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Washington Lobby firm appointed
An interesting development has emerged with social game developer Zynga reportedly appointing Washington-based lobbying firm Bay Bridge Strategies.
Alix Burns, president and founder of Bay Bridge Strategies has been lobbying on behalf of Zynga since early May on "legislation pertaining to regulation and taxation of Internet Gambling" said Washington blog, The Hill.
Burns previously worked on Al Gore's 2000 presidential campaign and as a consult for the Democratic National Committee.
PartyPoker Removes Withdrawal Fees -
Partypoker is excited to announce that players will no longer be charged fees for withdrawing their funds on most payment options on partypoker.com. From August, the processing fee has been removed from almost all withdrawal options including bank transfers as well as MasterCard and Visa cards.
Team FA's latest AccaTracker app -
Creators Team FA say the new iteration combines the best elements of its forerunners and has been developed using player feedback on social media, along with bookmaker input to ensure usability and speed.
Genii has partnered with Tain -
Tain significantly expands its casino portfolio offering to its operators with Geniiís suite of interactive games, including the revolutionary Spin 16 titles.
July 2015 Macau Gambling Numbers Down Again -
The latest numbers from Macauís Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau show that the decline in gambling revenues continued in Macau during July, falling 34.5 percent on a year-on-year comparison basis to 18.6 billion patacas (US$2.3 billion) and hovering around five-year lows as wealthy Chinese punters continued to stay away.
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