Online Casino and Gambling News: February 2016

New Jersey Okays Skill Games

This week the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released new regulations to deal with skill-based games for its Atlantic City Casinos.

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Yggdrasil Launches New Slot "Golden Fish Tank"

Internet betting software developer Yggdrasil Gaming has released their newest video slot "Golden Fish Tank".

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Ladbrokes Posts Loss for 2015

UK retail and online betting giant Ladbrokes has posted their full year 2015 financial results, noting that the company took a loss of £43.2 million due to tax liabilities in the UK.

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Hard Rock to Build Casinos in Brazil

Hotel and casino brand Hard Rock International has announced their plans to build a series of Hotel Casinos in Brazil, catering to the 77% of the country's citizens who plan to vacation within their home borders.

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Net Ent Launches New Slot "Drive: Multiplayer Mayhem"

Swedish internet betting software developer Net Ent has announced the release of their newest video slot "Drive: Multiplayer Mayhem", which brings the thrill of high-octane racing.

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Betway to Sponsor "Fight Night" eSports Event

Internet betting group Betway has announced that they has signed a sponsorship deal that will see it being the title sponsor of the eSports "Fight Night" event, which will feature two of the world's top teams going against each other.

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£120,198 Deal or No Deal Jackpot Won at JackpotJoy

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Tabcorp to Enter UK Betting Market

Australian betting firm Tabcorp has announced that they will enter the UK Gaming market sometime this spring.

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Odds for 88th Annual Academy Awards are Taking Shape

The 88th Annual Academy Awards are just around the corner, and the bets are beginning to trickle in for the various categories with The Revenant the current favorite to take home Best Picture.

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Ladbrokes Cuts Cheltenham World Hurdle Sponsorship

UK betting firm Ladbrokes has announced that they have pulled their sponsorship of the World Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival, an annual horse race held in the United Kingdom.

Ladbrokes had been the title sponsor of the event since 2005, and also relinquished its status as an Authorized Betting Partner of the British Horseracing Authority.

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