Month / March 2009

MGM Mirage Casino Project Forced to Brink by Dubai World

MGM Mirage’s partnership with Dubai World is in trouble, and the result may be bankruptcy for the CityCenter casino gambling complex in Las Vegas.

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UK Conservatives Invent Online Casino Problem Gambling Numbers

Members of the Conservative Party in the United Kingdom sought tougher gaming laws for online casinos based on alarming figures about problem gaming, which unfortunately had no basis in fact.

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Angelina Jolie and Online Casinos Dissed by UK Ad Authority

The Advertising Standards Authority of the United Kingdom has shown not only online casinos get the brunt of their unimaginative and humorless enforcement as actress Angelina Jolie sees a movie ad featuring her pulled.

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UK Wards Against Online Casino Sports Gambling Scandals

British sports authorities are looking to tighten measures to prevent gambling scandals, working with online casinos.

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Economy Causes China to Consider Legalized Online Gambling

Chinese sports ministers have told the country’s leaders that regulated online gambling may bring revenues and stem the flow of cash to foreign Internet casinos.

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European Union Seeks Member Consensus on Online Gambling

The European Union is seeking to find an agreement among member nations on the commerce rules concerning online gambling.

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