Last Thursday, an independent examiner was appointed by a judge to investigate all the financial transactions done by the operating unit of Caesars Entertainment Corp., which filed for Chapter 11 this year.
Ashford, a Democratic Party representative, becomes the 14th person to pledge his support to the anti-online gaming bill. The bill itself is backed by the famous Las Vegas mogul – Sheldon Adelson.
SBTech, an online gaming software provider, with its head office in Gibraltar, has been recently granted a remote license by the UK Gambling Commission.
On the 16th of April, a hearing on Internet gambling will be performed by the Pennsylvania House Gaming Oversight Committee. For this hearing another bill has been presented for consideration by Rep. Nick Miccarelli in the form of HB695.
New Betting Bill was sent to the Irish President Michael Higgins to be signed. Companies operating in the i-gaming sector have to make their preparations as the act is set to be implemented later this year.
“I see 2015 as being a big step for APEX and I firmly believe that the iDROP is going to remain the brightest star for us.” said Max Pessnegger, CEO, in an interview with CasinoNews.Today. He spoke about his company’s new products, impressions concerning ICE and plans for 2015.
GUTS.COM won’t be available for the German punters as a result of recent verdict fining a player for using a foreign online gaming website.
Britain’s gambling industry can do much more to make gambling safe. That’s the main message from the Gambling Commission as it introduces new rules to protect players, young people and others who are at risk of gambling-related harm.