A report released by a Parliamentary Group investigating gambling harm contains proposals that could significantly change the online gambling landscape in the UK.
Despite a decline in the percentage of children gambling, the percentage of 11-16 years olds at risk of developing a gambling problem has doubled in two years.
Intertops Poker is hosting three feature tournaments over the coming weeks to celebrate events such as the birth of Oscar Wilde and the Rumble in the Jungle.
The software development company has announced it is going to pull the plug on its poker network but claims “this is not the end for poker at Microgaming”.
New online gambling regulations in Germany are likely to drive players offshore, which will mean more money on the tables at offshore poker sites.
New Zealand is the latest country to consider banning credit cards for online gambling deposits. But would a ban help solve the problem gambling issue?
Party Poker has announced plans to enforce a minimum 100x Big Blind buy-in for cash games. The change is expected to be implemented by the end of June.
Ignition Poker has launched a special edition Jackpot Sit and Go game ostensibly to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the WSOP. But is this really the case?
Having allegedly given away almost $500,000 in free tickets, the Winning Poker Network has made significant changes to its Venom Steps promotion.
The Judge presiding over a legal challenge to the DOJ´s revised Wire Act interpretation has admitted the case is likely to go all the way to the Supreme Court.
The EGBA has called on the Portuguese government to review how it taxes online gambling – claiming 75% of gamblers get their action in unregulated markets.
The Winning Poker Network´s Venom event will be a multi-day tournament, with satellite qualifiers automatically seated at the beginning of a rescheduled Day 1A.