Belgium rules against loot boxes

The gaming commission ruled against a number of video games and threatened millionaire fines if they’re not adjusted.

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Norway strengthens restrictions against international sites

The government proposed stricter measures to monitor online gambling payment processing.

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Danish iGaming operators face new restrictions

Lawmakers are joining forces to impose cuts in sign-up bonus offers at Danish gambling websites in order to control the segment.

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DFS bill defeated in Minnesota

A bill that seeks the regulation of daily fantasy sports in the state failed to pass the House by 48-74.

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Legalised gambling boosts public coffers in Greece

The gambling monopoly from Greece reported that turnover from VLTs increased to US$1.2 billion.

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iGaming market to reach €45bn by 2020

According to online statistics portal Statista, the global iGaming market is set to be worth over €45.5 billion by 2020.

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US expectant on potential sports betting legalisation

The Supreme Court could rule this week on the case that may strike PASPA down and allow sports betting to be legalised nationwide.

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iGaming operators interested in Italy’s market

More than 80 online gambling operators are reportedly interested in securing a licence to work in Italy.

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NBA and MLB may leave DFS market

The US sports leagues have started talks to sell their stakes in FanDuel and DraftKings.

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Gambling bills race against the clock in Connecticut

The current legislative session ends on May 9th and it’s still unclear if any changes will take place in the gambling landscape.

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Slovenia rejects sports betting law

The National Assembly rejected the amendment on gambling that would have liberalised the sports betting market.

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Dutch Gambling Authority calls for loot boxes reform

The gambling regulator called upon the games sector to adjust games before mid-June, as some of them violate the current laws.