Online Casino and Gambling News: April 2012

Twoplustwo Poker Forum Hacked

A Manager for the popular poker website twoplustwo reported on Thursday that it had its poker forum hacked, causing the site to shut itself down for a brief period.

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Caesar's Executive Wants Federal Legislation For Internet Gambling

A senior executive for Caesars Entertainment expressed that her company strongly supports federal online gambling legalization, stating that an unregulated market makes players vulnerable.

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Core Gaming To Design Evel Knievel Games

UK gaming software developer Core Gaming Ltd has announced that it has signed a five year deal with K&K Promotions that will allow them to design slot games based on the legendary Evel Knievel.

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Probability Plc Has Strong First Quarter

Mobile wagering software developer Probability plc has released its latest financial results for the first quarter 2012. showcasing the company's strong growth over the same period the year before.

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Reid-Kyl Still Working On Internet Poker, But Legislation May Have Downside

Rumors have begun spreading that Senators Harry Reid and John Kyl are still working on legislation that would legalize and regulate online poker, however the rumors also suggest that any deal may have a drastic downside.

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Net Entertainment Releases Positive First Quarter 2012 Results

Internet wagering software developer Net Entertainment has released its first quarter 2012 financial results, highlighting strong growth in the first three months of the year.

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Full Tilt Subsidiary Removes Its Application For Alderney License

Full Tilt Poker subsidiary company Orinic Limited has withdrawn its application for an e-gaming license through the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, further cementing the fact that the Groupe Bernard Tapie will not be purchasing Full Tilt Poker.

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Paddy Power Expands Its Mobile Horsebetting Services

Online gambling firm Paddy Power has announced that it has signed a deal with the Racing Post which will give mobile gamblers detailed horse racing content for Android, iPhone, and iPad users.

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Microgaming Releases Its First HTML5 Games

Online wagering software developer Microgaming has announced that it has launched its first batch of HTML5 wagering games, which feature photo realistic graphics and swipe and tap interfacing.

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California Wants Sports Betting

California State Senator Rod Wright introduced a bill in the state's legislature earlier this week that would legalize in state sports betting at Indian casinos, racetracks and card rooms.

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