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Tag: Online Casino

PokerStars Announces Global Launch of Sports Betting and Casino Games

PokerStars announces global launch of sports betting and casino games.

PokerStars Announces Casino Games and Sports Betting in Italy

PokerStars.it Country Manager Marco Trucco announces the imminent launch of casino games, slots, and a new sports-betting product.

New VAT Laws Could Cost Online Gaming Companies Tens of Millions

Online gaming operators will be subject to tens of millions of dollars per year in value-add tax (VAT) starting in 2015 as the European Union (EU) implements changes related to the tax on electronic services.

Online Gaming Revenues Increase by 19 Percent in Spain

Online gross gaming revenues increase to €62 million ($77.5 million) in the third quarter of 2014.

Full Tilt Unveils New "Cinematic" Ads Strategy

With two video clips named "The Bluff" and "The Call," Full Tilt completed the process started with the decision to not renew Gus Hansen and Viktor Blom's sponsorship contracts and embrace an all-new promotional strategy.

UK & Ireland PokerNews Round Up: Live Tournaments Galore

The UK & Ireland PokerNews Round-up takes a look at the biggest and most popular stories from the past seven days.

Amaya CEO Baazov "Very Pleased" with Performance of PokerStars and Full Tilt in 2014

Amaya Gaming CEO David Baazov says he's "very pleased with the performance of PokerStars and Full Tilt in 2014." Read the full report from the first half of the year.

Belgium Announces Plans to Open Two New Casinos

Belgium has announced plans to allow two new land-based casinos, increasing the number in the country from nine to 11.

Singapore Parliament Votes to Prohibit Online Gambling

Singapore's Parliament passed the Remote Gambling Bill on its second reading, potentially resulting in a complete prohibition of real-money online poker.

PokerStars Announces First-Ever European Poker Tour Festival in Malta

The first-ever Malta Poker Festival will run from March 18-28, 2015, and will include the GPI European Poker Awards.

Authorities Suspend Four Casino Gaming Licenses in Mexico City

Mexico's Interior Ministry has suspended the gaming licenses of four casinos in Mexico City.

Voting is Now Open for the 2014 British Poker Awards

The voting is now open for the 2014 British Poker Awards. Cast your vote before it's too late!

PokerStars Launches Online Casino Games in Spain

PokerStars has officially added casino games to its platform to "provide a safe, trusted and convenient way for them to be entertained."

Report: Full Tilt Poker No Longer Entering Italian Market

Amaya Gaming has decided not to bring Full Tilt Poker into Italy's online gambling market.

Ultimate Gaming Ceases Activity in New Jersey; Players To Withdraw Funds

Players are encouraged to withdraw funds after Ultimate Gaming's exit from the New Jersey gambling market.

Ultimate Gaming Announces Exit From New Jersey's Online Gambling Market

Ultimate Gaming says it will exit New Jersey's online gambling market after its casino partner, Trump Taj Mahal, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

Inside Gaming: Marking One Year of Real Money Online Poker at WSOP.com

Inside Gaming looks at WSOP.com's one-year anniversary offering real money online poker, other online news with Party Borgata, and the Trump Plaza closing.

Inside Gaming: Fifth Atlantic City Casino to Close; NJ Invites Sports Betting, PokerStars

Inside Gaming focuses on New Jersey where a fifth Atlantic City casino is to close, sports betting is being considered, and PokerStars may soon return.

CJEU Ruling in Denmark Could Cause Changes in European Gaming Laws

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) plans to issue a ruling on Sept. 26 on a Danish case that could have ripple effects throughout Europe.

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