Daily news

  • daily_news

    Xi Guohua of the Ministry of Information said this week that it will seek to combat domestic and oversees gaming websites by ‘enhancing administration, monitoring the Internet and tightening related approval and filing procedures’. 

  • daily_news

    The Observer newspaper has discovered that the UK government intends to significantly increase duty on betting exchanges. The revelation came from an ‘unnamed official’ the newspaper said. 

  • daily_news

    The National Audit Office has produced a report, warning that UK Customs & Excise needs to do more to address remote gambling operations, which it identifies as a ‘risk to revenue’. 

  • daily_news

    Early this January the gaming expo, SAGSE-Central America that will be celebrated in Panama city on May 26 and 27 had reached 90 percent of occupation. 

  • daily_news

    William Hill has coped robustly with a string of unfavorable results and posted a 20 per cent increase in profitability this week, an outcome the company attributes to the rise in fixed-odds betting terminals. 

  • daily_news

    Boss Media have announced they have finalized signed a deal with UK gaming company, Sportech Plc to provide a casino and poker platform for Sportech’s Littlewood’s Bet Direct Internet Gaming site. 

  • daily_news

    Menzies Corporate, administrators of collapsed betting exchange Sporting Options, have published their report today, revealing the full extent of the firm’s failure. 

  • daily_news

    According to Bloomberg, the United States has, as expected, today appealed against the World Trade Organization’s ruling that its stance towards online gaming violates global trade agreements. 

  • daily_news

    Consulting firm MECN has launched a new database which will aid investment in the gambling industry in response to a report published last year. 

  • daily_news

    The Isle of Man has officially announced that it will not impose restrictions on companies within its jurisdiction on accepting bets from US citizens. 

  • daily_news

    Multi-platform Technology Company, Zone4Play has announced that its new advanced Cross Platform Back Office solution, ZoneMAS has gone on the market. 

  • daily_news

    State gambling operators profits in the future will increasingly come from investments outside their core business, says a new report by industry consultancy firm MECN. 

  • daily_news

    Betfair and the English Rugby Football league have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in order to safeguard the ‘continued integrity of Rugby league the area of sports betting’. 

  • daily_news

    UBA Technology, a software development company, has commenced marketing its proprietary Betting Exchange and Poker software, through its UBetAnything.com subsidiary, to qualified gaming industry licensees. 

  • daily_news

    The interactive TV and mobile services specialist, Two Way TV and interactive gaming solutions specialist Zone4Play are set to launch two fixed odds interactive TV services across the UK. 

  • daily_news

    The Times has revealed that a leaked government report will rule in favour of bookmakers and the controversial fixed-odds betting terminals. 

  • daily_news

    Wireless technology company Terraplay Systems has signed an agreement with Endemol owned company Overloaded, to provide a real-time, multi-player wireless gaming platform. 

  • daily_news

    Chris Scherf, VP of the US Thoroughbred Racing Association has called on the organisation to draw up a plan to create an industry-owned betting exchange, adding that there is ‘no time to dawdle’. 

  • daily_news

    Consultancy firm MECN has released a report this week that emphasises the importance of educating the public about the iGaming industry in order to improve investor relations. 

  • daily_news

    Office pools are always popular this time of year. Not only do they offer a good rate of return on your stake, they liven up office life, encourage a bit of good-natured debate and competition between co-workers and build up a good team spirit in the

Pages