Gambling News 14th November, 2014

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PICANTE SIGNS UP FOR BETSOFT CONTENT

14th November, 2014 at 02:13:41
Operator will take full range of mobile and desktop games.

Online gambling software developer BetSoft has signed up operator Picante Gaming and Global Gaming Labs for its full inventory of desktop and mobile games.

Full Story: Picante Signs Up For Betsoft Content »

ARREST WITHOUT TRIAL FOR TWO YEARS USED IN MALAYSIAN GAMBLING BUST.

14th November, 2014 at 02:13:41
Police report the first use of a controversial and truly draconian law.

The alleged ring leader of a Klang Valley illegal online gambling business in Malaysia has become the first person to be arrested under recently passed controversial laws allowing individuals to be detained or restricted for two years without trial.

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ATLANTIC CITY DECLINE CONTINUES IN OCTOBER

14th November, 2014 at 02:13:41
Year-on-year overall decline of 4.4 percent reported by the regulator.

October was another bad month for Atlantic City land casinos, with revenues down 4.4 percent compared with the same period last year, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reported Thursday.

Full Story: Atlantic City Decline Continues In October »

SOCIAL GAMING DOES NOT LEAD TO PROBLEM GAMBLING

14th November, 2014 at 02:13:41
New study of a 12 million-player sample over a one month period debunks claims that social gambling endangers the young.

Intensive and independent research on a study sample of 12 million international players over a month's social gaming supplied by five major operators has shown that fears that social gaming increases the chances of problem gambling developing among the young are unfounded.

Full Story: Social Gaming Does Not Lead To Problem Gambling »