Kenya government legally exposed

SportPesa, a sports betting company, sued the government of Kenya over the 50 percent tax rise for the complete gaming industry.


Online companies could leave Gibraltar

Online gambling companies could leave the European territory over the potential impact Brexit could have in their operations.


Russian company taken to court

The Russian operator Royal Time Group has been cited by the court and its plans build a casino in Primorye have been left in suspense.

The EU urges Hungary to review its laws

The online gaming legislations in Hungary are under probe by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) due to a legal battle.

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Video parlors sued Illinois state

Two companies that own gambling parlor sued the state over profit-sharing regulations.


NFL supporters approve sports betting

AGA released the results of a national survey that established that 83 percent of NFL fans are in favor of overturning PASPA.

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Feds shut down California casino

A financial crime task force closed the Bicycle Hotel & Casino on Tuesday.

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New Jersey close to sports betting resolution

The Solicitor General has called the parties involved in the New Jersey sports betting case to a new meeting next week.

Baha Mar obtains gaming license

The upcoming Bahamas casino resort Baha Mar received a gaming license two weeks before its soft opening.


Tongan PM rejects casino proposal

The Prime Minister of Tonga denied the rumors that the country would be granting the first casino license.