A leading European gaming law expert believes that the door is far from shut on operators wishing to enter the French market despite the recent arrest of Unibet’s Petter Nylander and the Bwin situation earlier this year.
In America, the Interactive Media Entertainment and Gaming Association (iMEGA) has branded as ‘unconstitutional’ proposed legislation that would punish anyone found gambling online with a two-year prison term and a fine of $25,000.
Mobile turnkey solutions provider Spin3.com has announced the launch of OnCash, a system that allows land-based casinos to expand online and onto mobile casino mediums quickly and easily using existing processing and payment solutions.
In a long-running story that included stops at the Competition Commission, Liverpool-based soccer pools business Sportech has finally announced its purchase of rival Vernon Pools from parent company Ladbrokes.
According to a report by England’s Juniper Research organisation, the increasing deployment of multiple mobile payment technologies and the liberalisation of remote gambling legislation is expected to push total annual wagers on mobile telephones to
Online payment solution specialist NETELLER has announced that it is targeting alternative markets and making solid progress despite its third quarter results showing an operating loss of $146 million.
The Administrative Court of Appeal in the central German state of Hessen has this week overturned a ruling by a lower court that prohibited Austrian online casino group Bwin from offering its services to Germans.
The German media group RTL and London-listed online gambling group Party Gaming have announced an exclusive agreement that will see the launch of a new RTLpoker.de website with links to PartyPoker.net, Party’s free-to-play site.
According to a piece in the UK’s Guardian newspaper, a leading French politician has announced that his nation is not ready to drop key elements of rules limiting online gambling but may consider loosening the monopoly on horse racing.