online gaming

Curacao updates e-gaming regulations

The Curacao Internet Gaming Association (CIGA) is pleased to announce that Curacao – the oldest and one of the largest remote gaming jurisdictions – is in the process of updating its e-gaming regulations and legislation.

Founder of Betonsports arrested

On Wednesday 28th March, the founder of London-based gaming website Betonsports, Stephen Kaplan was arrested in the Dominican Republic and sent to the US to answer criminal charges, US officials have said.

NETELLER Announces Service Changes to Canadian and Turkish Market

A press release on the NETELLER Plc Group website on 26th March announced several significant changes to its services in a number of markets.

French court fines Partouche 40,000 Euros

A court in the Paris suburb of Nanterre, France has handed Patrick Partouche, the chairman of French Groupe Partouche, a 12-month suspended prison sentence and a 40,000 Euro.

Gaming shares up amid hopes and rumours

Shares in online gaming companies jumped in recent days after a spokesperson for the powerful Democratic lawmaker Barney Frank, Democratic Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, said that Barney Frank is currently working on legislation to repeal the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act

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