Online Casino and Gambling News: February 2012

Crowdpark Releases Two Social Betting Games

German based wagering software developer Crowdpark has announced the release of its two newest social betting games, "Pet Vegas" and "Ante Up".

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NuWorks Releases "Red Raiding Hood"

Wagering software developer NuWorks has released its newest video slot "Red Raiding Hood", a take on the classic children's story "Little Red Riding Hood".

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Gold Rush Showdown Jackpot Hit Twice In One Week At 888 Casino

888 Casino had its Gold Rush Showdown video slot jackpot hit twice within a week, when players hit a €130,590 and €43,282 win each.

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Iowa Internet Poker Bill On Senate Calendar

Iowa State Senator Jeff Danielson's bill seeking to legalize internet poker within the Hawkeye State has been successfully placed on the State Senate Calendar.

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Sportingbet Posts First Half Results

UK based Sportingbet plc has released its first half fiscal results for the period ending January 31st, 2012, showcasing strong growth in the Australian market.

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Canadian Man Pleads Guilty To Black Friday Charges

A Canadian citizen has plead guilty in Manhattan federal court to conspiracy charges related to the Black Friday indictments filed last year against online poker companies and payment processors.

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Calvin Ayre Indicted By U.S. Government

Online gambling magnate and founder of Bodog Calvin Ayre has been indicted by the U.S. government on two charges along with three other Canadians.

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Payment Processor Ukash Expands To Argentina

Electronic payment processor Ukash has announced that it has expanded its services to Argentina, allowing for players from the South American country to deposit and withdraw cash through their website.

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Japan May Allow Casino Gambling

A report in the Wall Street journal claims that the government of Japan is taking steps toward allowing casino gambling in the country for the first time as a way to try and break the long economic slump that has plagued the country.

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Black Friday Defendants To Try Poker Skill Argument Again

Two online poker payment processors indicted in relation to the U.S. Government's Black Friday case have made a fresh motion to show that poker is a game of skill, not an illegal gambling game of chance.

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