A UK law firm specialising in licensing law, has revealed this week that it has been working closely with the Cypriot government to help create a new legislative framework, which could result in Cyprus become a fully fledged liberal licensing jurisdi
In what can perhaps be seen as the biggest indication yet that iGaming is being embraced by the UK mainstream, Channel 4 has announced that it is seeking to launch an online and wireless betting service
The world’s leading betting exchange now has its own horse. The four-year-old colt, named Say What You See, has been purchased from John Hills' yard in Lambourn and is beginning his training as a hurdler this week.
The Hilton Group has reported record six-month profits today, thanks partly to the gradual recovery of the tourist trade and its 400 hotels, but more significantly to the robust health of betting chain, Ladbrokes.
CasinoCityTimes.com has today filed a complaint against the US Department of Justice, which argues that its prohibition of gambling advertising is a violation of free speech and in direct opposition to the First Amendment of the US Constitution.
A new report, which can be read in full at www.mecn.net, predicts that the EU political landscape with regard to state-licensed gambling monopolies, will be forced to dramatically alter in the future...
Members and suppliers of the iGaming industry will be able to enjoy another networking social in an informal atmosphere with iGaming Business magazine and Lyceum Media at their monthly industry gathering.
Following the report by children’s charity NCH, exposing flaws in the system that could potentially allow children to gamble online, Carmen Media has promptly announced that it is suspending the Solo Debit method of payment.
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