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UK GOVERNMENT ACCEPTING BIDS FOR TOTE RETAIL OPERATION
22nd November, 2010 at 13:44:02
Government prepared to sell off parts of UK Tote instead of as a whole
The on-again-off-again sale of the UK Tote has taken a new direction this week with the news that the UK Government is prepared to sell off parts of the operation instead of as a whole operation.
Full Story: Uk Government Accepting Bids For Tote Retail Operation »
MICROGAMING'S QUICKFIRE CHOSEN FOR NEW LIVE DEALER CASINO
22nd November, 2010 at 04:25:33
Leon Gaming aboard for rapidly expanding new portfolio of games
Microgaming's live dealer offering, Quickfire, has been chosen by Leon Gaming, adding live dealer action that includes Roulette, BlackJack, Baccarat and Multi-player Baccarat to its OddsRing.com site.
Full Story: Microgaming's Quickfire Chosen For New Live Dealer Casino »
BETFAIR URGES TOUGH ACTION AGAINST SPORTING CHEATS
22nd November, 2010 at 02:28:23
Corrupt sportsmen should face serious consequences, says betting Company
Betfair's Australian division, which is currently sponsoring the Ashes cricket series, has come out strongly in favour of criminal charges for corrupt sportsmen.
Full Story: Betfair Urges Tough Action Against Sporting Cheats »