Online Casino and Gambling News: February 2012

ATIG Claims First Legal Intranet Gambling In U.S.

The Atlantis Internet Group Corp has claimed that it has launched the first legal form of intranet gambling within the United States as it has signed two Native American tribal casinos to its network.

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Regulators In Europe To Work For Harmonized Rules

Regulators from across Europe will meet on February 27th with the European Commission to try to harmonize online gambling regulations across the continent.

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Cryptologic And NeoGames Enter Licensing Deal

Online gaming developers Cryptologic and NeoGames have reached a licensing agreement that will see Cryptologic providing its games for distribution.

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Utah Bill That Would Outlaw Online Gambling Moves Forward

A Utah bill that would ban online gambling throughout the state has moved on to the state Senate on Tuesday after passing through the House with a 61-9 vote.

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PokerStars Experiences Server Crash

Online poker giant PokerStars experienced a massive server crash on Tuesday, leaving more than 70,000 players disconnected from the site.

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Amaya's Offer For Cryptologic Nearing Completion

Company directors at Amaya Gaming and Cryptologic are nearing the final stages of an acquisition deal, with Cryptologic executives recommending the deal to shareholders.

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Net Entertainment Reveals New Slot "Demolition Squad"

Online wagering software developer Net Entertainment has announced that it will be releasing its newest video slot "Demolition Squad" in April.

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Cake Poker Network Upgrades Its Software

The Cake Poker Network has upgraded its poker client, a move that the company is calling "significant" in terms of improvements.

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British Columbia's Online Casino Growing Quickly

A Vice President for the Crown Corporation has told the Kamloops News Daily that, British Columbia's lottery owned internet casino is expected to grow 50% year over year.

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Study: British Asian Children More Susceptible To Gambling Addiction

A report by the BBC cites a study by the University of Salford and the National Centre for Social Research that found British children of Asian descent are more likely to become addicted to gambling than their white counterparts.

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