Online Casino and Gambling News: July 2013

Atlantic City Casinos All Want Internet Betting

All of Atlantic City's land casinos have applied for online gaming licenses in the Garden State and have likely signed agreements with online betting operators.

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Player Hits £866,000 Mobile "Cop The Lot" Jackpot

A lucky punter won a whopping £866,000 jackpot while playing the mobile version of "Cop-The-Lot" at internet casino William Hill.

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Ultimate Gaming Signs New Jersey Deal With Trump

U.S. internet wagering group Ultimate Gaming has announced that it has signed a deal with Trump Taj Mahal Associates LLC, which will see the developer's online poker and casino products distributed for real money play in New Jersey.

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Betsson Signs Content Deal With NYX

Internet wagering group Betsson Malta Limited has announced that it has signed a deal with wagering designer NYX Interactive, which will see the former's websites getting the latter's games.

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Mr. Green Adopts New Identity Verification Software

Internet wagering destination Mr. Green has announced that it has adopted a customer identification tool provided by software firm Jumio.

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Macau Revenues Beat Expectations

The Chinese island of Macau saw its gambling revenues for the month of June rise by a whopped 21.1% when compared to the same period last year, beating industry expectations while continuing to lead the world in terms of gambling market size.

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Man Sentenced For Stealing From Friend To Gamble Online

A 26 year old UK man was sentenced to two years in prison for stealing money from his friend and employer in order to feed his online gambling habit.

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Italian Police Break Up Online Gambling Ring

Police in Italy conducted a massive illegal online gambling sting last week in Naples, bringing down several online gambling sites and impacting the Casalesi crime family.

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Net Entertainment Inks Deal With Lottomatica

Internet wagering software designer Net Entertainment has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Italian lottery firm Lottomatica this week, agreeing to supply the firm with online casino games for the firm's two websites.

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