Tuesday 31 May 2016

How a mah-jongg game bust led to legalized mahjong games in Maryland

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signs one of many bills.

MARYLAND 20 May 2016 - Loretta Alessandrini, a 72-year-old resident of Annapolis’s Heritage Harbour, was part of a letter-writing campaign to support the bill. She said police “begrudgingly” busted Heritage Harbour’s $4 mahjong game last year after a resident who lost $20 snitched.

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Russia's Connective Games to launch Asia push

Konstantin ZubarevMOSCOW - Russian software provider Connective Games is seeking partnerships to build a new gaming network focusing exclusively on the Asian e-gaming industry.

Connective Games has been providing gaming solutions for casino and poker operators for three years. It plans to build an Asian network and launch a range of popular traditional games to Asian players such as mahjong, Chinese poker, badugi, Big 2 and rummy.
Chief executive Konstantin Zubarev said: “Asia presents a huge opportunity for operators seeking to diversify. We are ready to target this fast growing market and we are seeking partnerships with companies and individuals that have a valued interest and understanding of Asian games. Connective Games’ aim is to become one of the biggest players for both existing and new to market operators.”

 

(EGR Magazine)

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1Wednesday, 21 October 2009 14:11
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