Online Casino and Gambling News: November 2013

Amaya Gaming Posts Third Quarter 2013 Financials

Canadian internet betting firm Amaya Gaming has released its third quarter 2013 financial results, noting an increase in revenues, but posted an overall loss of $3.5 million due to its many recent acquisitions.

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Bally Technologies To Supply Games To Vera & John

US betting giant Bally Technologies has announced that it has signed a three year content supply deal with internet casino operator Vera & John, providing the casino with its library of casino games.

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New Jersey Online Betting Trial Posted 17,000 Players

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement is reporting that more than 17,000 gamblers within the state's borders bet online during the Garden State's five day soft launch of internet gambling.

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Mobile Gambling Continues To Grow

UK based gambling firm H2 Gambling Capital has published its latest mobile gambling study, noting that the segment of the industry continues to grow at a staggering rate and will generate €19 billion in revenue by 2018.

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Nevada Sees Its October Financials Drop By 2.6%

In total, the state brought in $954 million in winnings last month. The Las Vegas Strip contributed $551 million of that total, which was down 5% from October of 2012. Downtown Vegas brought in $47 million, down 3%.

The city of Reno saw its casinos drop by a more modest 1% (bringing in $43 million), while South Lake Tahoe had revenues drop by 23% to $12 million.

In all, the state actually brought in more money for the month of October, notching $61 million in tax revenue for the month.

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Singapore May Block Online Gambling

Politicians in Singapore are considering adopting a law which would make it illegal for betting sites to offer gambling services to residents, as well as also clamp down on gambling marketing and financial transactions.

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All Playtech Live Dealer Games Now Available For Any Mobile Device

Internet betting giant Playtech plc has announced that its Live Dealer Games will now be made available for all mobile platforms such as HTML5 and Native.

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ASA Censors 888 Web Ad

The UK Advertising Standards Authority has decided to censor an ad by gaming giant 888, taking down a web ad that promoted a game titled "Wild Gambler".

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UK Online Betting Bill Passes Third Reading

A bill that would reform the UK's online gambling laws has passed through its third reading in the House of Commons on Tuesday, advancing to the House of Lords for consideration.

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Rival Gaming Set To Release New Slot "Gnome Sweet Home"

Internet wagering software developer Rival Gaming has announced that it will be releasing its newest slot "Gnome Sweet Home" in December.

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