Online Casino News Roundup from Week of November 14
In the online casino industry, breaking news is a daily occurrence. From the latest laws to changes at the biggest companies, you never know which story is going to be published next.
Nevada and Online Poker: A Budding Romance?
Will Nevada begin issuing online poker licenses in 2012? Mark Lipparelli, the Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Board, noted last week at the US Online Gaming Law Conference that the state could begin to accept licenses as soon as February 2012. Read the full article here
Spanish Online Gaming Licenses On The Rise
European operators are beginning to realize the benefits of applying for a general Spanish online gambling license. The number of license applications is growing quickly. Read the full article here
Sportsbetting and the NBA Lockout Fallout
With no end in sight, the NBA lockout is beginning to effect fans around the world – including those interested in sportsbetting. Read the full article here
Online Poker to be discussed at House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade Hearing
Rep. John Campbell along with American Gaming Association president Frank Fahrenkopf are set to discuss online poker regulation at Friday’s House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade hearing. Read the full article here
Caesars Entertainment Ready to Launch US Online Poker Room
Gary Loveman, CEO of Caesars Entertainment, is excited to launch a US based online poker room – if the time comes. During a conference held to discuss third-quarter earnings, Loveman touched on the subject of online poker legislation. Read the full article here
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