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UK Bookmakers Face Worst Summer

International News Brief: Bookmakers face their worst summer ever if England win Euro 2004 and Tim Henman lifts the men's singles title at Wimbledon.

Mikohn's CasinoLink Chosen by Porto Carras

Mikohn Europe reports that the Porto Carras Grand Casino Resort in Halkidiki, northern Greece has chosen Mikohn's CasinoLink Management System.

Bookies Bet Big on Tiger

International News Brief: Britain's biggest betting firms have given Tiger Woods his most generous odds going into a major since 1997.

Russia Gripped by Euro 2004 Fever

International News Brief: The national soccer team may once again break Russians' hearts by crashing out of Euro 2004 with a loss to Portugal on Wednesday, but until then the country remains in the grip of soccer fever.

Albania Wants to Bet on Casinos

International News Brief: Albania wants casinos to place a $10 million bet on the Balkan country but its Finance Ministry says the wager may be too much to attract any punters.

Football's Fears Over Gambling Reform

International News Brief: A government-inspired crackdown on gambling took both the industry and the City by surprise yesterday and has sparked fears about levels of investment by UK leisure operators.

Gambling Laws 'Will Protect Young'

International News Brief: Tougher controls to protect youngsters and vulnerable gamblers will be part of the shake-up of gaming laws, the government announced today.

Fears over Gambling Industry Shake-Up

International News Brief: A planned government shake-up of outdated gaming laws will introduce tougher controls to protect youngsters and vulnerable gamblers – but is a “massive missed opportunity”, according to casino bosses.

Ladbrokes Fantasy Betting Launched

Ladbrokes launched a new white label site in June:, created specifically for Euro 2004.

Betting Chains Face New Limits on Data

International News Brief: William Hill Plc and its competitors are violating European Union law when they use data on horse racing and other sports events without permission, an aide at Europe's highest court said.

iGGBA Opens Up Brussels Office

The interactive Gaming, Gambling and Betting Association (iGGBA) have opened an office in Brussels.

Bookie Offers Odd on Summer Heat Spell

International News Brief: William Hill is offering 12/1 odds that temperatures will beat last summer's sweltering temperatures.

GTECH Provides Terminals for Spanish Organization for Blind

GTECH Holdings reports that the has exercised an option in its existing agreement with GTECH for the provision of an additional 7,000 handheld lottery terminals.

Unibet Makes Stockholmsborsen List

International News Brief: The gambling operator Unibet Group has been listed on Stockholmsborsen's O list.

UK's Bingo Clubs Growing

International News Brief: At the end of March last year, Britain boasted 699 commercial bingo clubs which collectively catered to over three million paying members.

Ladbrokes Bets on Feng Shui

International News Brief: Ladbrokes has called in a feng shui expert to discover why customers keep raking in the money.

British Jockey Club Responds to Accusations

International News Brief: The British Jockey Club has reacted with disbelief to the claim of Chris Bell of the Ladbrokes bookmaking firm that at least one race a day in Britain is fixed.

UK Bookmaker: One Race a Day is Fixed

International News Brief: The integrity of U.K. horse racing was once again in question after the head of Ladbrokes claimed that at least one race every day in Britain is fixed.

U.K. Health Experts Worried About Gaming Laws

International News Brief: Plans to liberalise gambling laws and allow Las Vegas-style casino resorts in Britain risk leaving more people in poverty and suffering from mental health problems, according to a public health expert.

Bookies Bet Blair Will Leave

International News Brief: British bookmakers are reporting a surge in bets that Tony Blair will leave his post as prime minister before the next general election.

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