Online Casino and Gambling News: October 2011

Circus Casino Shutting Out Canadian, Norwegian Gamblers

Genting Online Gambling Group's internet casino Circus Casino has announced that Canadian and Norwegian players will no longer be able to gamble on the site as of October 17th.

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New Jersey Residents Support Sports Betting

Residents of New Jersey strongly support the legalization of sports betting, according to a Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind Poll.

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888 Casino Pays Out Big In September

888 Holdings has announced that it paid out $356 million to players in the month of September.

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Montenegro Offering Online Gambling Licenses Next Year

European country Montenegro has decided to offer online gambling licenses beginning in January of 2012.

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Red star casino is latest quickfire signup

Microgaming's QuickFire casino software platform has added a new client in Red Star Casino, which will be utilizing QuickFire's Flash product.

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Ladbrokes Ends Discussions With Sportingbet

Online gambling companies Ladbrokes and Sportinbet have ended discussions between the two companies that were at one time looking to merge.

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Ladbrokes Subsidiary Reports Small Decline In Profits

British based wagering company Ladbrokes Holdings' Northwest Bookmakers has reported a small decline in profits when compared to previous years.

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British Arrest Nine For "Suspicious Betting Activity"

The British media is reporting that nine men have been arrested for suspicious betting activity and although the identities of the men have been kept private, media reports reveal that one football player is among those arrested.

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Native American President Speaks To U.S. Senate On Internet Gambling

A native american president has testified in front of a Senate committee in Washington D.C., saying he believes private gambling companies are seeking an "instant monopoly" on legalized online gambling.

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Slovakia Submitting Proposed Online Gambling Amendments To E.U.

The Slovakian government has announced that it may utilize techniques such as ISP blocking to help curtail illegal gambling in its country and has announced that it is submitting its proposed legislation of the techniques to the European Union and European Commission.

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