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The world's Top-10 bingo parlors by seat

B-I-N-G-O! It may be a game that you learned as a kid, but in the industry of land-based gaming bingo spells big business. We dipped into the Casino City data to find out where you can find the biggest bingo parlors in the world and the list begins deep in the woods of Connecticut at Foxwoods Resort Casino.

Sweden halts gambling advertising prosecutions

The Scandinavian nation’s Prosecution Authority announced on Thursday that it will not prosecute two prominent newspapers that accepted advertising from online gambling providers. The decision comes following an appeal by the newspapers -- Aftonbladet and Expressen -- after they had been found guilty of violating Sweden’s lottery laws.

Adelson wins $8 million libel judgment

Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson won an $8 million libel judgment against a British newspaper over a 2005 article on the company's attempts to put a casino in Manchester, England.

Italy: 42 billion spent In 2007

International News Brief: Recent figures show Italy's gambling sector continues to grow.

Scientific Game signs new international contracts

Scientific Games has signed four new contracts with customers in Germany and Finland for the provision of pari-mutuel wagering systems, terminal and services.

German court dismisses motion from Bwin

In a decision served on 14 March 2008, the German Federal Court of Justice rejected the motion filed by bwin International Ltd. to suspend enforcement proceedings regarding a case against Westlotto.

UK bingo industry criticizes government

International News Brief: The UK Treasury was today accused of delivering a 'slap in the face' to the bingo industry after it ignored calls to remove the double taxation burden on clubs.

European Union trade commissioner pot shot at gaming prohibitionists

International News Brief: EU trade commissioner calls for US prosecutors to stop targeting online gambling companies with links to Europe.

CAP Spring Break goes to Cyprus

After 5 successful years, CAP Spring Break, the biggest four-day affiliate party in the industry is on tour and crossing the Atlantic to the luxurious island of Cyprus.

UK gambling firms brace for budget

International News Brief: Having seen the UK's casinos battered by last year's budget analysts expect an easier ride for gambling firm's this time around.

Union: Russian laws should be relaxed

International News Brief: A Russian law forcing gambling out of Moscow and St. Petersburg from July next year will deter investment in the industry and should be relaxed, the country’s Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Union said Friday.

Countdown to PartyPoker European Challenge

The countdown is on to the PartyPoker European Challenge II, which starts Tuesday 11th and concludes on Friday 14th March at the Concord Card Casino in Vienna during the heart of the Spring Poker Festival.

Wolverhampton Racecourse plans in jeopardy

International News Brief: A multi-million pound development at Wolverhampton Racecourse will be abandoned if the venue is not chosen for the city’s small casino.

Rank chief pessimistic about UK casino plans

International News Brief: Ian Burke, CEO of Rank said he expects few of Britain's 16 planned new casinos to be built, as he flagged a tough year ahead.

EU tells Greeks, Dutch to open betting market

International News Brief: European Union regulators have given Greece and the Netherlands two months to end restrictions that discriminate against betting companies from other EU nations.

Even with 'supercasino' out, Harrah's stays in U.K.

Harrah's Entertainment on Tuesday said it will continue to pursue gaming opportunities in the United Kingdom casino market despite the government's decision to not approve plans for a "supercasino" in Manchester, England.

Supercasino plans ditched over concerns

International News Brief: The British government admitted yesterday it ditched plans to build a supercasino because of concerns over problem gambling, crime and family breakdown.

Titan Poker sends players to Russian event

Titan Poker will send its players to Russia for the first time ever - to compete in the White Night Millions in the heart of Saint Petersburg.

Octavian Gaming signs Malta deal

Octavian International Limited has been selected by leading gaming operators in Malta to provide EGMs and its ACP System.

Research and Markets adds gambling markets

Research and Markets has announced the addition of Belgian and Dutch Gambling Markets to their offering.

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