Online Casino and Gambling News: August 2018

Relax Launches Silver Bullet Platform

Internet betting group Relax Gaming has announced that they've released their newest platform, which they're dubbing Silver Bullet.

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Pennsylvania GCB Lays Two Huge Fines on Casinos

This week two Pennsylvania casinos were handed large fines by the state's Gaming Control Board, totaling $160,000, the latest set of fines issued in the Keystone State.

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PokerStars WCOOP Event Will Have $70 Million Purse

This year's PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker is gearing up to begin on September 2nd, and the company announced that there will be a $70 million prize purse for the events.

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LeoVegas Applies for Swedish License

Internet casino group LeoVegas has announced that they've applied for a Swedish gaming license, becoming the latest company to try and get in on the upcoming regulated market.

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ORYX and Aspire in Content Deal

Gaming developer ORYX has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Aspire Global, which will see the latter offering the former's titles on their platform as a result.

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Vietnam Will Cut Down on Gaming Red Tape

Vietnam's Ministry of Finance is looking to cut down on bureaucracy within the country, which could help create a boom in the gambling industry there.

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Luckbox and OMEGA Systems in Content Deal

eSports group Luckbox has announced that they've signed a deal with OMEGA Systems and will integrate the latter's gaming platform on to their betting site as a result.

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Bethard Enters Danish Gaming Market

Casino game operator Bethard announced this week that they've entered the Danish market, expanding into another territory and becoming a major player within Europe.

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Microgaming Releases Rainbrew Slot

Casino game giant Microgaming has announced that they've launched their newest video slot 'Rainbrew', which has been developed by Just For The Win in a collaborative effort between the two groups.

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Poker Pro Given 12 Year Prison Sentence

Professional poker player and scam artist Bill Jordanou was given a 12 year prison sentence for running a scheme that defrauded his victims to the tune of $53 million.

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