Online Casino and Gambling News: January 2018

Michigan Lottery Gets Affiliate Program With Income Access

The state of Michigan has had a successful online lottery program for the past few years, and now the organization is expanding by launching an affiliate program with Income Access, offering cash to sites that refer Michiganders to gamble on the state-run website.

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Betland Adds Questionable BetSoft Games

Italian betting group Betland has announced that they've signed a content deal with BetSoft, and will add the questionable 3D video slots to their library, including the different progressive jackpots that have been shown to be unwinnable.

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Net Ent Teases 'Twin Spin Deluxe', Will Release Wednesday

Swedish casino game developer Net Ent has announced the upcoming release of their newest video slot 'Twin Spin Deluxe', which will serve as a direct sequel to the neon predecessor 'Twin Spin'.

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Details on WinADay $103,030 Jackpot Emerge

Just before Christmas we reported that the WinADay Jackpot had been won for $103,030. Today, details emerged on the big win, with a 30 year old IT worker hitting it big.

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Problem Gambler Stole £2,000 from Widowed Mother-in-Law

A gambling addict in the UK has been ordered to pay back the £2,000 he stole from his widowed mother-in-law in order to feed his gambling addiction, but somehow managed to avoid jail time in the case.

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Philippines Pushing 1,400% Hike on Casino Entrance Fees

The Philippines is taking steps to keep low income gamblers from entering betting destinations by proposing upping the entrance fees at casinos by up to 1,400% around the country.

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Rhode Island Considering Online Gambling

The state of Rhode Island is possibly considering legalizing and regulating online gambling within their tiny borders in an effort to pad their coffers and coverage some budget issues.

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Ladbrokes Reveals That They Pay Women 15% Less Than Men

UK gaming firm Ladbrokes Coral revealed that they have a gender pay disparity within their company, paying women 15% less per hour than men for the same position.

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5 Online Gambling Sites in UK May Lose Licenses

A slew of online casino sites that have UK gaming licenses are facing potential loss of their gaming licenses as the UK Gambling Commission has warned that they aren't doing enough to stop criminals from laundering money, with five facing the strongest scrutiny.

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Two Iowa Casinos Fined For Violating Self-Exclusion Rules

This week it was revealed that the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission fined two casinos in the Hawkeye State for violating self-exclusion policies with three punters, who either entered their casinos or were given promotional material.

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