Online Casino and Gambling News: October 2018

$1,190,793 Millionaire Genie Jackpot Won

Earlier today a punter rubbed the magic lamp and walked away a winner as they took home the Millionaire Genie Jackpot for $1,190,793.

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Cherry Profits Up During Third Quarter of 2018

Internet betting group Cherry AB has announced their third quarter financial results, revealing that revenues were up substantially during the period.

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Betway to Promote Responsible Gaming Week

Internet betting group Betway announced that they're doing their part to promote Responsible Gambling Week by putting up promo boards during two matches at West Ham United.

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Caesars Signs Sportsbetting Agreements With Devils, 76ers

Land betting giant Caesars Entertainment has announced that they've signed sportsbetting agreements with the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia 76ers and will see them working to promote sportsbetting tied to each team as a result.

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Nevada Sportsbetting Numbers Rise in September

This week the Nevada Gaming Control Board revealed that sportsbetting numbers were up in September, bringing in $991.2 million in revenues during the period.

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Mr Green Adds Greentube Games

Casino game developer Greentube announced this week that they've inked a supply deal with Mr Green and will begin offering their games at the casino as a result.

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PokerStars NJ to Get Evolution Live Dealer Games

This week The Stars Group announced that they've reached an agreement with Evolution Gaming and will add the live dealer developer's games to their PokerStars Casino NJ site as a result.

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California to Work on Closing Illegal Card Rooms

The state of California is working to shut down the bevy of illegal card rooms operating in the Golden State by rescinding loose rules that currently allow the rooms to operate.

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Cayman Islands Lawmakers to Clamp Down on Illegal Betting

Politicians in the Cayman Islands are working to clamp down on illegal betting within their territory, as they've introduced a bill that would up the punishment for offering illicit wagering.

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Online Gambling Firms to Pay Higher Tax in UK

The UK's lowering of maximum bets on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) is going to cause a significant shortfalls in tax revenues, and online gambling companies are going to see a tax hike to close the gap for the shortage.

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