Online Casino and Gambling News: June 2019

Congress Acts to Defund Wire Act Enforcement

This week the U.S. Congress has taken steps toward blocking funding for the enforcement of the 1961 Wire Act, protecting states that have legalized online betting.

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Veikkaus Adds NetEnt Games

Gaming firm Veikkaus announced that they've added new games to their online platform after signing a content agreement with NetEnt.

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Leonbets Adds Evoplay Entertainment Games to Library

Online betting group Leonbets has announced that they've added content from Evoplay Entertainment, bolstering their offering with more than 60 slots as well as table games.

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New York Senate Passes Mobile Betting Bill

The New York state Senate passed SB17D by a 57-5 margin, giving the go-ahead for the legalization of mobile betting in the state.

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IWG Signs Content Deal With Leander

Casino gaming group IWG has announced that they've signed a content deal with Leander Games and will have their games integrated into the LeGa Remote Gaming Server.

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Ninja Casino Has Swedish Gaming License Yanked

Ninja Casino has had its Swedish gaming license pulled by the country's gaming regulator after the casino's parent company failed to comply with social responsibility and anti-money laundering regulations.

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Red Tiger Launches Tournament Feature

Casino game software firm Red Tiger announced this week that they've launched a new tournament feature that will offer the chance to win big prizes during competitions.

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$3,033,153 Mega Moolah Mega Jackpot Hit

Today a lucky slot player hit it big when they struck the Mega Moolah Mega Jackpot, taking home a huge $3,033,153 prize in the process.

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Scout Gaming Gets Malta Gaming License

Betting firm Scout Gaming Group has announced that they've been granted a gaming license from the Malta Gaming Authority and will now be able to offer their games to casinos sanctioned by the betting authority.

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Google Okays New Jersey Sportsbetting Ads

Search engine group Google Ads has approved of the publication of ads from New Jersey sportsbetting operators, easing into a market for online operators that could help boost wagers.

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