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Blair defends casino policy

International News Brief: UK Prime Minister Tony Blair defended the government's stalled casino policy, insisting that the casinos would bring much needed investment and regeneration to some of Britain's regional cities.

36th e-gambling licence granted

International News Brief: Alderney has granted another company a licence to operate online betting on the island.

Poker clubs bet on legal action

International News Brief: Tessa Jowell faces fresh embarrassment from her controversial Gambling Act as the UK's poker clubs join forces to challenge the new legislation.

German court rules on casino monopoly case

nternational News Brief: Germany's top constitutional court upheld a state-run casino monopoly in Bavaria, ruling the law is properly designed to protect the public.

Easy Computing, Poker Academy sign deal

asy Computing today announced an agreement with Poker Academy, the leading Texas Holdem poker software developer, to publish "Poker Academy Texas Holdem" for the PC in Belgium and the Netherlands.

Hungarian casino planned

nternational News Brief: Lukale Investment and Development is also involved in the project to build a vast casino and other entertainment facilities in Bezenye, a Hungarian town of 1,650 people at the Hungarian-Slovakian-Austrian border.

UK court examines casino rules

International News Brief: The High Court is to review rules surrounding new UK casinos to answer operators' complaints that existing venues would be hit hard by a planned wave of Las Vegas-style casinos.

Grand National free bets offer

At Free Betting Online offers a free list of the most well-known bookmakers in the UK is shown with a breakdown of the "Grand National Free Bets" on offer.

National Poker League tour begins in Paris

The National Poker League, 2007 Global Circuit Tour kicks off with The Paris Open in France on May 13th at the Cercle Gaillon located near the Arc de Triomphe.

Purple Lounge, Moore poker tour dates released

After much anticipation, the qualification tournament dates for the Purple Lounge/Moore magazine poker tour have been released.

Las Vegas companies undeterred by U.K. vote

Las Vegas gaming operators said Thursday that they expect casino-style resorts will eventually be built in the United Kingdom despite a parliamentary vote against expanded gaming.

Study looks at German gaming market changes

MECN’s new study analyses market developments in the period following the state treaty on gambling, Placanica, and the decision of the German Federal Constitutional Court.

UK casino plans rejected

International News Brief: Blackpool could yet get a super-casino after peers inflicted a shock defeat on the Government by narrowly rejecting controversial plans for a super-casino in Manchester and 16 other large and small casinos across the country.

Poker stars confirmed for Irish Poker Open

ome of poker's most influential and well known stars from the US and across Europe have confirmed their participation in the 26th Irish Poker Open being held at the Burlington Hotel, Dublin over Easter weekend 2007.

Jowell won't drop ultimatum

International News Brief: Tessa Jowell has refused to drop an all-or-nothing ultimatum to MPs and peers over her plans for 17 new casinos.

Tory leader ordered MPs to oppose super casino choice

International News Brief: Tory leader David Cameron has ordered Conservative MPs to oppose plans to build Britain's first supercasino in Manchester, it has emerged.

CelebPoker offers Irish Open prize

$6,500 prize package including $1,800 travel and accommodation money for the Irish Open tournament, on the tables of CelebPoker.

UK online gaming tax set

International News Brief: The UK Remote Gaming Duty was set at 15 per cent, in line with that for bookmakers and bingo halls.

CAP Awards 2007 nominations announced

iGaming Business and are adding to the event in 2008 a unique awards ceremony where affiliates, operators and suppliers in the iGaming industry will be recognised for their achievements and successes by importantly their affiliates and peers.

Rank slams UK budget

nternational News Brief: Rank Group PLC said the gaming duty changes announced in Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown's Budget today will hit profits at its casinos, raising casino gaming duty for the group by 8 mln stg per annum.

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