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Lawsuit against Video Gambling Terminals Gets Green Light in Canada to Proceed
News 05-01-2019

Lawsuit against Video Gambling Terminals Gets Green Light in Canada to Proceed

An interesting lawsuit that pits government-owned video lottery terminals and social welfare advocates has been given the go-ahead by the Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal.

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Intro to 3D Metal Printing
Blog 19-12-2018

Intro to 3D Metal Printing

Although it seems like something from outer space, 3-D printing has been around since the mid-1980s. For years, 3-D printing was only available to companies that could pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for a printer.

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Betfair Ordered to Pay Redflag Gamer $150,000
News 13-12-2018

Betfair Ordered to Pay Redflag Gamer $150,000

Betfair Australia has had negative interactions with authorities in the past. However, in a recent dispute, Betfair has been ordered to pay AUS $150,000 to a problem gambler.

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Top Chinese Officials Arrested After Siphoning Billions from Chinese Lottery
News 11-12-2018

Top Chinese Officials Arrested After Siphoning Billions from Chinese Lottery

It appears that China loves nothing more than parading evildoers out in front of everyone. Four senior lottery officials were paraded out in front of the Chinese media and their videotaped confessions publicized.

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Crown Shares Plunge, Sending Packer’s Personal Wealth Down $800 Million
News 09-12-2018

Crown Shares Plunge, Sending Packer’s Personal Wealth Down $800 Million

James Packer has not had the best couple of years. He has seen his personal wealth of over 6 billion dollars reduced by $800 million due to the plunge in his company stock.

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Malaysia Busts Another Chinese Led Gaming Operation
News 07-12-2018

Malaysia Busts Another Chinese Led Gaming Operation

Malaysia, where gambling is largely illegal, is actively busts gaming dens. Gambling dens are so common in the country that busts happen on a weekly basis, especially in larger cities.

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South Australia Passes Gambling Regulation Reforms
News 03-12-2018

South Australia Passes Gambling Regulation Reforms

The State Government has welcomed new laws to regulate gambling in South Australia. Due to the changes, the Independent Gambling Authority (IGA) will stop all operations on December 1.

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Australian Gamblers the Dangers of Micro-betting
News 02-12-2018

Australian Gamblers the Dangers of Micro-betting

Most sports fans are familiar with micro-bets and how problematic they can be. Micro-bets occur when bookies provide odds that a certain ball game or cricket match will be a no-ball.

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U.K. Gambling Commission Searching for New National Lottery Operator
News 28-11-2018

U.K. Gambling Commission Searching for New National Lottery Operator

The U.K.’s Gambling Commission is looking for a new National Lottery operator to lead the organization into a successful future. The operator will take over the position in 2023

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Rise In Gambling In New Zealand’s Northland A Concern
News 27-11-2018

Rise In Gambling In New Zealand’s Northland A Concern

There are several compulsive gamblers living in New Zealand’s Northland who are getting help to break the habit. Counselors are seeing a growing amount of gamblers who are primarily gaming online.

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