In America, support for House of Representatives (HR) Bill 2046, also known as the Internet Gambling Regulation and Enforcement Act (IGREA) 2007, has grown this week with five more Congressman voicing their support and agreeing to sponsor the legisla
Troubled Isle of Man e-wallet NETeller, has announced that it has entered into a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) with the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York (USAO).
Gaming testing laboratories Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) Inc and GLI Europe have announced that they have become the first test labs to be provisionally approved by the UK Gambling Commission.
The online transaction firm responsible for EcoCard Ltd appears to have announced its intention of withdrawing its services from the online casino market following the guilty plea entered by the co-founders of Canadian firm NETeller last week.
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.
The world’s most popular slot machine web site has just launched an Online Slot Machine Player Survey to find out what’s on the minds of online slots players. One lucky survey respondent will win $500 in an optional draw at the end of the questionnai
Poker players at the recent PlayersOnly WSOP party in Las Vegas loved the new video-rich site unveiled at the event. Casino, poker & sportsbetting video lobbies and animated service staff create the most realistic – and sexually charged – online casi
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.
The Asian Poker Classic (APC) was the richest poker tournament ever staged in India when it was held for the very first time, in Goa, in March this year. Now it has been confirmed that the event will return to Goa in March 2008 – venue to be named.