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Belgium tightens iGaming advertising regulations

The worldwide trend that has been haunting the gambling industry as governments restrict advertising has hit Belgium.

UKGC CEO urges industry to work together

The executive called on the industry in order to make the local market the fairest and safest in the world.

UK lawmakers push for vote on FOBTs delay

A group of officials against the delay wants to force a vote on the bill that delayed the implementation of new regulations.

PGCB fines five operators

The Pennsylvanian gaming authority has set fines totalling US$115k against three casinos and one gaming manufacturer.

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Goa Congress asks for casino licence auction

Lawmakers called for new casino licences to be auctioned instead of giving permits to current off-shore venues’ operators.

MP says UKGC didn’t want £2 maximum stake on FOBTs

The chairman of a parliamentary group said that the commission preferred a £30 limit instead.

Dutch regulator fines two operators

The gaming authority has issued two fines totalling €350k for offering online games of chance.

Ireland’s betting tax increase could cost €35 million

A new study shows that doubling the betting tax could cost the Exchequer €35 million.

ASA launches five year strategy

The agency has launched a new five-year strategy to strengthen regulation of online ads.

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Unlicenced iGaming to drop in Australia

According to local authorities, unlicensed online gambling operations’ revenue will drop 50% this year after regulatory changes.

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Sky TV to limit gambling ads

The broadcaster announced it will restrict gambling ads to one per commercial break to “protect the vulnerable”.

UK minister resigns over FOBTs’ reform delay

UK sports minister resigned from government in response to the FOBTs reform delay.