Tain, the gaming services company, is aiming for further growth in Eastern Europe after securing a license to operate in Romania.
The Asian country aims to legalise sports betting under a 2010 proposal that states that players can bet as much as €38 on football matches.
Governor Bentley and Senator McClendon’s lottery bills were approved on Senate floor but they’re currently fighting a set back in Alabama.
Ukraine hosts this event for the first time and will gather all fans and enthusiasts of fantasy sports.
The Gardens Casino in Hawaiian Gardens is entering its renovation final stages and the gambling venue is soon to be reopened.
Gambling advertising on trains, trams, buses and taxis could be banned under a new plan by the government of Victoria.
Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian Prime Minister, approved the development of a new gambling zone in Sochi.