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Tim Heath will talk about the current state of the Bitcoin-casino market, directions of its development, new opportunities by Bitcoin.

Ladbrokes has cancelled its agreement with US affiliates

Deals between Endemol and Evolution, Mahjong Logic and Betmotion; SIS and Admiral Sportwetten; Channel 4 racing's new betting partners;

Ladbrokes are eagerly awaiting the launch of their sportsbook as their profits continue to grow slowly

In gaming news, Sportingbet confirmed that its board has rejected a joint £350m takeover bid from UK bookmaker WIlliam Hill and Gaming VC.

Tiger Woods has cost the bookies a large amount after conceding his final putt to hand Europe a victory

Ladbrokes have appointed a new trading director; Betclic Everest to move into new markets; Kombispel

Vince Martin shares his optimistic projections for the online poker market, and the profit potential for publicly traded iGaming companies.

In sports news, Americans have almost alienated themselves by paying little attention to sports which the rest of the world focus on.

New ad campaigns for PokerStars, BetVictor and Ladbrokes aim to tickle viewers' funny bones while selling the gambling message.

The Olympics turned up great business for numerous sports books in the UK

William Hill and Ladbrokes report £12.5 billion wagers on FOBTs in the first half of 2012.

Ladbrokes posts increase in H1 profit, largely on retail strength, while digital woes prompt executive shuffle;

Richard Ames has been let go by Ladbrokes as they look to try and remedy their online strategy

A UFO sighting at 1000/1? Boris Johnson lighting his hair on fire at 30/1? Yes, the Olympics is fast approaching

Ladbrokes teams to bring live odds to ITV Sport website; Paddy Power's head of operations William Reeves goes on Undercover Boss

888 Holdings think expectations will be exceeded; Betfair expect increase in political betting; Android app released

Ladbrokes has signed a deal to sponsor Espanyol; Worldlink are Sunderland's betting partner; Perform purchasing Turkish company