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France: Gambler sues French government

Gambling addict files $133,000 lawsuit against French government contending they should have blocked his access to online poker sites.

London poker club to hold leg of Genting Poker Series

The Fox Poker Club in London’s West End will play host to the second leg of the new £800,000 guaranteed Genting Poker Series.

30,000 visit new casino in first three days

30,000 people visit England's new super casino in its first three days.

UK gambling revenue rise expected

Revenue growth estimated to be 4.1 percent annually once 16 new casinos open in Britain.

Britain's biggest casino opens

Britain's largest casino Aspers Stratford City opens.

Betfair critical of Germany's gambling plan

Betfair lodges another complaint with European Commission over German gambling liberalisation plan.

Online gaming industry unhappy with Greek law

The European Gaming and Betting Association and the Remote Gambling Association filed a complaint with the European Commission regarding the recently adopted Greek online gambling law.

Online Betting Companies protest Greek law

Online gambling companies complain to the EU about Greece's gambling law which insists new operators are based in the country.

Greeks off gambling, Opap Q3 shows

Opap see profit fall 16 percent, amid Greece's austerity.

Unibet signs agreement to acquire the Solfive Group and re-enter the french market

Unibet to acquire 100 per cent of shares of French company Solfive SAS, owner of SPS Betting France SAS.

Ireland: Minister still mulling online gambling tax

Irish Finance Minister indicates country still intends to pursue legislation that will tax online bets placed within the state.

France Gaming Supplier Regulatory Overview

UK: Racing levy deal looking hopeful

Deadline for parties to agree British horse racing levy deal is midnight tonight.

Gambling and the Law: Sweden gets it mostly right

The Supreme Court of Sweden has just ruled that poker is either a game of skill or a game of luck, depending upon the rules. Although this sounds like a joke, the Court got it almost completely correct.

William Hill downgraded after staffing challenges

William Hill hire ex-Israeli intelligence officers after staff revolt.

WSOPE breaking records in France

The fifth annual World Series of Poker Europe has been a major success in its first year at the Le Croisette Casino in Cannes, France.

Greece accused of flouting EU state aid rules

A complaint has been made to the European Commission over Greece's gambling laws.

KPMG to host iGaming conference

The second KPMG eGaming Summit on the Isle of Man will be held on Nov. 22 at the Mount Murray Hotel.

Irish bookies want tablet technology

Irish bookies want tablet technology in shops, in discussion with government.

Greek gambling company extends monopoly

Greek gambling company OPAP has agreed to pay 935 million euros to the government to extend its monopoly until 2030.

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