Online Casino and Gambling News: June 2013

Betfair Sees Profits Sink 27%

Internet betting exchange Betfair released its 2013 fiscal year results this week, showing that the company's profits dropped by 27% for the year.

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Sheriff Gaming, Playtech, World Match All Launch New Slots

A bevy of new video slots have been launched by developers Sheriff Gaming, Playtech, and World Match.

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New Casinos "Gold Luck Casino", "Golden Galaxy" Launch

Two new internet casinos made their splash onto the web this week, as Gold Luck Casino and Golden Galazy Casino both went live.

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Cherry Launches New Betting Spot Spille Automater

Internet betting giant Cherry AB has announced that it has launched its newest betting site

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Intralot Launches Android App In Peru

Internet betting firm Intralot has announced that its Peruvian branch has announced that it has launched an Android app for the market, allowing players to bet on sporting events and bet on the lottery while on the go.

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BetonSoft Enhances Its Mobile Platform

Internet betting designer BetOnSoft has announced that it has augmented its mobile platform, providing an enhanced user interface along with added device support.

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Joe Barton Speaks Out On Federal Online Poker

Texas Republican Congressman Joe Barton spoke out about his latest attempt to pass an online poker bill, saying that legislation is a matter of "when", not "if".

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BBC Airs Coral Ad On Childrens Stations

The UK Advertising Standards Authority has cleared the BBC and betting group Coral of any wrongdoing after the television giant unwittingly aired the betting group's adverts on some of its child based stations.

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888 Sponsors Snooker Circuit

Internet wagering giant 888Casino has announced that it has signed a deal to become the title sponsor of The Champion of Champions snooker tournament.

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Neteller Re-Enters U.S. Market

Online payment processor Neteller has announced that it has signed a deal with U.S. gambling giant Bally Technologies, which will allow the payment firm to re-enter the American market by providing payment related services to Bally's online based customers.

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