Gambling News 03rd May, 2015

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PENNSYLVANIAN C.E.O. CONSIDERS ONLINE GAMBLING (Update)

03rd May, 2015 at 09:03:07
But it must be exclusive to existing Pennylvanian land operators, he tells House committee.

The third in a series of Pennsylvanian political hearings on gambling by state Representatives (see previous reports) took place at the end of last week at the Mohegan Sun Pocono in the north east of the state.

Full Story: Pennsylvanian C.e.o. Considers Online Gambling (update) »

C.S.I.G. TARGETS PENNSYLVANIA IN QUESTIONABLE NEW POLL

03rd May, 2015 at 09:03:07
Adelson-funded anti-online gambling group funds survey of 513 Pennsylvanians.

The Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling, an action group funded by land casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson, has published the results of a survey it has commissioned that purports to show that the majority of Pennsylvanians do not want legalised online gambling.

Full Story: C.s.i.g. Targets Pennsylvania In Questionable New Poll »

LEGENDS SPORT BETTING'S KING FOUND GUILTY (Update)

03rd May, 2015 at 09:03:07
The end of a two year fight for online sportsbetting operator.

The 2013 dismantling of the Legends online sports betting ring in the United States (see previous reports) entered its closing chapter late last week in an Oklahoma City federal court when one of the principle defendants, Bartice King (44), was found guilty of conducting an illegal gambling business and engaging in a conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Full Story: Legends Sport Betting's King Found Guilty (update) »