Online Casino and Gambling News: February 2013

Kahnawake Releases 2012 Self Exclusion Stats

The Kahnawake Gaming Commission has announced its self-exclusion stats for 2012, noting that it dealt with 59 applications throughout the year.

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Online Gambling Bill Re-Introduced In Hawaii

Politicians in Hawaii have introduced a new internet gambling bill nearly a year to the day when a similar bill was rejected in the Aloha State.

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Punter Hits 2.2 Million Pound Dark Knight Jackpot

A lucky punter hit a massive £2,196,410 Mega Moolah jackpot while playing Microgaming's "The Dark Knight" video slot at bet365.

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iSoftbet Releases "Basic Instinct" Video Slot

Internet wagering software developer iSoftbet has announced the release of its newest video slot "Basic Instinct", which is branded after the popular 90's murder thriller.

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World Match Releases "Freaky Fortune HD"

Gambling software developer World Match has announced the release of its newest video slot "Freaky Fortune HD".

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Thunderstruck II Arrives On Mobile Devices

Internet wagering software developer Microgaming has announced that it has launched a mobile version of its popular Thunderstruck II video slot, which is available for Android and Apple devices.

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Tolkien Estate Counter Sued Over Lord Of The Rings Slots

The estate of famed fantasy writer J.R.R. Tolkien has been counter sued for breach of contract over the Lord of the Rings development over licensed games and slots developed by Warner Bros., New Line, and the Saul Zaentz Company.

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Malta Issues Updates On Everleaf

The Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority has filed an update on the Everleaf Gaming debacle concerning the money that the former betting network owes to its players.

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Macau Revenue Growth Slows

The world's largest gambling destination has seen its revenue growth slow down from last year, as the latest figures show that Macau's January 2013 revenues were up 7.3%, which is less than the 10-12% that analysts predicted.

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New Jersey Man Sentenced For Operating Internet Cafe

A New Jersey man was sentenced to 200 hours of community service and gave up 89 computers and $91,000 after he plead guilty to running an internet betting cafe.

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