Online Casino and Gambling News: November 2018

Record Setting NFL Game Causes William Hill to Take 7 Figure Loss

Last night's Monday Night Football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams was an offensive explosion with 105 points scored, way more than the 64 over under number that William Hill posted. That result saw the bookmaker take a large seven figure loss for the event.

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DFS Generates $1.3 Million in Tax Money for Pennsylvania

This week the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board revealed that daily fantasy sports has generated $1.38 million in tax revenue for the state, which is before any full legalized sportsbetting has been implemented.

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Bede and IWG Sign Content Deal

Internet casino game group Bede Gaming has announced that they've signed a content deal with Instant Win Gaming (IWG) and will distribute the developer's games through their PLAY Platform as a result.

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Inspired to Provide Virtual Sports to BetStars

This week betting site BetStars announced that they've signed Inspired Entertainment to a content deal and will offer the group's virtual sports titles as a result.

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Congressman Pushes for Federal Regulation of Sportsbetting

Last week U.S. Representative Jim Sensenbrenner (Republican, Wisconsin) wrote a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, urging that the federal government get involved in the regulation of sportsbetting within the country.

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Partypoker Launches 'My Lounge' for Live Tournaments

Internet poker group partypoker has announced that they're giving players at live tournaments an exclusive spot to relax with 'My Lounge'.

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€4,025,328 Hall of Gods Mega Jackpot Won

Over the weekend a punter hit the NetEnt Hall of Gods Mega Jackpot, taking home a huge €4,025,328 cash prize in the process.

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Groove Gaming Signs Content Deal With Vulkan

Internet casino game aggregate has announced that they've signed a deal with Vulkan and will distribute betting games to the group's brands as a result.

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New Atlantic City Casinos Eating Revenues of Older Spots

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement posted October gaming revenues for Atlantic City, revealing that new properties are eating away at the revenues of existing locations.

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New Jersey Sportsbetting Wagers Hit $500 Million

New Jersey's sportsbetting market continues to grow, as punters wagered $260 million in October, up 40% from the month prior.

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