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Cantor Gaming Signs Deal With Heavy Metal Magazine

Cantor Gaming, operator of Cantor Casino, have signed a deal with fantasy publication Heavy Metal magazine to bring you a new range of exclusive games based on characters from within the pages of Heavy Metal later this summer. Heavy Metal is owned by Kevin Eastman, co-creator of the highly successful Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brand. It is a comic book aimed at adults, and a movie based on the works of Eastman is due to be released in ... Read more

UEFA Euro 2008 Final Decided – Spain V Germany

Arsenal star Cesc Fabregas scored a hat-trick of set-ups to send Spain leaping into the final three goals ahead of a beleaguered Russian team. Coming on as a substitute, he initiated a skilful one-two pass with Xavi Hernandez after 50 minutes and then repeated the trick with Daniel Guiza and David Silva at 73 and 82 minutes respectively. The Spaniards, however, didn't occupy any advantage on ball possession until 19 minutes into the second half and ... Read more

Allslots Casino VIP Has A Fruity Party

AllSlots, a popular and leading online casino who boast a membership to the renowned Jackpot Factory group, announced another big winner at the premier website. The $341k progressive jackpot win came on the online slot game called Fruit Fiesta, which comes in two versions: a classic 3-reel slot version and colorful 5-reel video slot version. A slot aficionado, Tonya said, "Thank you so much. I have enjoyed many years [at your casino, but] I have never ... Read more


ENTERTAINING WEEKEND READING FOR ONLINE GAMBLERS Two interesting industry stories There was some good weekend reading available for followers of the industry as InfoPowa went to press Saturday - a long article on Calvin Ayre and Bodog in the latest edition of Fast Company magazine, and a video-streamed interview with poker pro Annie Duke on the online poker scandal that continues to reverberate around both mainstream and industry media. Writer Josh Dean "was dragged to Macau" to interview Bodog founder Calvin Ayre ... Read more


ONLINE BINGO A GROWING BUSINESS More websites and more action in Europe says expert The online bingo industry in Europe is poised for growth, writes industry expert Joe Saumarez-Smith in Bloomberg news this week, backing his assertion with some interesting statistics in a useful overview of the sector.  Saumarez-Smith reveals that Britain is the world's most developed online bingo market, with the number of websites growing from 17 in 2004 to 243 in June 2008, according to Phil Fraser of Which Bingo, ... Read more


MORE KOREAN RESTRICTIONS Online cash transactions to be limited South Korean gamers face further restrictions on their disposable income following a proposal by Korean regulators to place limits on Internet cash transactions in an attempt to curb online gambling. The Korea Times reports that players are already limited to only $290 a month, but players have found ways to circumvent these limitations. In future, those who make 'large' virtual cash transactions in order to gamble online could be fined up to $20 000 ... Read more


[COLOR="Navy"]NEW DIRECTOR FOR ISLE OF MAN GAMBLING[/COLOR] Gambling Supervision Commission appoints Steve Brennan The Gambling Supervision Commission on the Isle of Man, licensing jurisdiction for many reputable online gambling firms, has announced the appointment of Steve Brennan as director.  It is understood that Brennan was previously a senior manager in the Income Tax Division of the government's Treasury department, which provides resources to the island's licensing authorities. Brennan will be responsibile for the licensing and regulation of all online and terrestrial gambling ... Read more


ARE POLITICS SLOWING DOWN THE E.C.? Fears expressed that European Commission action is being delayed by political considerations A spokesman for the head of the European Commission, Charlie McCreevy, has discounted claims that the enforcement arm of the EU is under political pressure to go slow in its attempts to demolish national barriers to European gambling competition, Reuters reports. The EC has investigations going on 10 of the 27 European Union member states, mainly concerned with state monopolies in gambling excluding competition from ... Read more


LAND CASINO UNIONS WORRY ABOUT ONLINE GAMBLING Internet and mobile gambling raised at global union meeting Judging by comments from global gambling union delegates meeting in Switzerland this week, the online and mobile gambling industry should not expect too much support from this quarter. Gambling unions in Argentina, Australia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Malaysia, Netherlands, Spain and the USA sent delegates to the event. The delegates were attending a UNI Global union meeting in Nyon, Switzerland, where the casino chapter made several references to ... Read more


J.P. MORGAN PESSIMISTIC ON WHAT'S LEFT OF 2008 Wall Street analyst expects second half 2008 to be tough Las Vegas land casino operators were keeping a careful eye on share prices as the week closed following depressing predictions on Las Vegas land gambling by the respected business analyst group J.P. Morgan. The company expects the second half of 2008 to be one of the most difficult periods for Las Vegas Strip casino operators since the terrorist attacks of 2001, Associated Press reports. Las Vegas ... Read more
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