Sixty jobs created by online casino, with gamers winning a share of £2m
Recent news has suggested that online casinos have seen a significant rise in revenue, despite the current recession in the UK and economic concerns around the world.
Poker players and online casinos agree as judge deems Texas Hold 'em legal
Online casinos and gamers have welcomed a ruling by a US judge who confirmed that Texas Hold 'em is legal.
Ships losing business to online casinos
While many casino players like to go on holiday, most would rather enjoy online casinos from the comfort of their homes, it has been found.
Revenue increases alongside heavy investment in the online casino industry
Online casino gaming is proving to be good for business worldwide after industry reports of significant growth in 2008.
Kentucky judge overturns government ruling that online casino domains are illegal
A US court has ordered that Kentucky government officials must return 141 online casino domains seized from their owners.
Taiwan legalises casinos while Polish casinos face new tax
Casinos may soon be legalised in Taiwan after the country's parliament voted through a bill allowing land-based casinos to be built on its surrounding islands.
Indian tribes see casino projects expand, while Vegas casinos suffer from failing economy
Indian tribes in Florida have begun negotiations with the authorities in an effort to enlarge their gaming operations in the state, a newspaper has revealed.
Yarmouth close to developing a new casino while Manchester considers super casino options
Landmark plans to build a casino complex in Yarmouth are reported to be entering their final stages, with four developers bidding to construct a gaming hall in the Norfolk town.
Las Vegas casino project delayed amid US economic woes
It has been reported that the development of a casino complex on the Las Vegas strip has been delayed due to a slump in the casino and housing markets.
Czech Republic and Isle of Man welcome online casinos
A new report has revealed that online casinos are the fastest growing economic sector in the Isle of Man. Since online casinos were allowed to operate on the island, more than 360 jobs have been created.
New survey reveals playing habits of Chinese gamers
The majority of Chinese gamers play online games in communal areas such as internet cafes, a new study has found.
Funding from online casinos goes to develop grassroots games in UK
UK sport benefits over other European countries because of the funding it receives from regulated online casinos, a new report published by the European Gaming and Betting Association has found.
Online casino law is "unworkable" according to expert
Federal organisations in America have not done enough to implement the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, a senior lawyer has said.
Baseball players were playing baccarat illegally online
Sixteen professional baseball players in South Korean are being investigated by police over suspicions of illegal online casino gaming.
Online poker gamers questioned for new study
The playing habits of online poker players have been revealed by an online casino survey from a university in the United Kingdom.
Ireland chooses to delay taxing online casinos
It was reported this month that the Republic of Ireland will not start taxing online casinos, although a ruling from South Africa has said that the government there will begin the taxation of the online casino industry in 2009.
Polish casino asks for online casinos to be legalised
Poland should legalise online gaming, according to one of the country's leading officials in the casino industry. Zbigniew Macioszek, a board member for one of Poland's largest group of land-based casinos, said the Polish government should legalise online casinos as the current set of regulations governing the Polish casino industry are outdated.
Online casino gamers surveyed for new study
Women play more frequently in online casinos than men, according to a study from a university in the United Kingdom.