Gambling News 30th March, 2011

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NEW MOBILE SPORTSBOOK NOW LIVE

30th March, 2011 at 11:22:51
Guts.com is using an OddsMatrix solution

The online gambling operator Guts.com has announced that it is the first to go live with the new OddsMatrix mobile sportsbook at m.guts.com. The operator will offer the same betting offers as its OddsMatrix online sportsbook and will feature instant live betting for most popular sporting events, including football, tennis and ice hockey along with live scores for live betting matches.

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BETFAIR OFFERS MOBILE DEVELOPERS A DEAL

30th March, 2011 at 11:22:51
Third party developers can enter a revenue sharing agreement with online gambling giant.

Betfair's interest in the mobile gambling vertical was on show again this week when the online gambling giant launched a new revenue share deal for third-party mobile developers using a variety of platforms.

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ONLINE MINI CASINOS RAIDED IN MALAYSIA

30th March, 2011 at 03:22:06
Police raids shut down five internet gambling venues

Malaysian police in Kuala Lumpur report that five internet 'mini casinos' in the suburbs have been raided and shut down following complaints from neighbouring businesses.

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