Online Casino and Gambling News: December 2017

Yggdrasil Signs Deal with Eurobet

Internet gaming software developer Yggdrasil Gaming has announced that they've signed a deal with Eurobet, expanding into the Italian gaming market.

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€4,278,261 Mega Moolah Mega Jackpot Hit

Over the weekend a player became instantly wealthy when they struck the Mega Moolah Mega Jackpot for a huge €4,278,261 jackpot prize.

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Cha-Ching!: WinADay Jackpot Hit for $103,028

Over the weekend a punter cashed in when they hit the WinADay Progressive Jackpot for a nice $103,028, which came in just in time for Christmas.

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Playtech's Live Dealers Get Festive

Internet betting group Playtech is getting into the Christmas spirit by introducing a holiday theme to their live dealer studio, which can be played through the season.

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MultiLotto Adds Net Ent Games

Internet lottery and casino group Multilotto has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Net Ent and will offer the developer's games as a result.

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Bet365 Wins Trademark Infringement Case

Internet gaming group bet365 has prevailed in a trademark infringement case that it has been fighting for nearly a decade.

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Wazdan Releases 'Fruit Fiesta' Slot

Internet betting group Wazdan has announced the release of their newest video slot 'Fruit Fiesta', which takes players south of the border for a chance to win big.

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Dream Come True: €3,349,389 Mega Fortune Dreams Mega Jackpot Won

Today a punter playing Net Ent's Mega Fortune Dreams slot hit it big when they struck the Mega Fortune Dreams Mega Jackpot for a large €3,349,389 cash prize.

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New Jersey Online Revenue Soars (Yet Again)

New Jersey's online gambling market continued to grow in November as the state saw online numbers surge 20% from last year to $20.6 million.

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U.S. Couple Plead Guilty to Million Dollar Gambling Ring

This week a husband and wife in Massachusetts pleaded guilty to jointly operating an illegal gambling ring across state lines, generating more than $1 million in revenue.

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