Net entertainment or Netent provides cutting edge gaming solutions and is constantly developing new games. Netent releases a new game each month. The company was set up in Sweden by a leading land based casino operator in 1996 and it has been listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange since 2007. While the company provides excellent
The New York governor, Andrew Cuomo is working towards having three major Las Vegas style casinos within the state of New York. The amendment to the state’s constitution that would allow new casinos to be built that are not American Indian owned casinos would have to be approved in a referendum towards the end of
New Jersey is one of only three states in America where intra state online gambling is permitted, the other two states are Nevada and Delaware. In these three states players may legally gamble online when the online casino market in each state is launched but players who wish to visit an online casino in New
Russia has been slow to open up to casino gambling. In 2009 the Russian authorities opened up four areas where gambling could take place. These four zones are quite far away from Russian centres of population and they are not yet running at their full capacity. The Primorye zone is in Eastern Russia and is
The law suit taken by 32 Red online casino against William Hill Online has at last reached a final outcome with William Hill being made to pay 32 Red Casino’s costs. 32 Red has been operating for many years and has the “32” as part of its trademarked name so when warnings to William Hill
There has been much dissatisfaction with several European countries which it is felt are breaching European Union laws concerning online gambling. Greece is one of these countries which attracts complaints against its actions in the online gambling sector, which are looked upon as being protectionist. This situation has been going on for quite a while.
When the United States Senate passed a bill in 2006 which made it illegal for banks and credit card companies to process online casino payments payment processing companies such as Neteller were not sure at the time how they would be affected by the new legislation banning online gaming in America. Under new rules brought