PokerStars parent entity REEL agrees to drop damage claims against probable fraudster Gordon Vayo in exchange for Vayo agreeing never to refile the case.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority claims it has forced 33 offshore gambling operators to stop offering online services to Aussie gamblers in the first 12 months since a strengthened ban on unregulated operators went into effect.
Ex-Sheriff Gaming executives Stijn Flapper, Michel Gregoire, and Maurice Gregoire face prison sentences of up to four years in their money-laundering trial.
Nearly two dozen players will be suing French poker site Winamax over what they believe are insufficient refunds for a “botting” episode on the site.
The Borgata files a motion in New Jersey designed to make its $10.13m judgment against Phil Ivey enforceable in Nevada, where Ivey has assets.
The Borgata has filed a cross-appeal against edge-sorting gambler Phil Ivey, hoping to win at least another $5.7 million in damages as the case continues.
The United Kingdom Gambling Commission strengthens its alternative dispute resolution process to provide more options to aggrieved consumers.
People have long wondered why some gamblers develop addiction problems while others can walk away at any time. A new study reveals why this is the case.
Octogenarian Irishman Denis O’Connor may receive a bravery award for his role in foiling an attempted armed robbery of a Cork County betting shop.
US authorities have extradited a prolific Russian hacker, Andrei Tyurin, some of whose crimes benefited the fraudulent Netad Management sites.