Icahn’s appeals could ruin Atlantic City

As the former owner of the Trump Taj Mahal appealed 2017 assessments, New Jersey’s governor said that it would hurt the city.

Tatts Tabcorp merger is being challenged.

Tatts-Tabcorp merger is being challenged

The Pacific Consortium has presented a new multi-billion-dollar offer in cash to takeover Tatts Group after being rejected last December.

Russian company opts out of Primorye

Russian investor abandons Primorye

The Khayna Yunli Company has allegedly paid a compensation of US$1.8 million to Primorye authorities for withdrawing from its project.

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.

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.

Gaming ads at risk in Australia

The national government could set a gaming publicity ban during TV and radio broadcasting of sports events in every state.

MGM Resorts sues online casino

MGM sues to protect its trademark

MGM Resorts filed a lawsuit against an online casino for trademark infringement and identity theft.


NFL denies Raiders betting ban

As the football team relocated to Las Vegas, experts speculated that the sports betting sector would be banned from authorised bookmakers’ offerings.


Genting seeks Florida casino approval

The Asian casino operator wants to build a three tower casino in the Sunshine State.

Malaysia officialises gaming crackdown

As the government announced this year, the illegal gaming operators will face a major crackdown on their land-based and online platforms.

British Bookmakers against MPs’ proposal

The government wants to reduce the maximum wage on FOBTs to £2.


Gambling would be fully shut down in Bratislava

Opponent legislators have proposed to maintain the strict rules on a legal, but limited industry.