Gambling News 10th June, 2012

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SOCIAL GAMING BEING SCRUTINISED BY UK GAMBLING COMMISSION

10th June, 2012 at 07:34:04
Commission official says social gaming is "at the perimeter" of legal gambling

The UK Gambling Commission is monitoring the social gaming space in order to assess its impact on gambling licensing, a Commission official told the publication 'This Is Money' Saturday.

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IRISH PUNTERS PREFER CASH

10th June, 2012 at 03:51:06
Betting shops preferred to online wagering, says bookie

The largest independent bookmaking firm in Northern Ireland, McLean's, says that punters still choose to wager in betting shops rather than online because they prefer the comfort and immediacy of cash payouts.

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DON'T BET ON THIS MARKETING STRATEGY LASTING

10th June, 2012 at 03:51:06
Yipiii's popularity with High Street retailers may be short lived.

A Daily Mail expose on a popular High Street retail store marketing strategy that involves an element of gambling has triggered a withdrawal by many top companies involved in the scheme.

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