UK strengthen policies against gaming

Gambling operations will be controlled until December 4 to collect data on impacts in society.

Kenya to set new tax payments

Experts believe the increment in gaming tax policies would kill the local industry.


Michigan online poker bill still on the table

Despite months of inaction, the state is still hoping to approve the bill before the end of the year.


Malta to present match-fixing bill by the end of the year

The law will be aimed at tightening controls and cracking down on match-fixing.


Coalition in Indiana wants legislators to amend gaming law

Trade groups in Indiana hosted an event to push for the legalisation of video gaming terminals at bars and clubs across the state.


Turkey extends deadline for national lottery tender

The transcontinental country extended the deadline by another four months.

iGaming back on track in Philippines

The national government and online gaming operators carried out a four-month legal battle.


Scotland to reduce betting shops

The SNP will face a conference to define legislation against betting shops.

UK stakeholders oppose new legislation

The UK Government seeks banning gaming advertising during the daytime.


Mississippi Governor is open to discussing state lottery

The subject has been a sidebar debate in the state for years, but the Governor Phil Bryant recently hinted that the discussion would not be such a bad idea.


NCSS urged Government to review online gambling legislation

The National Council of Churches Singapore has called for a review of a recent decision to allow two lottery operators to offer online betting services.

Anti-casino protesters rally outside legislature in Taipei

Penghu residents should vote NO to the establishment of casinos, announced protesters outside the Legislative Yuan in Taipei.