Online Casino and Gambling News: March 2018

Danske Spil Launches Youbet in Denmark

Danish gaming group Danske Spil announced today that they've launched their new brand Youbet within Denmark, allowing players to get in on a new slate of games.

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Gaming Innovation Group in Content With Push Gaming

Internet casino game developer Push Gaming has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Gaming Innovation Group and will offer their games on the platform as a result.

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SkyBet Failed to Protect Self-Excluded Punters, Fined £1 Million

Internet betting site SkyBet has been handed down a hefty £1 million fine by the UK Gambling Commission after failing to comply with the country's self-exclusion laws.

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Spinzwin Casino Gets Revamped Site

Online casino betting site Spinzwin Casino announced this week that they've re-launched their website, bringing an updated look and feel to players who access it through desktop and mobile devices.

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Paddy Power Betfair Self Exclusion Tool Gets Simplified

Paddy Power Betfair revealed that they've made it easier for punters to self-exclude themselves from the company's betting sites, allowing for players to simply click a button to stop betting there.

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GVC's Ladbrokes Purchase Approved of By UK High Court

This week the UK High Court approved of online betting group GVC Holdings purchase of Ladbrokes Coral for a huge £4 billion pricetag.

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UK Gambling Commission Considers Banning Credit Card Deposits

This week the UK Gambling Commission is considering putting a plan in place that would make it impossible for punters to deposit to online casinos using credit cards.

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Australia Considering Ban on Lottery Bets

The government of Australia is considering a ban on betting on the outcome of lottery games within the country, potentially causing big name online operators like Lottoland from operating on the continent.

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IGT and Boyd Gaming to Offer VR Archery Tournaments

Land betting groups International Game Technology and Boyd Gaming are beginning to offer a new product to customers looking for a way to draw in younger players.

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NoLimit City and iGaming Platform in Content Deal

Internet betting software group NoLimit City has announced that they've signed a content deal with iGaming Platform, and will offer their games on the group's gaming platform as a result.

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