regulations put in place to govern how to enforce this law just came into effect in June and now, finally, Barney Frank and his bill  HR 2267, the Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection, and Enforcement Act is moving forward to try and change it.

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  • 21 July 2010 Shut Down Over Privacy Breach

    Though we thought it was the high demand of players that were trying to access the B.C. Lottery Corporation’s new gambling site that had it shut down Thursday morning shortly after a much heralded launch. We find out now it was a privacy breach that was the cause of the shut down.

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  • 16 July 2010

    Legal Online Casinos in North America

    Looks like we finally have legal online casino gambling in North America, you just have to go to the northern part of North America to get it. British Columbia is looking at getting its piece of the close to $100 million that is being gambled on off shore websites by its residents. It is now the first official North American authority to offer legal online casino gambling. Thursday, B.C. residents can go to PlayNow.

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  • 07 July 2010

    After One Month, What Are The Effects OF UIGEA?

    Well folks, it’s a done deal. After several delays and a final campaign to reverse it, UIGEA (the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act) went into full effect on June 1st, 2010.

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  • 30 June 2010

    California Delays Gambling Bill

    State Senator Roderick Wright, Chairman of the Governmental Organization Committee, delayed a vote by his committee on his bill that will create a license and regulatory system for online gambling within the state of California. Instead of a vote on the bill, he decided to tell the committee about the progress of the bill and why California needs a bill to license and regulate online gambling. He stated that the bill needs more work.

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  • 29 June 2010

    ARJEL Approves Two More for Online Gambling

    The French Gaming regulator ARJEL this week has awarded two more licenses to operate online gambling sites in France. PartyGaming was given a license to operate their online poker and sports betting websites to French residents. PartyGaming will offer sports betting right away and when the issue with Malta is remedied, they will offer online poker. Earlier PartyGaming announced three deals that will allow them to benefit from a huge pool of players.

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  • 23 June 2010

    Online Poker Hearing Set for California

    “It would take money out of the state. We said this should be a game for Californians, run by Californians,” that’s what Morongo spokesman Patrick Dorinson told the Desert Sun about the upcoming hearing about legalising online poker in California. The Morongo band of Mission Indians are apart of the Tribal Alliance of Sovereign Indian Nations (TASIN) and they are opposed to SB 1485 that could legalise and tax intrastate online poker.

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  • 17 June 2010

    Virgin Group Setting Up New Game Site

    Feel like a little online wagering? Feel like doing it all in the United States? Relax… the chance is here. Virgin Gaming, is announcing on Tuesday, at the E3 video game industry show, that it will be offering video gamers online, a chance to go head to head against others players online and win large cash prizes. To get around the US laws against gambling, they have to make sure that they label their games and games of skill and not chance. That way, it is not gambling.

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  • 16 June 2010

    Atlantic City Casinos Reject Intrastate Online Gambling

    Everything was looking rosy for online gambling in New Jersey after the June 3 3-1 vote by the Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Committee to pass Senate bill S490 with very few amendments.Now, the very casinos that would most benefit from that very law, have announced through the Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ), their trade organization, that they do not want the bill to pass. CANJ represents all eleven Atlantic City casinos.

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  • 13 June 2010

    New Danish Gambling Law Goes Back To European Commission

    Due to complaints from land based gambling companies, the new Danish gambling law is headed back to the European Commission for further review.The complaint from the land based gambling companies is that the tax provisions of the new law are unfair.This comes following reports that Danske Spil, the former state online gambling monopoly, would have to abandon it’s online poker b2b deal with the world’s leading listed online gaming company, Party gaming.

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