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Poker.com Opens Ladbrokes Slot Online Poker Room

VANCOUVER, BC, Canada — Poker.com, Inc. (NASD OTC BB:PKER.OB), a leading provider of online gaming systems, is excited to announce the successful launch by Ladbrokes of their poker room. Ladbrokes is the world’s largest bookmaker and the betting and gaming division of Hilton Group plc, the world’s premier international hotel brand.

Ladbrokes poker room is the first of many sub-poker rooms to be run under the Microgaming agreement. Poker.com entered into a strategic relationship with Microgaming Software Systems LTD to market online multi-player poker software sublicenses.

Microgaming’s intention is to provide all their casino licensees with a poker card room sublicense. The Card room will offer several different variations of poker games that include Texas Hold’em, Omaha, Omaha Hi-Lo, 5 Card Stud, 7 Card Stud, and tournaments along with future enhancements as they are released.

Poker.com will earn a monthly royalty fee from revenue generated by Ladbrokes card room.

“Having such a well-known and recognized gaming organization using our software is a real delight and pleasure for Poker.com Inc. Licensees with this level of expertise both secures Poker.com’s position within the gaming marketplace and solidifies the companies future growth,” said Christa Taylor, President and CFO of Poker.com.

Jackpot Madness Launches Roulette Royale

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Isle of Man reverses betting policy for Slot Online

 

 

 

The Isle of Man said that as of Jan. 1, it would be allowing casinos based there to take bets from Americans for Togel Singapore.

 

The island, located between Britain and Ireland, is a so-called Crown Dependency, meaning that it makes its own domestic laws but relies on Britain for defense and foreign policy.

 

The policy reversal is significant because the Isle of Man, which first started licensing Internet casinos in 2001, initially sought to attract blue-chip gambling operations by defining itself as a jurisdiction offering rigorous regulation.

 

Initially, that policy seemed to pay off, slot online. as some of the world’s largest gambling operations, including MGM Mirage, purchased expensive licenses to operate online casinos there. But business was not as brisk as expected and six major casinos, including MGM, have relocated from the Isle of Man or closed their Internet operations altogether.

 

In December, the country’s Council of Ministers voted to reverse the policy discouraging online casinos located there from accepting bets from the United States. Tim Craine, the head of e-business for the Isle of Man, said that the country felt the policy change would help attract new casinos – and the licensing and tax revenue they provide.

 

“There’s a lot of business looking to Togel Singapore. relocate to a reputable, regulated jurisdiction,” he said, noting that, in particular, there are numerous poker rooms looking for a new jurisdiction. “We’re hoping to capitalize on that business” by changing our policy.

 

He said that the policy change only affected wagers placed on casino games and in poker games. The country still discourages casinos located there from accepting sports bets placed from the United States.

 

Craine said the country made that distinction because it believes that American law prohibits …