Online Casino and Gambling News: March 2012

Mega Fortune Jackpot Hit At Betsafe Casino

A lucky punter became an instant multi-millionaire after hitting the Mega Fortune progressive jackpot at Betsafe Casino.

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Evolution To Provide Live Casino To Star Games

Online gambling software provider Evolution Gaming has signed a deal with Star Games Casino that will see the former providing live casino services for the Malta licensed operator.

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Betfair To Sponsor European Backgammon Tour

Online betting exchange Betfair has announced that it will be sponsoring the European Backgammon Tour.

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Net Entertainment To Release New Slot 'Thunderfist' In May

Online wagering software developer Net Entertainment ha announced the upcoming release of its newest video slot 'Thunderfist'.

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Betfred Releases New Mobile Lottery Product

Online betting firm Betfred has announced that it has launched a new mobile lottery service.

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IGC Urges Ontario To Regulate Online Gambling

Online gambling trade association the Interactive Gaming Council has publicly urged the Canadian province of Ontario to regulate and license online gambling in order to provide legal clarity, protect players, and generate tax revenues.

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William Hill Expands Live Dealer Games In Italy

Online betting giant William Hill plc announced that it has extended its range of live dealer games in Italy, adding Roulette Live and BlackJack Live.

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Mega Millions Lottery Jackpot Hits $540 Million

The Mega Millions lottery jackpot has reached $540 million heading into tonight's drawing, making history as the largest ever jackpot recorded within the United States.

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Ladbrokes Extends Supply Deal With Openbet

UK gaming giant Ladbrokes plc announced that it has renewed its software supply agreement with OpenBet, which will see the latter continue to provide its games to the betting group.

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Black Friday Defendant's Guilty Plea Hits A Snag

The guilty plea of a former bank executive indicted in the Black Friday charges hit a snag after a New York judge demanded to know why the federal government was "walking away from the case".

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