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888 Co-Founder’s Family Sells Half Their Stock

The late cofounder’s (Aharon Shaked) family has sold half of their stake in the online casino operator, 888. Aharon Shakes was the co-founder of the leading online casino and after his passing in 2010; he left his entire shares to his family. Last week, the family just sold 40 million shares at a price of […]

Play’nGO signs a new deal

Play’nGO has made a deal of licensing its content to Multiloteri, an online casino gaming developer. The agreement stipulates that Play’nGO shall deliver HTML5 enabled content as a private solution to the Multiloteri MLT one system. This will be a good thing for online casino players as it will permit them to play their desired […]

888Poker Exits Poland

888Poker has left the Poland gambling market. The country continues to tighten its gambling laws, prompting casino operators such as 888 to join the exodus of online casinos that don’t hold a local gaming license. Last year in December, the Gambling Act in Poland was explicitly amended to ban online casinos that did not hold […]

South Africa Tightens their Gambling Act

Department of Trade and Industry in South Africa publicised that they confiscated about R1.25 million (about NZ$ 108,890) in illegal internet gambling winnings. Online casino gambling practices in South Africa should be practised in full compliance with the country’s gambling law, National Gambling Act of 2004. The law states that gambling online is illegal and […]

Kenyan Betting Operators Turn Down proposed law

Kenyan betting operators are relieved that the legislators declined the plans to drastically hike the betting taxes even though retaining the hikes for other gambling operators. The Kenyan parliament rejected the proposed plans to increase Kenyan betting operators’ tax from 7.5% of revenue up to 50%. The proposed change to the Lotteries, Gaming Act and […]