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Will Trump's attorney general roll back online gambling?
Steven Stradbrooke
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America's new socially conservative attorney general Jeff Sessions could roll back the 2011 Department of Justice opinion on online gambling. 1.Casino moguls lead Trump’s inaugural committee
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China cops formally arrest Crown resorts staff
Leonard Postrado
Hope for the release of the 17 employees of Crown Resorts has faded after Chinese authorities formally arrested them for alleged gambling-related crimes.
PokerStars CFO says Australian online poker players could be ‘blocked’ if new gambling legislation is passed
Lee Davy
Sebag told listeners on the Q3 Amaya earnings call, that Pokerstars would likely block Australians if parliament passes new online gambling legislation.
Macau clears Sands, MGM from smoking law breaches
Leonard Postrado
Macau government has let Macau-based casino operators Sands China and MGM China off the hook from alleged violations of the territory’s anti-smoking law.
Sarah Harrison: juggle regulation and innovation
Sarah Harrison of the UK Gambling Commission shares how governments could impose regulations without stifling gambling innovation.
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Brandon Vera returns to ONE Cage to defend heavyweight title
ONE Heavyweight World Champion Brandon “The Truth” Vera of San Diego, California is set to make his much-anticipated return to the ONE Championship.
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