Gambling News 25th April, 2015

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ADELSON TO INTERVIEW REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES?

25th April, 2015 at 09:29:32
Weekend interviews by Las Vegas land casino magnate could generate campaign cash.

In yet another illustration of the political power wielded by land casino owner Sheldon Adelson, industry observers report that the billionaire will be interviewing potential Republican presidential candidates this weekend, presumably to decide who to support with campaign funding.

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KHANAWAKE AND QUEBEC GOVERNMENT IN TALKS

25th April, 2015 at 09:29:32
Can an accommodation be reached on internet gambling?

APTN National News in Canada reported over the weekend that Quebec's minister of aborigine affairs, Geoffrey Kelley, had talks last week with representatives from Kahnawake, arguably one of the largest internet gambling hosting services in the world.

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SVENSKA SPEL REVENUES CONTINUE TO FALL

25th April, 2015 at 09:29:32
Swedish gambling firm sees Q1-2015 revenues fall 4.7 percent.

The Swedish government's gambling enterprise Svenska Spel has experienced another less than impressive quarter, reporting lower Q1-2015 results, although the online division fared better than other verticals in the business.

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