Gambling News 30th December, 2012

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FROM VIDEO CONFERENCING TO ONLINE GAMBLING SOFTWARE

30th December, 2012 at 23:19:34
Canadian development company shows its versatility

The Saratoga Oceanic Development Group Inc., a video conferencing software developer in New Waterford, Canada will be showcasing its versatility in a new million dollar contract - providing a turnkey online gambling system to a Belize-licensed internet gambling operator branded Lion Gaming, owned by two anonymous individuals believed to reside in the United States.

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DID MOBILE LOTTERIES SLOW DOWN NIGERIAN NETWORK?

30th December, 2012 at 06:44:10
Nigerian Communications Commission calls a halt to mobile lottery action, but trade association says they have it all wrong.

Nigerian mobile punters have been using their mobiles so extensively to bet on sms lotteries that the volume has had an impact on national bandwidth, prompting the Nigerian Communications Commission to slap a temporary ban on the genre in hopes of restoring some semblance of speed to the system.

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