The Daily Mail’s Internet gambling website, MailBingo.com, has come under fire from church groups and gaming firms alike for allegedly neglecting to offer advice to vulnerable gamblers and using youngsters as a vehicle to promote games.
The US politician behind a proposed bill that would repeal the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) has called for Americans to contact their local representatives and ask that they support his measures.
At its recent Heads Of Government conference in Barbados, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) economic bloc has expressed its appreciation and pledged its support for the efforts of American Congressman Barney Frank.
NETELLER Plc, the independent global online payments business, has issued an official statement declaring that the company is using its best efforts to resolve its investigation by the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New
Isle of Man based B4Playing, a company that supplies filtered real time data from hundreds of online gaming operators, has announced that it has partnered up with Domicilium to provide its web hosting services as well as to facilitate its servers.
A study conducted by a Harvard medical school, using statistics from leading Austrian online gaming company Bwin, has revealed that high-stakes female gamblers who bet over the Internet win more frequently than men.
A Canadian man who helped create NETeller, a company that processed online gambling transactions, has pleaded guilty to US federal conspiracy charges just weeks after the company’s other co-founder entered a guilty plea of his own.
France's top court has added to pressure from the European Commission for an end to the State’s monopoly by overturning a decision that banned a Maltese company from offering online betting on horse races in the nation.
Online gaming software manufacturer Playtech Ltd has announced a licensing agreement with Mansion Ltd that will see it provide its downloadable casino portfolio of over 90 games and integrate its back-end with the Gibraltar-based online entertainment
Online gaming service provider Inside Gaming Ltd has announced a successful switch to software from Playtech, the world’s largest publicly traded online gaming software supplier, for its online casino, poker, bingo and mobile products.