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    Rightlander – Helping Online Gambling Operators With Affiliate Compliance Checks

    By: Infopowa

    Software that allows online gambling operators to run automated checks on complete affiliate sites to help identify compliance issues

    The innovative Rightlander software (see previous InfoPowa reports) has found wider application in assisting online gambling operators to ensure that their affiliate marketers are complying with increasingly strictly enforced marketing regulations in a growing number of jurisdictions.

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    New Slot Games — Weekly Round-up for December 15, 2017

    By: Infopowa

    New Online Slot From Evoplay

    Ancient Chinese emperor's tomb theme

    Online gambling games developer Evoplay has launched its ancient Chinese-themed new slot Emperor's Tomb, a 5 reel, 9 pay-line game featuring Wild substitutions, Bonus Feature and up to 15 free spins.

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    Has Grand Poker Network Foundered?

    By: Infopowa

    Network has been dark for over a month now without a public explanation

    The Grand Poker Network, founded three years ago by online poker operator 5Dimes, appears to be in serious difficulties and has been offline for over a month without proactively communicating with its players or affiliates to explain what is happening.

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    Poker in the News — Weekly Round-up for December 15, 2017

    By: Infopowa

    Million Dollar Win For Van Fleet In Partypoker Millions Online Contest

    $1,027,000 pay day for professional player

    PartyPoker's $5,300 buy-in Millions Online poker tournament has been won by professional player Jonathan Van Fleet, who boosted his already impressive career earnings of almost $10 million with the main prize of $1,027,000.

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    Full Tilt Debacle Just Keeps Giving

    By: Infopowa

    Guernsey millions divvied up with the United States

    According to BBC reports Friday a total of GBP 9.5 million recovered from internet poker fraudster Raymond Bitar, former chief of online poker company Full Tilt Poker, has been shared with US authorities by the island government of Guernsey.

    In 2013 Bitar pleaded guilty to prejudicing Full Tilt customers to the tune of $350 million, but handed over just $40 million in forfeited assets to the authorities.