Online Casino and Gambling News: May 2018

Kenya Rejects Proposal to Lower Betting Tax

The government of Kenya has voted to reject a proposal to lower the tax paid by gambling operators, which currently carries a hefty 35% rate.

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Delaware Set to Legalize Sportsbetting

The state of Delaware is wasting no time in working to legalize sportsbetting, as lawmakers working to legalize the activity imminently, with wagers to be offered by early June.

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New Jersey Online Revenues Up Again in April

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released New Jersey's online betting numbers for April, revealing the Garden State pulled in more than $23 million during the month.

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MP Wants UK FOBT-Style Changes in Australia

A day after the United Kingdom approved of slashing the maximum bet on fixed odds betting terminals to £2, an Australian MP wants to bring those same regulations to his country.

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Gaming Innovation Group Adds Nolimit City Games

This week betting firms Gaming Innovation Group and Nolimit City revealed that they've struck a content supply deal that will see the latter's game integrated into GiG's casino brands.

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Play'n GO Launches 'Hugo Goal'

Internet casino game developer Play'n GO is gearing up for the World Cup with the release of Hugo Goal, a video slot that melds soccer with the popular Danish comic character Hugo.

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Betdigital Launches Three New Games

Internet casino game developer Betdigital has announced that they've released three new video slots, helping to propel a company that is already having a solid 2018.

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Monmouth Park Delays Sportsbetting Launch

New Jersey horseracing track Monmouth Park postponed plans to begin offering bets on sports on Memorial Day after it was revealed that the state senate has a bill that would blacklist operators who begin taking wagers before regulations are fully in place.

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UK Officially Lowers FOBT Bet Max to £2

Today the government of the United Kingdom announced that they've cut the max bet limit on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) to £2 from the previous max of £100.

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Churchill Downs Signs Sportsbetting Deal With SBTech

American horseracing and betting group Churchill Downs Inc. has announced that they've inked a deal with to help facilitate a way to enter the U.S. sportsbetting industry in the wake of the Supreme Court throwing out a ban on the activity.

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