Gambling News 19th November, 2011

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CHANGING OF THE GUARD AT REGULATOR'S ASSOCIATION

19th November, 2011 at 02:30:23
Director of licensing for Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Board gets the top spot

The International Association of Gaming Regulators has elected its first woman president in Susan Hensel, the director of licensing for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

Full Story: Changing Of The Guard At Regulator's Association »

NEW GAMBLING CHIEF FOR FORTUNA

19th November, 2011 at 02:30:23
Fast promotion for former Sazka SA techie

Jiri Hosnedi only joined the lottery division of eastern European gambling group Fortuna Entertainment in June this year as operations and IT director, but already he has been promoted to general manager w.e.f. December 1st, according to a statement this week from the company.

Full Story: New Gambling Chief For Fortuna »

ONLINE GAMBLING OPPONENT DEFENDS STOCK DEALINGS (Update)

19th November, 2011 at 02:30:23
Bachus urged by Frank to do something about political profiteering on non-public information

The political repercussions of last weekend's "Sixty Minutes" program on political enrichment by using non-public information (see previous report) are rippling outwards, according to the latest media reports from the United States.

Full Story: Online Gambling Opponent Defends Stock Dealings (update) »