Online Casino and Gambling News: July 2013

Bodog To Continue Ayr United Sponsorship

Online betting veteran Bodog has announced that it has decided to extend its sponsorship of Scottish League football club Ayr United for the third year in a row.

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SHFL Acquitted Of Patent Infringement Claim

Gaming industry giant SHFL Entertainment Limited (formerly ShuffleMaster) has announced that it has been cleared of a charge of patent infringement.

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UK Accountant Scams Millions In Sportsbetting

A 40 year old English man plead guilty to committing fraud against investors, cheating them out of £3 million in order to feed his internet football betting habit.

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Switzerland May Legalize Online Betting

The Swiss Federal Gaming Board has released a series of recommendations to help the struggling gambling market in the country, noting that online gambling should be legalized and strictly regulated.

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Lebanese Government Blocks Online Betting Sites

The government of Lebanon has announced that it has begun blocking online betting operators that provide action in their country, supporting the country's sole land operator Casino du Liban.

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Macau Releases Impressive First Half Fiscal Results

The world's largest gambling destination has released its first half 2013 financial results, noting yet another period with large growth for the gambling mecca.

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Red Flush Casino Punter Wins Fruit Fiesta Jackpot

A lucky punter hit it big at Red Flush Casino last week, winning €35,972.91 while playing Fruit Fiesta... an hour after registering for an account at the casino!

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Bitcoin Casino 'Satoshi Dice' Sells For $11.5 Million

An online betting site that plays in Bitcoins has announced that it has been sold, as SatoshiDice announced that it has been acquired by an anonymous buyer for 126,315 Bitcoins.

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Sky Bet To Sponsor The Football League

UK based betting brand Sky Bet has announced that it has agreed to a five year sponsorship deal with The Football League, which will see the betting giant renaming the football league "The Sky Bet Football League" for the agreement's duration.

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Paf Reaching Out To Casual Poker Players

Finnish gaming firm Alands Penningautomatforening (Paf) and the Microgaming Poker Network will be targeting casual poker players, making it easier for new players to get into the game.

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