Advertising Ban for Gambling Firms

About 1,000 gambling websites based overseas will be banned from advertising in the UK under new rules when the ban it comes into force on September 1.

The end of the state monopoly in France?

An online gambling firm has won the right to operate in France, undermining the former state monopoly on gambling.

Neteller pays $136 million penalty

Neteller, the online payment processor, admitted on Wednesday that it broke US laws and agreed to pay a $136m penalty to settle its part of the US crackdown on internet gambling.

UIGEA’s 270-day grace period passes

Today sees the passing of 270 days since the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act was signed into law by the President of the United States.

Bingo Entertainment’s sizzling hot July Jackpots

Players on the Bingo Entertainment Network of online bingo sites have been treated to some fantastic specials this July.

Antigua gets Caricom support on Internet gambling

The Antigua Sun recently reported; Antigua & Barbuda said it has gained the full support of fellow Caricom member states in its ongoing Internet gambling dispute with the United States