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    BetConstruct has entered into a tribal-focused partnership with Atlantis Gaming Corporation (AGC).

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    PokerStars is set to be banned from California for a further five years beyond the legalisation of online poker under an amended bill that could be voted on as soon as next week.

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    A vote on the introduction of casino gambling in the US state of Nebraska will not take place this year after it failed to make November’s ballot.

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    Tribal gambling revenues in Arizona have fallen for the second consecutive quarter, according to figures released by the US state’s Department of Gaming.

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    MGM Resorts International is continuing to pursue all options in its bid to prevent the development of a tribal casino project in Connecticut close to its planned $950 million (€856.7 million) Massachusetts resort.

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    Gaming technologies provider ReSpin has secured approval for its ‘Rapid Games’ class II mobile solutions product.

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    Payment services provider Secure Trading has signed a strategic partnership with technology firm OTP, through which it hopes to gain a foothold in the US tribal gaming market.

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    Native American tribe, the IIpay Nation of Santa Ysabela, has defied Californian internet gambling law by launching its own real-money online gaming website in the US state.

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    The Santa Ysabel Tribal Development Corporation has announced that it will launch its real-money online poker service in the US state of California next week, according to various reports.

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    The California Nations Indian Gaming Association (CNIGA) has confirmed that the United Auburn Indian Community (UAIC) has joined the association.

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    The Lac du Flambeau Tribal Council has become the first Native American Tribe in the US state of Wisconsin to ratify a treaty presented by the Tribal Internet Gaming Alliance (TIGA) organisation.

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    North Americans spent $2.88 billion (€2.19 billion) on gaming software in the second quarter of 2013, according to research firm NPD Group’s quarterly Games Market Dynamics report for the US.