Online Casino and Gambling News: June 2013

ZetPoker Reportedly Experiencing Money Problems

Internet poker firm ZetPoker is reportedly experiencing financial difficulties, this after the Revolution Poker Network skin ceased operations over this past weekend.

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Bally Signs Content Agreement With Interblock

US based gambling giant Bally Technologies has announced that it has inked a deal with Interblock, which will see the latter's content being absorbed into Bally's popular internet gambling platform.

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100 Billionth PokerStars Hand Dealt Out

Internet poker giant PokerStars has dealt out its epic milestone 100 billionth hand of poker this past week, giving each of the players at the table a handsome payday in the process.

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New Jersey Gives Deadline For i-Gaming Partnerships

The state of New Jersey has implemented a deadline that requires the state's i-Gaming licensees to formally implement all cyber betting partnerships by June 29th, or else risk missing the Garden State's internet gambling launch this fall.

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Sheriff Gaming Signs Deal With Panda Media

Internet wagering software developer Sheriff Gaming announced that it has signed a deal with Panda Media, which will see the Dutch firm supplying Panda's Videoslots and EmuCasino with its entire gaming library.

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Bulgarian Government Begins Blocking Gaming Sites

The government of Bulgaria has announced that it has begun blocking internet gambling operators from accessing gamblers in the eastern European country.

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Amaya Picks Up Diamond Game Enterprises

Canadian betting firm Amaya Gaming has announced that it has signed a deal with US based Diamond Game Enterprises, which will see the former paying $25 million for the company that specializes in casino and lottery offerings.

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Pokerstars Head Signs Deal With US: Forfeits Money

The head of a global internet poker giant has signed a deal with the United States Department of Justice, agreeing to give up $50 million to the government while getting the ability to claim that the company did nothing wrong.

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World Match Launches New Slot "Crime Records"

Internet wagering software developer World Match has announced that it has released its newest video slot, with the release of the CSI-esque "Crime Records".

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Poker In Venice Reportedly In Financial Trouble

Internet poker network Poker In Venice has reportedly been struck by financial difficulties, this coming from players who have claimed that they have been held back from getting their money.

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