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Norway sticks to gambling monopoly system

The Director General of the Norwegian Gaming Authority assured the gambling monopoly system is the best way to tackle the industry.

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Aussie lottery retailers rejected Lottoland’s proposal

Lottoland had offered to provide local retailers 10 percent of every bet made on its site but they rejected the proposal.


Saipan casino may face new tax

National authorities are debating the potential increase in gaming taxes among the industry.

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Poker machine industry rejects spin limit in Canberra

The poker machine industry in Canberra rejected a proposed $5 spin limit as it is believed that it’s not a viable option.


Kenya debates new anti-gaming measures

Kenyan authorities are still preparing a frame work to limit both land-based and online gaming operations.

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IGRG launched Responsible Gambling Week

The week-long running initiative is set to promote responsible gambling in Scotland.

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Macau delays racetrack development

Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome’s operators are still waiting for a confirmation of the local government.

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UK council to vote on FOBTs ban

The ruling Labour group is set to present a motion to ask the government to ban FOBTs machines or limit them to £2.


ASA targets cartoon usage

The ASA is investigating online betting promotion through cartoon characters that could attract children to gambling.

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Scotland to launch Responsible Gambling Week

Gambling venues all across Scotland are set to participate in the first Responsible Gambling Week.


Wynn improves security system

Wynn casinos will strengthen the security systems to prevent attacks in Las Vegas.

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New Jersey warns online operators to leave Australia

The DGE told online gambling licensees in the state that they have to stop doing business in Australia.