Gambling News 05th March, 2013

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75 PERCENT OF PADDY POWER'S PROFITS COME FROM ONLINE ACTIVITY

05th March, 2013 at 10:36:18
Online and land gambling firm has doubled its active client numbers

There were several interesting nuggets of online information in the outstanding full year 2012 results posted by Paddy Power plc Tuesday (see previous report).

Full Story: 75 Percent Of Paddy Power's Profits Come From Online Activity »

PADDY POWER BREAKS MORE RECORDS

05th March, 2013 at 03:06:28
Online action helps to deliver a strong performance over he 2012

The online and land gambling group Paddy Power plc enjoyed a record breaking 2012, judging by its FY 2012 results posted Tuesday, which included the following highlights:

Full Story: Paddy Power Breaks More Records »

BRITAIN'S NEW P.O.C. ONLINE GAMBLING TAX REVIEW EXTENDED (Update)

05th March, 2013 at 03:06:28
Malta complaint to EC just further complicated the issue

Britain's proposed imposition of a secondary licensing and point-of-consumption tax on offshore internet gambling firms wishing to access the UK market just became more complicated with the announcement that the European Commission, to whom the proposal has been submitted, has extended its three month review period by a full month following a complaint from the island of Malta, a major licenser of online gambling companies.

Full Story: Britain's New P.o.c. Online Gambling Tax Review Extended (update) »