Hello everybody and welcome to Week in
Review from Bob Casino! One of the major gambling news this week revolves around Valve. Gaben and friends are in the news again, as an Indian tribe in the state of Washington is suing them for skins gambling, which is accessible
in such games as Counter-Strike: GO and, according to the Quinault Nation, is
illegal, as it lacks proper gambling license and therefore results in unfair
competition with legally licensed casinos. The major issue of the lawsuit is not that Valve itself offers skins gambling for the users, as these services are offered by other sites. However, in order to be able to provide skins gambling for the users, The sites are required to use Valve’s software. The famous game developer is a repeated offender, as it was previously sued in 2016 and the developer then issued cease and desist letters to the sites which offered
gambling. Despite that, they continue to operate to this day. Looks like Gabe will have to wait for another Steam sale to quench his appetite. In other news, did you know that there is
a Game of Thrones slot? Or a Planet of the Apes slot? Good news is that the list of movie tie-in slot games will get bigger real soon, as Skyrocket Entertainment has secured a deal with Millennium Films, with the rights for such films as Rambo 4 and the Expendables, so you can count on Sylvester Stallone featured in your favorite online casinos much more. By the way, Millennium Films has the rights to the Wicker Man. Just imagine hitting a jackpot to Nicholas Cage being stung by bees! Speaking of slot games, Play N Go has released another Aztec-themed slot game dubbed Phoenix Reborn. Needless to say, the game looks slick and offers a great winning potential, while also having a pretty original layout. That’s all for this week’s gambling news. See you again next week!