CrownBet Goes Back To The Future

The month long ordeal with the courts to re-brand its name to SportingBet has reportedly failed and the CrownBet Proprietary Limited has decided to switch back to its earlier decided name, BetEasy Proprietary Limited. It was in March 2015 that BetEasy changed its name to CrownBet. It had to rename the name after the company …

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Ross Ferrer Out, Chris Muir On Field

On 31st August, the Australia based Gaming Technologies Association officially announced the retirement for Ross Ferrar from the designation of the Chief executive after a service of 17 years. According to a press release Mr. Chris Muir, who had joined the company only three months ago has been appointed as GTA’s new CEO. This is indeed …

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Restrictions Fail Yet Again

By this time of the year, it would be safe to say that yet again we witnessed new changes that clearly failed once again to curb the illegal gambling sites around Australia. No matter how hard the scrutiny goes and a ban holds its permanence, these sites have been successful in providing offshore gambling and …

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Woolworths Confirmed Profiling Betters and Gamblers to Make Money on Them

Many poker machine players and gamblers were served free drinks and refreshments by staff to encourage them to continue playing. To these claims of profiling select customers at several of the Woolworths’s hotels, the hotel chain has confirmed the reports. Woolworths is a supermarket chain with a special interest in retail and groceries in Australia …

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Long way to a responsible gambling

Australia has been struggling to cope with the gambling culture. More specifically, to take care of the next generation in the long run, there are several offline and online websites that serve casino-style gaming and online betting, even the use of Bitcoins. The ACMA is dealing with several of these to make them obey the …

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Australia bans gambling ads during sports broadcasts

The Australian Communication and Media Authority (ACMA) have ruled out some norms for commercials on the TV. According to their latest rules, any kind of ads relating to gambling and betting should not be shown during live sports streaming on TV and other media. The exact timing has been restricted between 5 AM and 8:30 PM. …

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Online betting sites using Cocos Islands web addresses

A special consortium has been formed to investigate a possible breach by web addresses operated by online betting websites. This has led to several operators and domain name hosting platforms in Australia to clean up their traces. And, cyber experts are at the pinnacle of going through records one by one. For possible breach of …

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Darwin Casino Can be Sold To Taiwanese Firms For $200 Million

The SkyCity casino was seemingly not being profitable, many would think. However, on the contrary, there has been interest in the property from several parties according to their spokesperson. This is largely in circulation in the online media. There are claims that the deal to sell the popular casino is almost through and it could …

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Crown windfall – $450m in losses from Victorian pokies players

It is for the first time that the Crown Resorts have made their profit public, those acquired from the machine revenue. According to their reports, the Crown’s 2682 poker machines gained $450 million dollars, which the gamblers had lost and in addition to this, $265 million was acquired in Perth in the financial year of …

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What Happened At The Melbourne Poker Championship?

On the 13th of August, the Poker Championship in Melbourne culminated after 13 days of intense action at the Crown Casino in Melbourne. All in all, the championship witnessed 15 tournaments which also included the high offerings and the main event. A total of 533 players took part in the event. The prize pool generated was AUS …

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