Gambling News 01st December, 2012

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HORSE RACING AND SOCIAL REAL MONEY GAMBLING CONVERGE

01st December, 2012 at 03:18:14
New start-up company garnering plenty of media interest

Achieving remarkable levels of media coverage - especially in the investment sector - this week is an online gambling start-up company that claims to bridge the gap between hardcore horse-betting and online social gaming.

Full Story: Horse Racing And Social Real Money Gambling Converge »

CORAL'S NEW FOOTBALL EVOLUTION TV AD FLIGHTS

01st December, 2012 at 03:18:14
From ancient leather to sleek mobile electronic betting, Coral ad stands out

UK punters will be seeing an imaginative and innovative television advert on their screens this week as Coral launches its new 'evolution of football' television commercial, produced by the DLKW agency, which signed up Coral last June.

Full Story: Coral's New Football Evolution Tv Ad Flights »

UNDERCARRIAGE UP; CARDS IN THE AIR!

01st December, 2012 at 03:18:14
A new French take on the concept of in-flight gambling

A French business consortium is looking at ways in which in-flight gambling can be achieved, reports The Independent newspaper.

Full Story: Undercarriage Up; Cards In The Air! »