Online Casino News in NZ

Social Casino Games Vs Real Money Casino Games

June 26, 2017, BY Tanaka Elsie Mwatsiya

Social Casino Games Vs Real Money Casino Games

As we all know, social casino game players are all in for the entertainment when it comes to internet casino gaming. Readmore

Western Australia Kicks Cruise Ship Casino Ban

June 23, 2017, BY Tanaka Elsie Mwatsiya

Western Australia Kicks Cruise Ship Casino Ban.

The government of Western Australia has lifted the ban on cruise ship casinos. This was a way for the government to generate more revenue by making Australia a more attractive destination for various cruise companies.Readmore

Japan Restricts the Number of Casino Visits

June 21, 2017, BY Tanaka Elsie Mwatsiya

JAPAN PLANS TO LIMIT NUMBER OF CASINO GAMBLERS IN A CASINO.

Japan is now limiting the number of local citizens and guests that play at land-based casinos. More so, the country’s government is currently working on the second phase of the legalisation of local casinos in Japan.Readmore

Online Poker Bill Approved Again by New York Senate

June 14, 2017, BY Tanaka Elsie Mwatsiya

Online Poker Bill Approved by the New York Senate.Twice this year, the Senate of New York has once again voted for permitting online poker within the borders of America. However, the curiosity is whether the state assembly will follow suite or not.  Readmore

888 Co-Founder’s Family Sells Half Their Stock

June 5, 2017, BY Tanaka Elsie Mwatsiya

888 Poker The late cofounder’s (Aharon Shaked) family has sold half of their stake in the online casino operator, 888. Aharon Shakes was the co-founder of the leading online casino and after his passing in 2010; he left his entire shares to his family.Readmore

Play’nGO signs a new deal

June 2, 2017, BY Tanaka Elsie Mwatsiya

Play’nGO.

Play’nGO has made a deal of licensing its content to Multiloteri, an online casino gaming developer.The agreement stipulates that Play’nGO shall deliver HTML5 enabled content as a private solution to the Multiloteri MLT one system. Readmore