Players at certain online gambling websites licensed by the UK Gambling Commission now have a useful facility in the event of a dispute with an operator which they have been unable to resolve for themselves – a free dispute resolution service operated by the London-based independent standards organisation and testing agency eCOGRA.
South Korean gambling and lottery market is still expanding. For the ninth year in a row. But this year at a bit slower pace.
Mr Vialpando, the Chairman of the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel Tribe has called the California officials to ‘legalize online gaming, warning that failing to do so would be ‘counterproductive to consumer demand.”
It seems like Japan’s online gaming enthusiasts will need to wait untill the April’s elections to know whether they will be allowed to play or not. The country’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plans to wait until then before deciding whether to push the legislation that will allow casino gambling in Japan or not.
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.