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32Red spreading its wings

32Red, the Gibraltar-based gambling operator, is now planning to expand internationally following their criticism of the planned point of consumption tax that’s recently been laid out by the UK government. The...

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Netherlands embraces online gambling

After years of uncertainty, the Netherlands is now set to open up its online gambling market to non-governmental competitors in 2015, according to draft legislation which was released last week. At...

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PartyCasino easing out of Europe

The operators of Party Casino are planning to cut costs across their European markets, while keeping an eye on potential openings in the U.S. According to Reuters, BwinParty plans to save...

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Majorca on course for second casino

If you’re planning on visiting the Spanish island of Majorca, you could well be in for a pleasant surprise, if you’re intending on doing a bit of gambling during your...

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Italy Embraces HoGaming’s Live Casinos

Having previously concentrated their efforts in Asia, Ho Gaming are now expanding into Europe and have been approved by the Italian AAMS, Amministrazione Autonoma Monopoli di Stato, as an online...

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Silver Lining for Cypriot Casino Players

As part of the plan to get the economy back on track the President of Cyprus is discussing lifting the ban on casinos, which although would delight everyone who enjoys...

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Spain Soon to Decide on Online Slots

Spanish Regulator DGOJ have announced that they will make a decision on whether or not they will be legalising and regulated online slots within the .es by 22nd April. This leaves...

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Spain Say ‘Hola’ to 888’s Live Dealers

Live casino games have finally reached Spain as 888 become the first online casino to offer live roulette in the European country. The live dealer service is being provided by Evolution...

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Euro-Vegas Dream Becomes a Reality

After many years of complicated negotiations, and a lot of controversy, it has been announced that funds are in place to build the biggest casino and conference complex in Europe. The...

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Mr Green is Five Time Award Winner

Mr Green has been named the best online casino by InternetWorld Magazine for the fifth year in a row. The awards were presented in Stockholm and are designed to recognise the...

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bwin.party go Back to Belgium

The Belgian online gambling market will see the return of bwin.party, following a resolution to the brand’s regulatory dispute in the country. In recent weeks, bwin.party has been involved in ongoing...

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William Hill’s Big Greek Withdrawal

Online casino operator and bookmaker William Hill’s withdrawal from Greece will see it lose out on an expected profit of £4-5 million per year. The company’s operations in the Greek market...

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Italians Granted a Decade of Mobile Gambling

Mobile gaming operator Probability has been granted a ten-year licence allowing it to deliver remote gambling services to Italian residents. The licence covers what Probability says is one of the continent’s...

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bwin.party Fights Back After Belgian Bust Up

bwin.party Digital Entertainment have defended their Belgian operations after their co-CEO was taken in for police questioning this week. Norbert Teufelberger appeared before Belgian authorities on Tuesday following his appearance at...

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Education and Employment Key to Problem Gambling Prevention

The educated and employed are potentially less likely to develop gambling problems than more vulnerable groups, according to a Danish study. In a five-year survey conducted between 2005 and 2010, Ola...

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Betfair Says ‘Nein’ to Germany

Betfair has announced that it has decided to withdraw its sports betting exchange product from the German market. This is as a result of the 5% tax introduced in July on...

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