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    This week the Diary wonders if PokerStars founders will talk to New Jersey's regulators in person, when will pan-European happen in regulated markets, Hills 're-rebranding' in Oz and the best of Halloween one liners. 

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    Ruth Parasol and Russ de Leon, two of the four historic founders of PartyPoker before it became part of the bwin party entity in 2011, have decided to sell the remaining 7.16% shareholding they hold in bwin party as the company applies for an igam

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    The International Social Games Association (ISGA) global industry body for social games has launched a set of best practice principles for the industry and has commissioned new research into the evolution, use and impact of social games.

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    Social gaming company Zynga has reported revenue of $203 million (€150.4 million) for the third quarter of 2013, a 36% drop on the figures posted for the same period last year and a 12% decrease on the second quarter of 2013.

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    The iGB Diary this week goes with the ghoulish and garish and invites you to its fantasy Halloween igaming bash.     

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    The drop in online poker revenues across France and Europe is mainly an issue of liquidity, Jean-François Vilotte, president of ARJEL, has told iGamingBusiness.

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    Mobile gambling company Probability has appointed Michael Byrne to the newly created role of chief commercial officer.

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    Land-based casino operator Golden Nugget has appointed Warren Steven as online product director for New Jersey following the news that is has been granted an internet gambling licence in the US state.

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    Gaming industry marketing, PR and VIP hospitality agency GameOn Marketing has announced the appointment of Lisa Bristow to its board of directors.

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    Justin Waldron, the co-founder of Zynga, is to step down from the company after a six-and-a-half years at the social gaming services provider.

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    The iGB Diary this week: going transalpine with Bet365, Skybet likes, a new name for a US igaming bill, shake your thang and our suggestions for ICE Sensational.  

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    Pala Interactive has selected GeoComply USA as its geolocation solution provider for the regulated US market.

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    Social games developer and operator Rekoo is to become the first major Chinese company to open an office in the UK's London-based technology cluster, Tech City.

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    Payment solutions company Pay Corporation (PayCorp), part of Boxhill Technologies, has agreed a deal with customer relationship management software business Bright Office to extend the latter's reach outside the gaming and lottery sectors.

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    Binary options trading platform provider Tradologic has appointed international gaming and betting consultancy KMi Gaming to help maximise its industry presence in the UK, Ireland and wider European region.

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    Gaming industry events organiser Clarion Events and the umbrella organisation for the UK's 33 racecourses, Racecourse Media Group (RMG), have both announced directorial appointments.

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    French regulator ARJEL has announced a restructure of its organisation to evolve with the French igaming market.

     

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    Greek gambling monopoly OPAP has announced a number of new appointments following the resignation of several members from its board of directors.

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    British fundraising firm The Weather Lottery has been renamed Boxhill Technologies following the acquisitions of payments software and processing business Poseve and Sormelle.

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    EIG was full of the usual corporate speak, included a few nuggets and US execs getting fully into igaming (a good thing).

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