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Revolution Scaling Again Truthful Perform Technology

The Revolution Network appears to be scaling back Fair Play Technology, which was announced last March as a way to segregate cash game players on the network by skill level. The move was advertised as a way to improve the network’s ecosystem, although some critics have argued it was another …

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Feds Shut Down ‘Macho Sports’

Federal authorities in the US swooped down on the operators of Macho Sports in an operation aimed at shutting down the illegal sports betting site. Between 15-18 men were arrested in separate raids in California, Norway, and Peru. The arrests and indictments were the culmination of an investigation that began …

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Bet365 Profits Huge in 2013

Bet365 is enjoying massive profits on its Internet gaming operations, according to a recent report in EGR Magazine. Earnings for UK-based giant soared an amazing 54% for the 12 months ending in March 2013 as punters piled on a 57% increase in wagers.That came out to almost £20 billion ($ …

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Ongame Shutters Spanish Operations

Ongame is shutting down its Spanish poker operations and stepping out of the market there entirely. It’s another sign that that success in Spain is turning out to be pretty elusive for all but the biggest players. While Ongame’s departure from Spain is big news for Ongame, it probably won’t …

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June 2013 US On the internet Poker Payment Processing Report

While Revolution Gaming continues to struggle, the major US facing brands that have adapted to the current US payment processing environment continue to thrive. There are no perfect US facing online poker rooms, but players that are most concerned about getting paid continue to find quality online poker rooms that …

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Could 2013 On-line Gambling News Roundup

May 2013 was another big month for the online gambling industry as the march towards legalization in the United States moved forward – and turned into the War by the Shore. Of course there were also the usual outbursts of European liberalization, and even some layoffs. Here’s the headlines that …

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William Hill Issuing Corporate Bonds

William Hill is issuing around £375 million ($ 573 USD) worth of corporate bonds in the hopes of attracting investor attention. It’s all part of a plan to help the company pay off bridge loans it accumulated while acquiring 29% of Sportingbet Australia during the spring. The bulk of the …

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