The New Jersey Casino Control Commission has published its latest list of approved online betting groups, noting that Caesars Interactive Entertainment is on the okayed list, while the owner of PokerStars was snubbed.
The European Commission has announced that it has initiating formal infringement proceedings against six European Union Member States for their failure to comply with EU law in regards to their internet gambling laws.
Internet wagering software developer Sheriff Gaming has announced the release of two of its table games as well as a new slot to its popular SMART mobile gaming portfolio and has also released a new web table game and video poker offering.
New Jersey's most outspoken proponent of online gambling has come out in fierce opposition to gaming billionaire Sheldon Adelson's attempt to get the federal government to ban the activity, calling any potential ban an "economic catastrophe".
Internet betting software developer World Match has announced that it will be providing online and mobile slots to Lottomatica and Totsi after signing a content supply deal with the groups earlier this week.