Gambling News 03rd September, 2012

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03rd September, 2012 at 07:05:14
Interstate Treaty on Gambling allows for 20 private operator licences

According to law firm Olswang, the deadline of September 4, 2012 for the application of the twenty available German sportsbetting licences has been extended until September 12, 2012 while the new Government of the state of Schleswig-Holstein takes steps to repeal the state's local gambling act in order to join the new German Interstate Treaty on Gambling (ITG) which entered into force on July 1, 2012.

Full Story: German Sports Betting Licence Deadline Extended (update) »


03rd September, 2012 at 03:10:50
Lawyer with strong internet gambling connections appears to be behind the sales

Making headlines across industry media over the weekend is a report that nine online gambling domains seized last year by the US Attorney's Office in Baltimore, Maryland have been put up for sale.

Full Story: Mystery Surrounds Sale Of Seized Online Gambling Domains »


03rd September, 2012 at 03:10:50
August numbers show better growth, albeit at a slower rate than the heydays

The latest numbers from the Macau regulatory authority show a 5.5 percent increase in revenues to 26.1 billion patacas ($3.3 billion) in August 2012 - the second highest ever for Macau casinos, topped only by October 2011's 26.8 billion patacas..

Full Story: Macau Revenues Still Growing »