Gambling News 26th September, 2015

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WEARABLE COMPUTER HARDWARE PRODUCT LAUNCHED BY OCULUS

26th September, 2015 at 07:22:24
Oculus unveils $99 Gear VR with Netflix, Facebook and Twitch Support.

The virtual reality (VR) possibilities flowing from wearable computer hardware have been under development by leading online gambling providers like Playtech and Microgaming for some time (see previous reports) but Facebook subsidiary Oculus is among the first to market with another commercial product this week.

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888 FORMALLY LAUNCHES DANISH ONLINE CASINO SITE

26th September, 2015 at 07:22:24
Incentives and promotions for new players.

Having successfully achieved licensed status in Denmark (see previous report), 888 formally launched its 888casino.dk Danish website this week, offering players free spins and sign-up bonus incentives to join.

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AUSSIE ONLINE GAMBLING REVIEW STILL ON

26th September, 2015 at 07:22:24
Political changes will not derail review of Interactive Gaming Act.

The new Social Services minister in Australia, Christian Porter, has assured interested parties that the government's review of online gambling remains a commitment following recent political changes

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