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    Arizona Bay, the application design/implementation specialists, is the minds behind the recently improved usability of online e-wallet NETeller. Through the redesign of NETeller’s user interface and website design, Arizona Bay has markedly helped NET

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    The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is a prestigious annual award, which honours Canadian technology companies, based on percentage revenue growth over a five-year period. This is the only award specifically for technology companies in Canada. 

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    The Jockey Club in Hong Kong is turning to an economic model used by the UK in an attempt to increase the country’s horse racing industry’s revenue. The goal of the new plan is to double turnover, and increase the total to HK$137 billion. 

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    Three years ago the British population spent £7.3billion a year on gambling pursuits, last year they spent £29.6 billion. These figures do not include money spent on bingo, lottery tickets, gaming machines and in casinos. 

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    Betfair has announced it will be sponsoring the London Stock Exchange Cricket Club, because the stock exchange was the model on which the betting exchange was based. 

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    Communications Minister Daryl Williams made the announcement that the government would be neither regulating nor restricting access to online betting exchanges. 

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    The company should raise £54.6million through the placement on the market, which would allow the company to consider expanding via acquisitions of other companies. 

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    the Minardi Team’s new sponsor, GoldenPalace.com flew in the flamboyant superstar to cheer them on at last weekend’s British Grand Prix. 

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    the multi-million pound, three-year sponsorship deal with English Premiership football club, Middlesborough will see the Carling Cup Champions sporting the 888.com logo on their shirts... 

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    Tuesday night kicked off the first of the iGaming Business monthly Socials hosted by iGaming Business magazine & Lyceum Media 

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    Ray Sabbatini, a man stricken with Multiple Sclerosis, will realize a long cherished dream this week when he participates in the world famous ‘Running of the Bulls’ at the Feast of San Fermin festival, Pamplona, Spain. 

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    Despite pressure being applied by State governments, the Federal government of Australia is not expected to recommend any changes to current laws regarding internet gambling






     

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    Virgin is pairing up with technology company WagerWorks to enter a new product into the online gambling market. The new undertaking will be led by Simon Burridge and Oscar Nieboer 

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    The notorious streaker, who bypassed security to jig onto the field at this year’s Super Bowl with little but GoldenPalace.com emblazoned on his torso, was found guilty of ‘misdemeanour trespassing’ by an all female jury and fined $1,000. 

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    In a sharp contrast to recent speculation that the Australian government would take a hard stance against foreign betting exchanges, gambling industry sources have told The Australian newspaper that Prime Minister, John Howard, will make no changes t

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    The results released show a very strong and profitable quarter with gains in revenue and profit being made across all aspects of the business 

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    Wilux Minardi Cosworth announces the signing of online casino GoldenPalace.com to become a commercial partner of the Faenza team for the remainder of the 2004 Formula One World Championship season 

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    Since the market has become more sophisticated, online casinos, such as VIPCasino.com, have had to become more stringent on their bonusing policies 

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    Software expert WagerLogic has released its eagerly anticipated Bonus Pack 4, adding eleven new video slots to their award-winning suite of games 

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    Thai police have ordered local ISPs to block access to UK-based betting websites 

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