Members of the US National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) will be meeting for their annual debate in Las Vegas this month, and among the host of controversial topics up for discussion is an analysis of the effects of the Unlawful I
PacificNet, a Chinese mobile game developer and service provider, has announced that its revenues for the first quarter (Q1) of fiscal year 2007 have plummeted 57 percent due to reduced income from its discontinued operations.
The European Free Trade Association court has decreed that Norway may be in infringement of European internal-market rules by blocking UK bookmaker and online casino operator Ladbrokes from establishing gambling services in the country.
A new law proposed by conservative Israeli politician Amnon Cohen could see Internet Service Providers (ISPs) solely responsible for blocking children from accessing adult content websites, including online gambling sites.
Former CryptoLogic general counsel John Fitzgerald has been unveiled as the new chief executive of the Interactive Gaming Council (IGC). The IGC works to promote high standards of professional regulation in the online gaming industry.
eCOGRA’s Fair Gaming Advocate (FGA) has published its latest dispute statistics showing that 54 percent of disputes over the period between January and April this year, were settled in favour of the player.
Virgin Games has announced the extension of its already bulging online gaming branding with the launch of Virgin Bets, in association with Betfair to offer novelty wagers alongside standard sportsbetting.
A new survey, published by online gaming group St Minver, has revealed that 63% of bingo players, who are also smokers, would spend an increased amount of time playing Internet Bingo when the smoking ban comes into force on July 1.