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Tabcorp Suing Victoria Gov't in Pokie Dustup

Tabcorp sues Victorian government $600 million over poker machine licensing dust up. Premier says payment won't happen. ... Read more

Schleswig-Holstein Awards 5 Sports Betting Licenses

There's five more gaming companies that can legally operate in the German marketplace with licenses, as approved by Schleswig-Holstein. ... Read more

Prepare for Lower Commission Models: US Regulation Tip #9

Expect commission models to be lower in the regulated U.S. gaming market. Find more players and offset costs to prepare. ... Read more

Schlesweig Holstein Abandons Gaming Liberalization

Schlesweig Holstein abandons gaming liberalization in favor of State Treaty. It look's like they won't be Germany's Las Vegas after all. ... Read more

Monmouth Park To Offer First New Jersey Sports Betting

Monmouth Race Track is the first gaming outlet to apply for a New Jersey sports betting license under the state's new gaming laws. The race track is, however, hedging their bets until legal fights with the NFL and Feds are done. ... Read more

Think Beyond Poker SEO: US Regulation Tip #8

iGaming affiliates preparing to operate in the regulated U.S. market need to think beyond SEO in terms of how to acquire players. ... Read more

DOJ Seeks Help Reimbursing Full Tilt Poker Players

After receiving $224 million from PokerStars for the assets of Full Tilt Poker (FTP), the US Department of Justice is looking for help dispersing the money owed to American FTP player accounts. ... Read more

Get To Know Indian Tribes for Online Gambling: US Regulation Tip #7

Understanding Native American tribes could become a crucial aspect for affiliates hoping to work in the legal U.S. iGaming space. ... Read more

Germany Sets Sports Betting License Deadline

Germany has announced a deadline for sports betting license applicants and it's not making applicants happy. Some are alleging that the whole process favors state run betting shops. ... Read more

Google Fined for Safari Privacy Violations

Google is paying $22.5 million in fines to the FTC for overriding Safari browser privacy settings. It's a record fine, but it's not the first time Google's been down this road. ... Read more
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