Report says online casinos in Antigua and Barbuda are regulated sufficiently
The online casino industry in Antigua and Barbuda was given a boost yesterday as officials from the British government officially recognised that online casinos based in the territories were sufficiently regulated.
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Funding halts ambitious real-world and online casino project
The Singapore government, known for its strict policy towards online casinos and gaming, has acknowledged it is in talks with an American casino operator for funding to complete a $4 billion casino area in the capital city.
Hope as deferred ban on smoking looks set to benefit local casino industry
American smokers in Atlantic City will be able to light up in casinos for another year, as a city-wide ban on smoking in indoor areas, including local casinos, was suspended. It was set to be the first major casino market in America to go smoke-free.
Mother of two wins £32,000 playing online slots
A Wiltshire mother of two has pocketed £32,000 in two weeks, after playing slots at an online casino.
Online casino hopes to bring single players together
Online casino singletons could soon find themselves meeting their king or queen of hearts as an online casino and an online internet dating site join forces to host a series of events for lovelorn online casino gamers.
Online casino winner of £200,000 wishes to remain anonymous
An unnamed online casino player has walked away with almost £200,000 after gaming at an online casino. The player, who does not want to be named, won the total after placing a £2 bet on a game featured on an online casino based in the UK.
Casino workers demonstrate against alleged police harassment
Staff at a Nepalese casino are staging a week-long protest directed at frequent police raids on their casino that they claim were illegal.
Real world and online poker not illegal, says court
A municipal court in Denmark has ruled that poker tournaments, frequently held in real-world and online casinos, do not break Danish gaming laws.
Bermuda considers opening online casinos to bolster economy
Online casinos could be working out of the Bermuda Triangle next year as the Bermudan government considers plans to permit online casino companies to work out of the island territories.
Olympics blamed for decreased casino turnover
Casino gaming received a blow in August as new figures suggested that the Beijing Olympics were the cause of reduced casino gaming revenues in the Chinese region of Macau.
Law proposed that would outlaw overseas casinos in Australia
Plans by the Australian government to censor online casinos and gaming websites have been met with strong opposition, with internet bodies, including online casinos and gaming websites themselves, calling the idea "unacceptable."