Tag Archives: Isle of Man
- eSportsPools secures world’s first licence for virtual goods betting
August 11, 2017
Specialist eSports fantasy league and betting site eSportsPools (ESP.bet) has announced it has secured the first licence in the world to specifically cover gambling with virtual goods. The eSports fantasy leagues, sports betting and casino offerings of ESP.bet are now licensed by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC),...
- PokerStars opens second office in the Isle of Man
June 1, 2017
World’s biggest online poker site grows local staffing as it expands into online casino and sports betting ONCHAN, Isle of Man – June 1, 2017 – The world’s biggest and most popular online poker site PokerStars, an Amaya Inc. (Nasdaq: AYA; TSX: AYA) brand, has opened a brand new office...
- Isle of Man inches closer to new casino regulations
May 8, 2017
A bill seeking to amend the existing casino regulations in the Isle of Man has made an important progress at the House of Keys. Members of the House of Keys (MHK) gave the green light to the proposed Casino Amendment Bill last week, when it had been considered at a...
- Microgaming’s Gift of Giving presents four charities with donations
January 31, 2017
ISLE OF MAN – Microgaming, through its PlayItForward initiative, has donated £30,000 between four global charities. Gift of Giving provides Microgaming’s customers the opportunity to vote for one of several charities in their region. In lieu of Christmas gifts, £30,000 is split equally between four global regions: Isle of Man,...
- Isle of Man proposes letting online gambling licensees accept Bitcoin deposits
May 3, 2016
The Isle of Man has proposed allowing its online gambling licensees – including Amaya Gaming’s PokerStars brand – to accept virtual currencies like Bitcoin as part of their menu of deposit options. On April 20, the Isle of Man’s Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC) released a document detailing a number of...
- Punters protest 12bet, 138.com, Fun88, TLCbet’s Cheltenham bonus abuse claims
April 3, 2016
The Isle of Man-based parent company of online gambling operators 12bet, 138.com, Fun88 and TLCBet is denying that the sites have unjustly closed accounts and refused to pay winning wagers on this year’s Cheltenham racing festival. On Friday, angry customers of the aforementioned sites reported receiving emails saying their accounts...
SunCity Group restructuring Philippine online gambling ops?
February 27, 2017
PokerStars opens second office in the Isle of Man
June 1, 2017