Online Casino and Gambling News: December 2018

William Hill Reviewing Digital Jobs, Some May Lose Positions

UK betting firm William Hill announced last week that they're taking a look at 100 digital positions it holds at their three locations, with some employees potentially losing their jobs as a result.

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Relax Gaming to Provide Games to Blue Ocean Gaming

Internet betting software developer Relax Gaming announced that they've signed a content deal with Blue Ocean Gaming and will offer their games on the latter's platform as a result.

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Missouri to Consider Legalizing Sportsbetting

A Missouri politician introduced a bill this week in the state's Senate that would legalize sportsbetting within the state, making Missouri the latest spot to consider the activity since the Supreme Court overturned a sportsbetting ban.

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Poland Licenses Two More Sportsbooks

This week Poland's Ministry of Finance licensed two new sportsbetting company, now bringing the number of licensees to 14 in the country.

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Indian Police Arrest 10 for Gambling in Khajuri

This week police in the Indian town of Khajuri arrested 10 people on suspicion of illegal gambling, seizing playing cards and 104,035 rupees in the process.

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Macau Gaming Revenues Rise 8.5% in November

Macau had a bang-up month of November, as Gross Gaming Revenues surged 8.5%, bringing in $3.1 billion to casino operators.

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Man Stole £1 Million from Employer to Gamble Online

This week a Norwich man pleaded guilty to stealing £1 million from his employer in order to gamble online, and now faces up to five years in prison.

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Quickspin Enters Italian Online Market

Internet betting group Quickspin announced that they've entered a partnership with PokerStars and will gain access to the Italian betting market as a result.

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