Crown Resorts' Melbourne casino to face royal commission in Victoria while yet another director quits following Bergin report.
Tea Party vote for Christie will doom online gaming’s US chances
Tea Party Patriots pick Gov. Chris Christie - who neglected to pursue NJ's attempt to overturn federal sports betting law - for US president in 2012.
French gaming licensees say regulations are cheating customers
French licensees at Monaco's iGaming Exchanges say France's newly regulated market restrictions cheat customers and make profits hard to come by.
UK advertising watchdog to take closer look at online marketing
On March 1, 2011, the UK's Advertising Standards Authority will get new powers allowing it to monitor a wider range of online marketing tools.
Two casinos, two gamblers, $115M losses
Two nameless high-rolling gamblers at Singapore's two casinos are said to have lost a combined $115M US in recent visits.
French gaming market three-quarters smaller than before regulation
Head of French regulator ARJEL admits that since regulation took effect in June, the country's gaming market has shrunk to 1/4 of its former size.
Full Tilt beta testing Rush Poker Mobile for Android-based phones
Full Tilt sends out emails inviting Black Card holders to beta test its Rush Poker Mobile app on their Android-based phones.
Is this Help Wanted ad really that controversial?
Bodog Brand ad for a Managing Director at its Asian licensee Bodog88 causes controversy when Financial Times initially balks at running it.
James Wade wins 2010 Bodog.com World Grand Prix
James Wade wins the 2010 Bodog.com World Grand Prix darts tourney, the latest of Bodog Europe's forays into sponsoring high-profile sporting events.