Gambling News 30th April, 2011

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WYNN SPEAKS OUT ON U.S. ONLINE GAMBLING LAW

30th April, 2011 at 03:36:49
Famous gambling entrepreneur describes the UIGEA as "mysterious and unfathomable"

When Steve Wynn, the famous Las Vegas gambling entrepreneur and founder of Wynn Resorts, had to distance himself from a lucrative partnership with top online poker provider PokerStars in the wake of Black Friday it must have rankled. Last week Wynn had some harsh words to say about the UIGEA in addressing a gathering of investors, according to Associated Press.

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FRENCH EXPANSION FOR ONLINE GAMBLING ANTI-FRAUD FIRM

30th April, 2011 at 03:36:49
Iovation appoints French national manager

Duane Burcham, corporate spokesman for the international internet anti-fraud company Iovation, has announced the appointment of Philippe Mazurier as country manager leading the company's sales and business development efforts in France.

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SHORT CONSULTATION ON SPANISH INTERNET GAMBLING LAW (Update)

30th April, 2011 at 03:36:49
12 day window for submissions

Interested parties intending to comment on the latest draft of the proposed new Spanish law on internet gambling will have to work quickly; having spent years discussing and drafting regulations, the Loterías y Apuestas del Estado (LAE), has given industry stakeholders just 12 days in which to comment, with much of that time taken up by the Easter holiday period.

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