Macau’s government would approve soon a plan to further regulate the junket casino operations.
According to Macau’s casino regulator, there hasn’t been any request to open a casino in a revamped building downtown yet.
The law department of the Indian city of Goa approved new rules that will open the doors for a new gaming commissioner.
Bob Seely asked the government to cut stakes on FOBTs as Isle of Wight gamblers lost £3 million last year.
The group has heavily modified its anti-sports betting prohibition website in order to emphasise on American Indian sovereignty.
The local government wants to control fixed odds betting terminals but it still hasn’t determined how.
The local watchdog has reached a preliminary deal with search engines on ways to stop locals from accessing banned sites.