Talarius, who are owners of the Quicksilver gaming centre chain and Cyberslotz.co.uk have announced the departure of Lee Brydon as their Gaming Support Director. Brydon is now seeking a new role within the industry after he declared he wanted new cha
A report from the Sunday Times newspaper has suggested that private-equity firm Duke Street Capital have tabled an offer for Rank's Mecca bingo operation, a deal which seems to have been greeted tepidly.
Coral and Ladbrokes have broken ranks with fellow operators William Hill and BetFred and signed five-year contracts with Amalgamated Racing to utilise its Turf TV service in their betting office estates.
Harrah's Entertainment have said there will be no major changes to the annual World Series of Poker tournament despite its imminent sale to Texas Pacific Group Capital and Apollo Management LP for $17.5bn.
'The Prevention of Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism' is a new regulatory document published by the UK Gambling Commission designed to assist remote and non-remote casinos comply with the latest legislation.
Following reports from news agency VNA, the Vietnamese Government are considering legalising gambling. The issue is one which has been discussed for years in the country, and proposals are being tabled by two of the Governmental Ministries.
Legal partnership Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro (HBSS) has announced that it has filed a lawsuit in California Superior Court against Google and Yahoo! along with several other popular websites for damages. The action relates to the search engines runn
The British broadsheet newspaper The Guardian has reported that online casino Totesport.com will switch its licensing from Curacao to the offshore tax haven of Alderney, rather than a mainland UK site as hoped by the British government.
The Remote Gambling Association, which represents some of the largest European online gambling companies, has filed a formal complaint against the US for claims of discrimination and violations of international trade law.