Online Casino and Gambling News: June 2017

Amatic Gets Spanish Gaming License

Gaming group Amatic has revealed that they've been granted a gaming license in Spain, which will allow the group to offer their online games within the country's borders.

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Royal Panda Adds BetConstruct Sportsbetting Platform

Internet casino Royal Panda has announced that it's signed a content deal with gaming platform BetConstruct, and will offer the group's sportsbetting platfrorm as a result.

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Nevada Gaming Numbers Rise in May

Today the Nevada Gaming Control Board released the state's gaming data for May, revealing that revenues were up 3.5% when compared to the same period in 2016.

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Columbia Gives First Online Gaming License to

The government of Columbia announced this week that they've granted their first online gaming license in the country's history, giving the site the official go-ahead.

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66% of Betclic's Portugal Revenues Go to Taxes

Internet betting group Betclick has revealed that they have had 66% of their gaming revenues in Portugal to pay the company's taxes, resulting in thousands of people petitioning the government to change the current tax laws.

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Pariplay Granted Two Alderney Licenses

Internet betting group Pariplay has revealed that they've been granted two gambling licenses from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.

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Lightning Box Games Releases New Slot 'RedRoo'

Internet casino game developer Lightning Box Games has announced that they have released their newest game 'RedRoo', which features a kanagroo that hops along the Australian countryside.

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Head of Affactive/Revenuejet to Pay $403 Million Fine to U.S.

This week the head of the rogue Affactive and Revenuejet casino groups Gery Shalon agreed to pay a $403 million fine to the United States government in order to settle three criminal cases and a civil lawsuit.

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Taiwanese Illegal Gambling Operators Have Row, Leave 4 Dead


This week a row between two illegal online betting groups led to the deaths of four people in Taiwan.

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Teddy Sagi Sells More Playtech Shares

Playtech's founder Teddy Sagi sold off 11.5% of the equity he has in the company this week, netting about £340 million in the sale as a result.

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