Online Casino Australia
GET AU $1400 FREE Only at Casino-Mate Casino
Claim yours now!

Meril Archive

CrownLotto to be Launched in Australia

Online lottos are one of the most popular ways to gamble in Australia. From Lottoland to the Powerball, everyone is hoping to hit the giant jackpots. CrownBet now wants to get in on the action with CrownLotto... Read More

PokerStars will leave Australia in 2017

Online poker is officially illegal after the Australian Senate passed the Interactive Gambling Amendment (IGA) Bill earlier in August. This followed an online poker enquiry, which many online casino players hoped would stay the online poker clause... Read More

Packer Buys Stakes in Star Entertainment

Star Entertainment Limited is one of Australia’s best casino operators, with resorts across the country. Recently, the man behind the operator’s biggest rival, Crown Resorts, decided to buy shares in the firm... Read More

BGO Casino Fined for Misleading Advertising by UK Gambling Commission

BGO Casino is an international online casino operated by BGO Entertainment. The online casino is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC). In 2015, the UKGC updated guidelines for their licensees which updated ‘social responsibility codes.’ These codes fall under the Licensing Conditions and Codes of Practice (LCCP), this has been in effect since 2015... Read More

CrownBet offers a Designated App to Aussie Bettors

CrownBet is the official digital arm of Australia’s premier Crown Resorts. The betting operator has recently signed a deal that sent Tabcorp into a tailspin. Both operators will now offer online betting on smartphones at different locations... Read More

Safety Concerns after Manila Casino Attack

Manila – after an attack on Resorts World, the Philippines gaming regulator has suspended the resort’s venue license. At the beginning of June, a man reportedly walked into the casino and began shooting at security guards... Read More

Gambling Law Amendments 2016

Offshore online casinos catering to Aussie gamers might be forced to take a step back from the Australian market next year due to new gambling law amendments. With the implementation of new Interactive Gambling amendments, a bill passed in November of 2016, Aussie gamblers might be forced to use local providers... Read More