It seems that we’re hearing good news in regards to online casinos that had removed themselves from the USA market after the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act). This time, it’s PartyGaming that’s in the news, and it’s looking more and more hopeful that they’ll re-enter the USA market in the near future.
Anurag Dikshit, one of PartyGaming‘s founders, plead guilty to online gambling charges, which the USA said were in violation of the Wire Act. He is currently free on a $50 million bond, and is ordered to pay $300 million in fines.
Martin Weigold, PartyGaming‘s finance director, doesn’t see any criminial charges being brought against the company, but are also expected to be fined as well. The amount hasn’t been disclosed yet, but analyists expect the amount to be much less than those paid by Anurag Dikshit.
Either way, things are looking up for PartyGaming and other providers to re-enter the USA market. Hopefully it’s sooner rather than later.
Kalamba Games, a Malta-based provider, recently increased its presence in the Italian market with the latest integration of its Bullseye Remote Game Server (RGS) popular Italian online gaming provider, BetFlag. According to the agreement, the Italian platform’s players will now have access to the proven popular Kalamba’s online slots, such as Finnegan's Formula, Age of Huracan, Joker and Blazing Bull series, and the other 60 games in its growing library.
Real Dealer Studios, a Malta-based casino provider of online casino games, has added two games to its popular Real Roulette series, and 2 new live dealers have joined its incredible roulette portfolio. This time, it is releasing Real Roulette with George and Real Roulette with Dave. Both games are played in a pleasant and private environment that gives the player a sense of personal interaction with the dealer.
Real Dealer Studios, a casino provider that develops popular casino games has received approval to launch its popular Real Roulette series across the rising Spanish market. This approval enables providers to legally distribute games in the Spanish market and now thanks to a license from the Spanish authority, Real Dealer content, which has proven to be a huge success in other European markets such as the United Kingdom, USA, and Italy, is now available for Spanish players.