Online Casino and Gambling News: November 2012

Cyprus To Crack Down On Gambling During Christmas

A report by island newspaper The Cyprus Mail is claiming that law enforcement on the island will be stepping up illegal online gambling busts during the upcoming holiday season.

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Hard Rock And Treasure Island Apply For Nevada License

Two of Las Vegas' top casinos have applied for an online poker license through the State of Nevada, as The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino and Treasure Island have officially put in their paperwork.

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Paddy Power To Sponsor Welsh Rugby Union

Irish sportsbook Paddy Power has announced that it has signed a two year agreement that will see it become the Official Betting Partner of the Welsh Rugby Union.

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Dungeons & Dragons Launches On DoubleDown Casino

The epic role playing game Dungeons & Dragons has come to International Game Technology owned Double Down Casino thanks to an extension of a licensing agreement between the gaming giant and toy company Hasbro earlier this year.

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Microgaming Quickfire and Rabcat Extend Contract

Internet gambling software designer Microgaming Quickfire has announced that it has entered into a new development contract with fellow designer Rabcat.

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Internet gaming giant digital entertainment has reportedly exited the Dutch gaming market, complying with a director from the Kansspelautoriteit (Netherlands Gaming Authority), which requested all unlicensed operators to stop offering gaming services.

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Cherry Malta Launches EuroSlots

Internet gaming operator Cherry Malta, Ltd has announced the launch of its latest internet casino EuroSlots, utilizing a proprietary gaming system that features titles from Microgaming and Net Entertainment.

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Pokerstars Gearing Up For 90 Billionth Hand

Internet poker site PokerStars is gearing up for its 90 billionth hand by throwing a party and handing out cash prizes as its "Road to 100 Billion" nears the finish line.

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DoJ Predicts Full Tilt Claims Will Begin Getting Paid In 2013

The United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York has filed an update, stating that it is evaluating applicants to act as the Claims Administrator for the Full Tilt Poker case, and expects work to begin on the case in January of 2013.

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Bgo Entertainment Launches Live Dealer Casino

Internet wagering software developer bgo Entertainment has announced that it has released a new live dealer internet casino for its new online gaming site bgo Macau gaming site.

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