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The fight to acquire bwin.party has grown more complicated, as both 888 and GVC Holdings have issues that influence a potential deal. Plus, J Todd discusses industry news from the Netherlands and about Bitcoin. follow the discussion


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INDUSTRY NEWS

bwin.party investor tells online gaming rival to increase its bid
28 July 2015
bwin.party accepted a $1.4 billion offer from 888 last week. However, online gaming company GVC Holdings upped its bid Monday to $1.6 billion, according to Bloomberg News.

Affactive, Revenue Jet affiliate programs shut down following owners' arrests
24 July 2015
The GPWA has confirmed the link between the closing of the programs and the arrests of the owners through conversations with Affactive affiliate managers, and the GPWA has suspended Affactive's sponsorship.

Sale of Bwin.party to 888 could impact Nevada
20 July 2015
888, which holds a Nevada gaming license and partners with Caesars in operating online gaming sites in Nevada and New Jersey, paid $1.4 billion for Bwin.party, which does not have a Nevada license but runs online gaming sites in New Jersey with Boyd Gaming.

Rep. Barton introduces Internet Poker Freedom Act
25 June 2015
The proposed legislation would license and regulate online poker at the federal level and mandates the implementation of technology that prohibits underage players and provides aid for problem gamblers.

New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement gives affiliates 150 days to comply in order to obtain license
10 June 2015
Online gambling affiliates have 150 days to stop promoting sites not licensed by New Jersey to New Jersey residents if they wish to receive a license from the state going forward.

Perelman backs Graham's presidential bid despite proposed online gambling ban
8 June 2015
While the legislation Sen. Graham supports would outlaw part of Perelman's business, the billionaire chairman of Scientific Games has voiced his support of Graham's foreign policy views.



LEGAL DOCUMENTS

Affactive closure: U.S. District Court indictment of Affactive, Revenue Jet owners PDF
22 July 2015
A District Court indictment details fraud, money laundering and identity theft charges against Gery Shalon, Ziv Orenstein and Joshua Samuel Aaron.

New Jersey Online Gambling: New Jersey DGE memo to affiliates PDF
4 June 2015
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement informed online gaming affiliates on June 4, 2015, that they have 150 days to stop promoting unregulated websites if they wish to be licensed to promote regulated websites in New Jersey.

New Jersey Online Gambling: New Jersey online gambling regulations PDF
4 October 2013
New Jersey's regulated online gambling industry is set to go live on November 26, 2013.

Revel Casino lawsuits: Boyd and Henderson vs. Revel Entertainment PDF
19 September 2013
Two New Jersey residents are suing Revel Casino for false advertising in its July "You Can't Lose" promotion.

DOJ Indictments April 2011: Garden City Group e-mail to Full Tilt Poker players PDF
17 September 2013
The Garden City Group sent an e-mail to eligible U.S.-based players whose Full Tilt Poker balances were frozen after Black Friday.


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