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    The US has suffered a new setback in a four-year-old legal battle with Antigua and Barbuda over US restrictions on online gambling. 

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    Gambling group Ladbrokes has made a bid to buy Scandinavian online gaming firm, Sponsio, which has a presence in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. 

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    Two co-founders of the lucrative online gambling payment system NETeller will face a preliminary hearing in New York on February 14 to decide whether they will face formal charges. 

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    Spin3 the popular wireless casino system from Microgaming has launched GameWire MultiLink, an integrated package for its award-winning wireless casino system, GameWire. 

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    French authorities appear to be following the lead of their American counterparts with the announcement that a top online poker room is facing a ban on advertising. 

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    eCOGRA survey throws up some surprising results as report is unveiled at ICE 

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    International software designer and developer Playtech has announced that its fully owned land-based subsidiary, Videobet, has entered into a long-term licensing contract with leading Mexican casino operator, Entretenimiento De Mexico, (EMex). 

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    Casino advertisements on the giant search engine Google could be a thing of the past following a decision by Google HQ currently being reported in marketing media. 

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    Interactive gaming provider to supply games content for Parlay 

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    Shares in online gambling sites including PartyGaming and 888.com fell yesterday, following the news that the US Department of Justice is stepping up its investigation into the industry. 

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    A host of online card rooms will migrate from the Tain Poker Network to the iPoker/Playtech Network next month. 

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    Spin3, one of the leading wireless casino system providers announces new service option for its clients. 

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    Melissa Blau reports on how many online gaming companies have overlooked what is now considered the most powerful sector in the capital markets – the private equity industry. 

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    The company at the forefront of online payment solutions for the gaming industry has stopped allowing US players to use its services to transfer money to and from Internet gambling sites. 

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    St Minver, Europe’s largest online games network operator, yesterday announced the appointment of former Excapsa software president Jim Ryan as its new CEO. 

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    NetPlay TV has announced the purchase of the world's first online-only lottery. The company’s acquisition of the charity lottery, owned by Chariot plc, will include a database consisting of over 280,000 lottery players. 

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    After a dramatic week which has seen him tried, convicted but also to a degree, endorsed by the British legal system, the Gutshot Club’s Derek Kelly has come out fighting in declaring his intention to appeal against the guilty verdict delivered to hi

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    John Lefebvre, one of the two co-founders of NETeller who were apprehended on Monday, has been released on personal-recognisance bail for $5 million. 

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    News has emerged from the Gutshot Case that Derek Kelly has been charged by a London Court for breaching three sections of the Gaming Act of 1968. 

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    Bet2Go, the leading mobile phone sports betting service, has officially introduced itself to the iGaming world on the back of some impressive results in terms of company growth, which has seen it quickly become the UK’s leading mobile odds comparison

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