October 23rd 2017
The Finance Minister confirmed that two bills that will seek the regulation of casinos and online gambling will be presented this year.
The UKGC and the ASA have ordered gambling websites to take down games with children’s cartoon characters in them.
Higher taxes could be set for sports betting operators in the Italian regulated market.
The Director General of the Norwegian Gaming Authority assured the gambling monopoly system is the best way to tackle the industry.
The MGA highlighted blockchain technology’s capability to enhance the gambling sector as it continues to evolve.
The association released for the first time a state-by-state analysis of the economic impact of tribal gaming.
Independent MP wants to launch an inquiry into Melbourne’s Crown Casino for allegedly tampering with poker machines.
It has been confirmed that the prosecution service of Canada laid charges in the BCLC money laundering case.
The governor said that adding a third casino in the state would jeopardise the existing operations in Maine.
The casino company is reportedly moving forward with its project located in the Las Vegas Strip.
Ahead of the oral hearing that will take place on December 4, representatives from national sports leagues showed support to the Protection Act.
Despite leaving the issue untouched for a few months, New Hampshire is set to debate a bill on online gambling once again.
Belgian Council of Ministers has approved Minister of Justice’s plan to restrict gambling advertising on broadcast media.
Two congressmen asked the House Judiciary Committee to conduct hearings on what to do if sports betting gets approved by the Supreme Court.
A panel of gaming corporations presented information about eSports to a joint legislative committee.