Gambling News

  • 04 January 2010

    Delaware Casinos Resist Further Competition

    The gaming industry and the State of Delaware are finding themselves at a crossroads in today’s downturn economy.  The State of Delaware has three operating casinos. In today’s economy, they are finding it extremely difficult to maintain their revenue income.The State of Delaware, likewise, is also trying to beef up its flagging revenues. With the slippage of revenue income from the three casinos, the state is looking to increase the number of operating casinos in the state.

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  • 02 January 2010

    USA Players Lose Another One

    The year 2009 saw many examples of Uncle Sam flexing his anti-online gambling muscles. It saw the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) poised to come into full effect, as well as many crackdowns and prosecutions of varying kinds.With all this evil attention given to the gaming community, it is no wonder that the year 2009 saw many gambling centers and casinos pull from the U.S. market. One of the biggest, Golden Casino, pulled out of the U.S. market near the end of 2009.

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  • 31 December 2009

    Win A Day Has a New Slots

    If you love to shop then you will love this one! It is time to go shopping!!! LONDON, England — (PRESS RELEASE) — In the midst of the biggest shopping season of the year, Win A Day Casino has launched a new slot machine dedicated to the dedicated shopper. The new Reel De Luxe is a 5 reel, 25 payline slot machine with a luxurious shopping theme, wild symbols, 2 special bonus features and a bonus game.

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  • 29 December 2009

    Confused Kentucky Rakes in Millions on Lottery Win!

    It looks like there were three lucky winners in the Power ball Lottery drawing Saturday night. A single ticket for the grand prize of $128.6 million was sold in Georgetown, Kentucky. The person who bought the winning ticket is obviously one lucky winner.Winner number two is the Federal Government. If the winner collects the winnings all in one lump sum, it would be around $60 million. Federal taxes would take away around $15 million, or roughtly25 percent.

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  • 25 December 2009

    Network Issues with Interactive Playnet and YouGot Bingo

    Attention!! Attention!! All of you players who are signed up at bingo sites such as Churchill Bingo, Bingo Boat, and Bulldog Bingo. Oh the news that has come to light in the last few day concerning Interactive PlayNet and YouGotBingo networks. A few days ago, Interactive PlayNet, the software provider for the YouGotBingo network, went belly up. An email has indicated that there is another party interested, but it is merely speculation as to who that party is.

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  • 23 December 2009

    Betsson Forced to Close Betting Shop by Court Ruling

    Betsson, after 1.5 years of operation, has been ordered to shut down operations as the result of a ruling by the Swedish Administrative Court of Appeals on December 7th.  Betsson faces fines of €250,000 if the operation is not shut down. As a result, Betsson will close up shop on the 22nd of December at 11:00 AM. The courts ruling implies that Betsson will be fined whether they appeal or not.

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  • 21 December 2009

    BillyCubed Casino Closed Doors

    That is it folks, no warning, no anything just closed the doors! This is a Quote from Billy Himself! “I did choose to close CasinoCubed due to a combination of issues, my personal health problems being a dominant one in being able to keep my team focused on delivering a superior service. But of course timing, results, budgets, etc all played a part. Players with balances have all been notified and we’re now sorting out affiliates as well.

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  • 21 December 2009

    Uncertainty for Casinos Future in Macau

    Macau, China, the Las Vegas of the Far East, is looking at a very uncertain future. Fernando Chui took over the office of Macau Chief Executive today. And his orders from China are to rein in growth spurts and to come up with other ways to maintain economic expansion other than casino gambling. This comes on the heels of efforts by the Chinese government to rein in the economic boom brought about in the gambling arena.

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  • 18 December 2009

    Update on Grand Prive Investigation

    Here is what is happening with the investigation. 17 December 2009 – The audit team continues to receive and assess claims in connection with the the above and the investigation is on track.

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  • 17 December 2009

    Motion to Amend Internet Gambling Complaint by Kentucky

    The Kentucky internet gambling case just keeps getting weirder by the day. On Wednesday, Kentucky Commonwealth attorneys filed a motion to add parties to its original complaint, which the Kentucky State Supreme Court heard in October. A hearing is now scheduled for January 20th before Judge Thomas Wingate, the circuit court magistrate who heard the original case in 2008.

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