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APCW Perspectives: Net neutrality and online gaming threatened

The Federal Trade Commission (FCC) in the U.S. is poised to kill net neutrality within two weeks. What would that decision mean for online gambling and the internet in general? Also, the U.K. Gambling Commission is teaming with the Advertising Standards Authority, and the results are getting, well, stupid.

SportPesa partners with Microgame

Ahead of a launch into the Italian market, the two companies will deliver an online sportsbook and casino, with poker, virtual games, table games and bingo products.

Authentic Gaming enters agreement with Go Wild Gaming

The operator will make use of Authentic's full suite of live casino products, including Authentic Roulette.

Golden Palace awarded A+ license in Belgium

The brand has upgraded its portfolio of casino games, added sports betting and increased its number of live dealer games from Ezugi.

APCW Perspectives: Industry issues in Germany and Belgium

This week's news comes from Europe and the U.K., where things are getting a bit chippy for online gambling. J. Todd also has an update on the legal action against the parent company for Affiliate Edge and a special offer from Intertops.

Authentic Gaming partners with Royal Casino Group

Live roulette will be streamed from a Danish land-based casino for the first time under the terms of the deal.

US player wins WSOPE Super High Roller event

Though no bracelet was up for grabs, Dan Shak eagerly topped a field of 21 entries to earn a €210,112 payday.

Gambling Business Group develops cashless payment system

Designed for the U.K. AGC and bingo sectors, the system processes debit card transactions via an intermediary kiosk, which then supplies Game Play Tickets.

Dutch player wins Little One for One Drop event at WSOPE

Albert Hoekendijk became the fifth Dutch bracelet winner in WSOP history when he took home his first bracelet and the €170,764 prize.

NetEnt enters Czech Republic with Tipsport

The country's leading sports betting company is now offering NetEnt's selection of award-winning games to players.

German poker pro wins High Roller for One Drop tournament at WSOPE

Dominik Nitsche earned his fourth gold bracelet and €3,487,463 during the biggest buy-in World Series of Poker tournament of 2017.

APCW Perspectives: Pennsylvania and other big wins

Though the U.S. state of Pennsylvania has already secured a win for online gambling, opponents are continuing to rail against it. Could this mean anything for the U.K.? And what will the U.K. do about FOBTs? Plus, what can be learned from the travel industry?

Casual poker player wins Colossus event at WSOPE

Matous Skorepa earned €270,015, more than ten times his previous total earnings, at what turned out to be the biggest event ever at a WSOPE.

PokerStars Championship heads to Prague

The $100,000 championship, running from 7-18 December at the Hilton Prague, will feature big names in poker and daily events.

PokerStars Festival will kick off in London

The first Festival of 2018 will take place at the Hippodrome Casino from 22-28 January.

Businessman takes down poker pro in WSOPE Pot-Limit Omaha event

Lukas Zaskodny bested poker powerhouse Allen "Chainsaw" Kessler during a brutal three-handed match, walking away with €93,677.

Authentic Gaming strikes deal with Multilotto

The online lottery site will provide its players in the U.K. and Irish markets with Authentic's live casino products.

Czech player wins WSOPE turbo bounty hunter event

Martin Kabrhel captured his first gold bracelet and €53,557 after besting the table at the inaugural No-Limit Hold'em Turbo Bounty Hunter event.

APCW Perspectives: Spooky news from the UK

J. Todd has some horrifying Halloween news from the U.K., where the Gambling Commission is on a killing spree. He's also following breaking news out of Pennsylvania and several stories in the GPWA forums.

Poker pro Phil Ivey loses $10 million case in UK Supreme Court

The court has spoken, and Ivey, who won $10 million last year while playing Punto Banco by using a technique called edge sorting, will not see any of the money. But many are unhappy with this decision.

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