Gambling News 05th July, 2014

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BORNEO POLICE SMASH ONLINE GAMBLING RINGS

05th July, 2014 at 02:40:47
Arrests and computer confiscations in fresh Op Dadu raids.

Borneo police have been active again, raiding an online gambling den in Miri, arresting the manager and seizing 17 computer sets and other evidence.

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NEW FORM OF ONLINE BACCARAT LAUNCHED VIA ODOBO

05th July, 2014 at 02:40:47
Applejack Gaming's Baccarat Star features adds new bet types.

Odobo Marketplace, a platform that makes it easier for independent developers to launch new online gaming products, has taken on Applejack Gaming's latest game, Baccarat Star.

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NEW WILL HILL C.E.O. MAPS OUT HIS PRIORITIES

05th July, 2014 at 02:40:47
Interview gives an insight into Henderson's approach.

Following the announcement that veteran William Hill plc executive James Henderson is to take over as CEO, the international online and land gambling company published an interview with the its new leader, and chairman Gareth Davis here:

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MANY SPANISH PUNTERS STILL USE UNLICENSED WEBSITES

05th July, 2014 at 02:40:47
Latest research commissioned by Codere suggests that the online market may have peaked.

The Codere Foundation and the Institute of Policy and Governance at the Charles III University in Madrid, published a study titled "Social Perception on Gambling in Spain in 2014" this week, suggesting that the Spanish online market has matured and possibly peaked, although 43 percent of the country's online punters are believed to be playing on illegal sites that offer better odds and promotionsâEURŠand 12.8 percent of those ...

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