Online Casino and Gambling News: October 2016

Ladbrokes in Violation of UK ASA

UK betting firm Ladbrokes has run afoul of the UK Advertising Standards Authority with an ad which the regulator claimed had unclear and misleading terms.

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Genesis Gaming Launches New Slot 'Attack of the Zombies'

Internet betting software developer Genesis Gaming has announced that they have released their newest video slot 'Attack of the Zombies', which is being launched just in time for Halloween.

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Tom Horn Gets Malta Gaming License

Internet betting software developer Tom Horn Gaming has announced that they've been granted a gaming license through the Malta Gaming Authority, which will allow the developer to provide their games to operators that are present in the jurisdiction.

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Codeta to Offer Authentic Gaming Live Dealer Games

Internet casino site Codeta has announced that they've signed a content deal with Authentic Gaming, and will begin offering live dealer games from the developer as a result.

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€7,436,734 Hall of Gods Mega Jackpot Won

Last week a punter hit a huge progressive jackpot while playing Net Ent's Hall of Gods video slot, taking home a whopping €7,436,734 cash prize as a result.

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Tiki Temple 20p Jackpot Hit for £741,903

Over the weekend a punter playing the Tiki Temple video slot at JackpotJoy won the game's 20p progressive jackpot for a huge £741,903 cash prize.

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$1,185,047 Major Millions Jackpot Won

Earlier today a punter hit the Major Millions progressive jackpot while playing the Microgaming slot of the same name, taking home a massive $1,185,047 cash prize in the process.

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£553,565 IGT MegaJackpots Progressive Hit

Today a punter hit the IGT MegaJackpots Progressive while playing a video slot, taking home a large cash prize worth £553,565.

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Pennsylvania Casino Operator Wants In-State Online Only

This week a spokesperson for a Pennsylvania land casino group expressed the opinion that regulated online gambling in the Keystone State should only be opened up to operators currently in the state, which would keep out established online groups that may be able to prop up the industry.

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Yggdrasil Gaming Expands Operations

Internet betting software developer Yggdrasil Gaming has announced that they are expanding, with the company adding several new employees and growing its office operations.

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