Tennis Copes with Gambling as Popularity Rises

Published July 2, 2008 by OCR Editor

Tennis Copes with Gambling as Popularity Rises

The week's headline gambling news, including ATP's new rules to fight gambling and corruption, 888 signs another strategic partnership deal and surveys show growing numbers of online gambling in Singapore and Norway.

The top week's news from around the world of online gambling brought to you by the Weekly Edition, an OCR Live! production.

Gambling Scandals Cause ATP to Tighten Rules
The Association of Tennis Professionals is determined to purge the sport from gambling and match fixing scandals as the Wimbledon Tennis Grand Slam sets off.

888 and Sportech Join in Partnership
Gambling websites operator and software provider 888 Holdings has joined in a strategic partnership deal with Sportech.

Gambling on the Rise in Singapore
Ten times more gamblers in Singapore in 2008, a survey finds, and a rise in numbers in Norway too.

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