Gambling

UK Gambling Commission publishes statistics on participation in remote gambling

The UK Gambling Commission recently published the first of a new statistical series which will provide a snapshot of participation in remote gambling, including online gambling, in Britain

French closing in on Internet gambling

Mr. Anderson is expected to attend a meeting on March 13 to put the company’s case. Industry insiders were concerned to see inquiries extending beyond sports betting – which 888 does not offer – to online poker or casino games.

Fat Man must settle £2 million gambling debt

One of the world’s most prolific gamblers, known in casinos as “the Fat Man”, was ordered by a judge yesterday to settle a £2 million gambling debt with Aspinalls in Mayfair London.

South Africa set to legalise and regulate online gambling

Interested parties have just four days to respond to the South African Department of Trade and Industry invitation for public comment on its draft National Gambling Amendment Bill.

Russia Bans Online Gambling

On Wednesday 7th February, Russian MPs passed a law that will effectively drive casinos and slot machines out of Moscow and other major cities.

Online Gambling continues in US – but will it last?

The UIGEA law prohibiting US financial institutions from processing payments to online gambling sites hasn’t stopped residents of the US from visiting betting sites, since the law was signed by congress, according to cyber security vendor Scansafe Ltd, a web-blocking service to large businesses, who examine 6 billion Web requests a month.

Antigua and Barbuda may join forces with EU against US Gambling Enforcement Act

The European Union’s labeling of the US’s Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act as ‘protectionist’ has garnered support from Antigua and Barbuda gaming officials.

UK – Gambling advertisements and the impact on

The UK Gambling Commission this week released its consultation document on gambling advertisements and the impact on responsible gaming.

Banks issued subpoenas by US Department of Justice

A report in this week’s Sunday Times Online claims the US Department of Justice has ordered the world’s biggest investment banks, accountants and law firms to hand over all e-mails, telephone records and papers connected with internet gaming firms as part of an investigation into illegal online gambling in America.

Neteller – US market withdrawal

18 January 2007 – NETELLER Plc (LSE: NLR), the leading independent online money transfer business, today issued the following update regarding its position in the US market in the light of the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act of 2006 (the “Act” or “UIGEA”) and the Act’s associated anticipated regulations.

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