The International Gaming Council (IGC) has won an important victory in its epic six-year fight against the State of Kentucky, winning the right to stand on behalf of 61 of its members.

The case dates back to 2008 when the State seized 141 online gambling domain names in an unprecedented move against the industry.

Most recently, the Franklin Court of Appeals found that the IGC did have standing to appear on behalf of its members and contest a forfeiture of those domain names.

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