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ALBERTA CALLS FOR TENDERS
02nd February, 2015 at 06:02:07
Canadian province follows through on media speculation
The Canadian province of Alberta's Gaming and Liquor Corporation (AGLC) called for bidder submissions late last week for a turnkey online gaming solution deadlined by end February 2015.
We're going out into the market place to see what types of programs exist and would be best for us, said chief executive officer of the AGLC, Bill Robinson.
Right now, we estimate that there is anywhere between $120 and $150 million being played by Albertans on what we call grey market sites.
Alberta would be the eighth of ten major Canadian provinces to launch online gambling following Ontario's launch of PlayOLG.ca last month (see previous reports) leaving just Saskatchewan offline.
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NEKTAN IN DISTRIBUTION DEAL WITH HIGH 5 GAMES
29th March, 2017 at 15:16:22
Significant development for Nektan.
BAAZOV SELLS A THIRD OF HIS DOMINANT STAKE IN AMAYA ONLINE GAMBLING GROUP
08th March, 2017 at 11:38:44
Former CEO sells off 7 million shares worth a total of Cdn 133 million...and still has plenty more at home.
GOOD FULL YEAR PERFORMANCE FROM CHURCHILL DOWNS ONLINE
01st March, 2017 at 14:29:38
But impacted by decline in social casino bookings.
CANADIAN PROVINCE WRITES OFF DEBT INCURRED IN INFAMOUS ONLINE GAMBLING VENTURE (Update)
19th January, 2017 at 08:52:03
Cost to the taxpayer at least Cdn1.5 million, says Auditor General.
WILLIAM HILL OPERATING PROFITS DOWN GBP 30 MILLION IN LATEST FULL YEAR REPORT
09th January, 2017 at 08:59:45
Unfavourable football and horse racing results mar the balance sheet.