Crown Resorts' Melbourne casino to face royal commission in Victoria while yet another director quits following Bergin report.
China anti-vulgarity gaming laws go into effect Sunday
Chinese anti-vulgarity gaming laws take effect on Sunday, with harsh penalties for game operators who fail to comply.
America’s credit unions turning cartwheels at thought of legal online gambling
America's credit unions ecstatic at the possibility of legal online gambling - would relieve them of the heavy compliance burden imposed by the UIGEA.
UK punters ditching bet shops for online, horse racing for football
Change is in the air for UK betting firms, as punters shun bet shops for online, choose football over ponies, and in-running over pre-match bets.
Betfair enlists Bodog Europe to help find potential IT recruits
Betfair issues call for IT recruits remarkably similar to that issued by Bodog Europe's A.J. Thompson just a few weeks back.
FBI seeks increased ability to monitor email without warrant
White House asks lawmakers to authorize clarification of FBI powers to monitor email and other private online communications without judge's warrant.
Sands China rethinking policy of direct marketing to Macau fat cats
With former CEO Steve Jacobs gone, Sands China rethinking its policy of shunning junket operators in favor of direct marketing to high rollers.
Zimbabwe accuses top footie exec of match fixing
Zimbabwe's top football official is suspended after allegations of match fixing arising from the national team's tour of Asia in 2009.
PokerStars claims immunity from Frank bill amendments
PokerStars cheers passing of HR2267 internet gambling bill, yet claims amendment barring firms who took US customers post-UIGEA doesn't apply to them.