Online Casino and Gambling News: April 2014

Nevada Gambling Revenues Rise In March

The state of Nevada saw its gambling industry rebound in March, with revenues increasing 7.6% for the period.

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Credit Card Rejections Hamper New Jersey Online Betting

Punters located within the state of New Jersey are having trouble depositing at the state's legal online casinos, with only 44-46% of credit card transactions being accepted by the card companies.

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Ladbrokes Results Disappoint

UK betting firm Ladbrokes plc has released its latest financial results, noting smaller revenues up growth in mobile sports betting.

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Playtech Online Casino Revenues Rise 25% In First Quarter

Internet betting firm Playtech has announced its first quarter 2014 financial results, noting strong growth with online casino revenues up 25.6% for the period.

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$183,618 Everybody's Jackpot Won

Six hours ago our exclusive jackpot tracker picked up a large $183,618 win that a punter struck while playing the Playtech slot Everybody's Jackpot.

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Comparison of casino payout rates for 2013

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Online casinos frequently cite their high payout rates and lower overheads as a reason that their players get more bang for their buck than the customers of land-based casinos. But is this really true, or just another marketing myth in an industry that often plays fast and loose with the truth?

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BitCoin Powered Betting Site Shuts Its Doors

An online sportsbetting site that was powered by the crypto currency BitCoin has closed its doors less than a year after it launched to the public.

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Details On €691,276.82 Arabian Nights Jackpot Win Emerge

Twelve days ago we reported on a huge €691,276.82 jackpot that was won on Net Entertainment's Arabian Nights slot. Today we can report additional details on the impressive win.

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Mongolian Culture Minister Wants To Legalize Gambling

Mongolia's Culture Minister has revealed that he plans to submit two bills to his country's Parliament this year that would legalize gambling in the Asian country.

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Coral Interactive Leaves Belgian Betting Market

Internet betting firm Coral Interactive has announced that it will be leaving the Belgian markets, this according to the firm's Head of Affiliates Anthony Hodgetts.

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