Gambling News 13th February, 2016

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G.A.N. STRIKES ANOTHER SIMULATED GAMING DEAL

13th February, 2016 at 07:22:39
Agreement inked with Midwestern casino operator Rock Gaming LLC.

Online gambling games and software provider GameAccount Network (now titled GAN) has reported securing another Simulated Gaming Contract with a US land casino operator, having inked a deal to power a free-play social casino for Midwestern casino operator Rock Gaming LLC.

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FORMER BETIT EXECS IN NEW ONLINE GAMBLING VENTURE

13th February, 2016 at 07:22:39
SuprNation takes Gaming Innovation Group platform on board.

Former Betit online gambling group execs Joakim Stockman and Henric Andersson's new startup betting operation SuprNation has chosen Gaming Innovation Group's iGaming Cloud operational platform, the company announced in a press release this week.

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RUBIO CONFIRMS HE IS AGAINST ONLINE GAMBLING

13th February, 2016 at 07:22:39
Republican presidential hopeful says online gambling is harmful.

US Republican presidential hopeful Senator Marco Rubio underlined his opposition to legalised online gambling in America again this week, telling a town hall meeting in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina that he is concerned about the expansion of online gambling and its consequences.

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