Online Gambling Case Dropped After Witness Fails to Testify
By staff
A case against a man, who was allegedly breaching laws of the Betting Gaming and Lotteries Commission Act, has been dropped after the prosecutionís main witness failed to testify against the online betting company.

Spiros Athanasí Internet gambling business, based in Jamaicaís Montego Bay, was shut down last year after he was accused of illegally taking bets using the Internet and international toll free phone calls.

Originally opening as a telemarketing business, the company expanded into online gambling.

All eight charges against Mr. Athanas have been dropped and he is now able to continue taking bets on the condition they are not local.

Online Casino provides online gamblers with information on online casino gambling, sports betting tips, wining casino tips, internet casino reviews, sports odds, matchups, results, editorial and much, much moreÖ We also have an industry insiderís section including Internet gaming press releases, a calendar of events and gaming industry news.
Bluff Europe: Europe's leading Poker Magazine brings you the latest Poker News, Player Interviews and all the best Online Poker offers Poker in the Park: Europe's largest Poker Festival.