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Gaming Industry News Weekly Recap – Stories You Might Have Missed

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Gaming Industry News Weekly Recap – Stories You Might Have MissedTHE AMERICAS

Becky interviewed several people about affiliates in a regulated American market; Sheldon Adelson finds new ally in fight against online gambling; Patti Hart’s plan for IGT seems to be taking shape; Libertarian institutions support New Jersey’s sports betting appeal to Supreme Court; Online Poker compact due for summer launch in Nevada & Delaware; Bill to offer international online gambling in New Jersey gets Senate nod; U.S. ICANN withdrawal upsets a lot of people; BetOnline suffers search penalty from Google; Optimal Payments strikes deal with Borgata to act as payment processor; Californian Indian Tribes keen to keep PokerStars out; Morgan Stanley cuts online gambling estimates in the US by 2017; Sheldon Adelson’s money gets anti-gambling bill to congress; Online Gambling prohibition bill Is no slam-dunk; New casino vetting process for high rollers being discussed; We have the perfect poker table.

EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST and AFRICA

Gala Interactive hits the Swedish market; UK Gambling trade bodies unite in bid to improve responsible gaming; Intralot signed a 10-Year Deal with Premier Lotteries Ireland; Zoltan Gal wins recording breaking Eureka Main Event in Vienna; Mike O’Donnell talks about Germany’s bad example of iGaming regulation and asks how can operators approach a POCT UK market; Russia drops the axe with massive blacklist of online gambling sites; Ladbrokes Digital completes Playtech switch; Boylesports and Dafabet in Irish Grand National and World Snooker sponsorship deals; Paddy Power wants you to bet on Copenhagen Zoo “dead animal” prop; Ladbrokes Refuse to Payout £1m Winning Bet After Teenage Ticket Blunder.

ASIA

Adelson angling for more land in Singapore and wants to expand Marina Bay Sands; Ghana ambassador fooled by gambling gang in Japan; Okada drops Century Properties as partner in the Philippines; and Becky goes over the golden opportunity for social gaming in Asia.

 

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