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BINGO LAUNCHED AT 32RED – Vegas Partner Announces Brand Phase Outs

BINGO LAUNCHED AT 32RED

Online casino continues to offer diversity
Popular online casino 32Red.com has launched its much-anticipated Microgaming-powered Internet bingo offering. CEO Ed Ware, says the launch follows that of mobile casino operations by the company with the goal of offering customers a diversity of entertainment options. 
He hinted at further developments by saying that the new products mark "…the beginning of many exciting new ventures for 32Red."
32RedBingo will feature 90 ball bingo, along with an online chat facility, chat games, and casino games. Bonuses will be available through bingo promotions, monthly offers and match bonuses connected to player deposits.
Across at VPL, the management has announced the shelving of some well known online casino brands.
In a communication with players the group disclosed that significant growth has prompted a decision to phase out six casino brands "…in order to provide both our players and affiliates, with a more streamlined product of the highest quality."
Starting Tuesday the 25th of March 2008, the following brands will be phased out:
Arthurian Casino
777 Dragon Casino
Casino US/UK
Slots Royale Casino
Miami Paradise Casino
Poker Room LA
"The casino itself will still accommodate existing players; although we will not accept any new registrations," management advises. "The websites will also remain, and allow incoming players to download one of the remaining casinos from our group, and enjoy uninterrupted service."

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SCOTS CREDIT CONTROLLER UNDER INVESTIGATION

SCOTS CREDIT CONTROLLER UNDER INVESTIGATION
Credit controller may have taken £1 million to fund online poker passion.
Newspapers in Scotland are reporting that a telecom company worker has been accused blowing £1million of his company's cash playing Internet poker – allegedly at William Hill.
 
Chris Proudfoot (25) has apparently fled his parents' home and is in hiding, but a friend disclosed to reporters that it was rumoured Proudfoot was playing high stakes poker and ended up in financial difficulties.
 
"The word is that he was playing high-stakes poker online and got himself in too deep," the friend said. "It's a shock to think that Chris has been gambling away his employers' money. We never had him down as a gambling addict. He doesn't go to the bookies in town and we've never known him to bet on anything."
 
Proudfoot worked for several years as a finance and credit controller for Inverness telecom firm HIGHnet.
 
HIGHnet bosses asked Proudfoot to clear his desk five weeks ago and called in the fraud squad.
 
Detectives are expected to spend months poring over the company's books and following the alleged trail of bets. It's understood more than £1million could be missing but the exact figure won't be known until the police have finished their investigation.
 
Proudfoot lived with his parents in Scorguie, Inverness. But he left home a couple of weeks ago and is lying low. His mother denied that her son had "done a runner" and said he was available if police wanted to speak to him.
 
A spokeswoman for HIGHnet confirmed: "We made a complaint to the police against Mr Proudfoot. We are co-operating with the police and Mr Proudfoot no longer works for the company. We cannot comment further as this is an ongoing investigation. There isn't a final figure."
 
A Northern Constabulary spokesman said: "Investigations are at an early stage."

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