Online Casino News Roundup from Week of November 21
There were plenty of breaking stories in the online casino industry this past week. Full Tilt Poker was back in the news – and that was just the start.
Unibet Returns to France with Purchase of Solfive Group
Unibet signed an agreement to acquire the Solfive Group. With this acquisition, the company will re-enter the French market with the backing of its well known brand. Read the full article here
Full Tilt Poker: What’s In Store?
It is no surprise to anybody at this point: Full Tilt Poker was finally sold to Groupe Bernard Tapie. While the deal is complete, the future of Full Tilt Poker is still up in the air. Read the full article here
Bruce Bozsum, Al D’Amato Fight for Online Poker in Congress
Mohegan Tribe Chairman Bruce Bozsum and former US Senator Al D’Amato are fighting for the legalization of online poker in the United States. Tribal gaming is a topic that could be very important to the legalization of US based online gambling. Read the full article here
Chris Ferguson files claim on behalf of Full Tilt companies worth almost $100m
Chris Ferguson recently filed a claim in an attempt to reclaim nearly $100 million in funds on behalf of Full Tilt Poker companies. Read the full article here
Four Reasons Bernard Tapie Wants Full Tilt
On the surface, it may appear that Bernard Tapie made a big mistake by purchasing Full Tilt Poker. But is this really the case? There are many reasons why Tapie feels that this is a good deal. Read the full article here
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