Online Casino and Gambling News: May 2012

Net Entertainment Will Provide Games To BoyleSports

Online wagering software developer Net Entertainment has announced that it has signed an agreement with Boylesports which will see it supplying the casino site with its gaming library and content.

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Everest Casino Gets New Games

Online wagering firm Everest Gaming has announced that it has released a batch of new games for its proprietary casino sites Everest Casino, Imperial Casino, Casino Elegance, and Casino Lux.

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Full Tilt Poker Managers Decline Job Offer From GBT

French online investment firm Groupe Bernard Tapie reportedly attempted to poach some of Full Tilt Poker's managers over the past week, however most of the employees in the company's Dublin office turned the offer down.

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Poker Player Will Release Comic Book

Poker player Giancarlo Antonetti has announced that he will be releasing a comic book which will tell interesting poker stories in the unique format under the name "Shut Up and Fold".

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Stan James Will Offer Speed Poker

Gibraltar based online wagering site Stan James plc has announced its plans to launch a speed poker product in the near future.

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India Losing Out On Billions In Online Gambling Tax Revenues

A report by the Times of India this week states that the government of India is missing out on up to $1.5 billion in taxable revenues by not regulating internet gambling.

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Amaya Gaming Releases "Aladdin's Legacy"

Canadian wagering software developer Amaya Gaming has announced that it has released its newest video slot "Aladdin's Legacy".

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Bulgaria May Cut Gambling Tax Rate

Officials in Bulgaria's government have indicated that the current tax rate of 15% levied on internet casino operators will be halved by June 1st.

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Online wagering site has released its first quarter 2012 financial results, highlighting promising results despite posting a net loss for the quarter.

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California Politicians Reaping Lobbying Benefits

A report in the LA Times has highlighted the benefits that politicians in California are reaping due to the donations that online poker lobbying groups are making.

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