Online Casino and Gambling News: October 2011

TwoPlusTwo Wins Copyright Case

Online poker forum TwoPlusTwo has won a court case against a former user that the site accused of violating copyrights and trademarks.

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Playtech Dispute Closes Class 1 Casino

Class 1 Casino has stopped accepting deposits temporarily due to a dispute with online gambling software developer Playtech.

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32Red Gets Fixed Odds Games

Latvia based gambling software developer CTXM has launched a series of fixed odds games for 32Red's online casino.

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William Hill Censored By The ASA

The UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has censored William Hill over a promotional offer that was posted on its website earlier this year.

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NetPlay TV Gets TV Agreement

NetPlay TV has inked a five year contract with UK television station Channel 5.

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William Hill Tel Aviv Staff Problems Resolved

Through a stock market advisory released on Tuesday, William Hill has announced that staffing disruptions in Israel and Bulgaria have been resolved.

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U.S. Congress Takes Up Online Gambling

The United States Congress took up the issue of internet gambling, and heard from a variety of sources as it gathered facts to see if the issue is worthy enough to bring up for debate.

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NuWorks Gets Second Client In Lucky Club Casino

Shortly after launching Buzzluck Casino, NuWorks has added a second online casino to its client base in Lucky Club Casino.

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William Hill Sponsoring Grand Slam Of Darts

Online gambling giant William HIll has announced that it is sponsoring the Grand Slam of Darts 2011 this November 12-20 at the Wolverhampton Civic Hall.

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William Hill Fires Seven Workers

A report by Yahoo! Finance, William Hill has fired seven senior managers in addition to several junior staff after it was discovered they were plotting to set up a competing business.

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