Online Casino and Gambling News: November 2012

Bodog Nation Moves Operations Base To Manilla

Internet gaming giant Bodog Nation has announced that it will be moving its headquarter to Manilla, Philippines in the wake of the company's Asian site Bodog88, which moved its operations to the Filipino capital earlier this year.

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French Full Tilt Customers Being Repaid Account Balances

French online gambling regulator ARJEL is claiming that 6,418 French Full Tilt Poker players have had €3,071,663 of their account balances refunded to them through their PokerStars accounts after the company initiated a repayment plan beginning November 2nd.

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Paddy Releases Positive Interim Report

Irish betting giant has released its interim management statement for the period July 1st to November 14th, 2012, highlighting a 23% rise in net revenue for the period.

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Mgm Resorts Gets Nevada e-Gaming License

International gaming giant MGM Resorts International has been awarded an e-Gaming license by the state of Nevada, allowing the company to offer internet poker within the Silver State.

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Net Ent Adds Frankenstein, Jack Hammer 2 To Mobile Library

Swedish online wagering software developer Net Entertainment has announced that it has ported over two of its most popular video slots to its Touch mobile library with the addition of Frankenstein and Jack Hammer 2.

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UAE Outlines Ban On Cyber Gambling

A new cyberlaw signed by United Arab Emirates President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan spells out the harsh punishments in store for those involved with internet gambling within the borders of the Emirates.

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American Full Tilt Players Will Have To Wait For Funds

Despite the re-launch of poker giant Full Tilt Poker, it appears that American customers of the troubled poker site will be waiting a while longer to get their balances refunded.

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Sportsbook.com Rebrands As Uwin.com

Sportsbook.com has announced that it will be re-branding its Canadian site to uwin.com, emphasizing that it is focusing on the Canadian market and not the American market, which is currently prohibited by federal law.

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Cherry Reports All Time High Financial Numbers

Internet gaming company Cherry has released its third quarter 2012 financial results, noting all time financial highs for the first nine months of the year.

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Sheriff Gaming Releases "Billion Dollar Movie", "InCash"

Internet wagering software developer Sheriff Gaming has announced the release of its two newest 3D video slots in "Billion Dollar Movie", and "InCash".

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