Gambling News 20th March, 2011

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BINGO SITE CLOSING?

20th March, 2011 at 03:04:05
March 31st the end for "At the Bingo"

Affiliate reports started coming in over the weekend claiming that At the Bingo.com is to close on March 31st for reasons at present unknown.

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DUTCH GOVERNMENT CONFIRMS ABOUT FACE ON INTERNET GAMBLING (Update)

20th March, 2011 at 03:04:05
New coalition government has a more progressive approach

Speculation that a fresh government in Holland would bring a more progressive approach to the legalisation of online gambling (see previous reports) appears to have been confirmed.

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CYPRIOT POLITICIANS WRANGLE OVER ONLINE GAMBLING BAN (Update)

20th March, 2011 at 03:04:05
Complaints from industry that proposed legislation enables a Greek monopoly

The determined efforts of the Cyprus government to prohibit online gambling despite being the home to many internet gambling companies (see previous reports) has caused a new uproar among politicians, with some claiming that such a ban sets the scene for a monopoly by the Greek state company OPAP.

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