Gambling News 22nd October, 2016

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GOVERNMENT AND STAKEHOLDERS DISCUSS NEW CAMBODIAN GAMBLING LAWS

22nd October, 2016 at 06:42:11
Latest draft is mainly about land casinos, but online gambling changes are also envisaged.

After more than two years of debate and drafting, Cambodia may be closing in on final agreement regarding its proposed gambling law changes.

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NYX GAMING SEALS DEAL WITH ENDEMOL SHINE GAMING

22nd October, 2016 at 06:42:11
IP partnership deal will see new games added to OGS system.

Online gambling software and games provider NYX Gaming has inked an exclusive intellectual property agreement with Endemol Shine Gaming that will see new games added to the the NYX Open Gaming System.

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POKER PRO LOSES BORGATA CASE

22nd October, 2016 at 06:42:11
Federal judge rules that Phil Ivey and his partner's conduct was wrong.

Phil Ivey has lost in his four-year legal tussle with the Borgata over baccarat winnings; on Friday a US federal judge ruled that he and a companion violated New Jersey state gambling regulations in the manner in which they won nearly $10 million playing at the Atlantic City casino.

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