Gambling News 09th March, 2011

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NEW SNAI OWNERS HAVE AMBITIOUS MERGER PLANS

09th March, 2011 at 08:58:54
Alliance with Cogetech creates a formidable on and offline Italian gambling group

A merger between Italian betting group SNAI and the Cogetech group should transform both companies and create a strong offline and online sports betting presence, according to reports in the Italian daily newspaper Il Corriere della Sera.

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MORE JACKPOT JOY QUEEN ADS (Update)

09th March, 2011 at 08:58:54
Slapstick humour in latest television production

Gamesys's Jackpot Joy bingo site will unveil its latest comical 'Queen of Bingo' commercials this week, with the new television advertising campaign running through until 18th March and coinciding with the popular annual TV Comic Relief charity fundraiser.

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CYPRUS MOVES CLOSER TO ONLINE GAMBLING BAN (Update)

09th March, 2011 at 01:14:22
Cabinet approves draft bill

The government of Cyprus - a Mediterranean island that is home to many online gambling companies - remained committed to banning the pastime this week, with the Cabinet approving a sweeping draft bill.

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