March 23rd 2019
The 16 federal states have ratified the treaty and paved the way for operators to apply for sports betting licences.
The regulator from the Netherlands has revealed that Ronald Prins is the new chairman of the advisory board.
The document is aimed to request information on projects for a Unified Self-Exclusion System.
The company will be part of the Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention on April 1-4.
Fong is set to join BMM Testlabs as Vice President of Sales, Asia.
The New York Gaming Commission may legalise casinos to host sports betting in New York after May 20.
The New Jersey regulator has decided to issue a fine to GVC and MGM Resorts’ Borgata casino over self-exclusion breaches.
The federal government has approved a Connecticut tribal casino, which joint venture MMCT will now begin to develop in East Windsor.
An organisation has called upon the government to remove all casinos in Goa from the Mandovi river.
The platform is set to be available to all new customers, and further upgrades will be made this year.
The state legislators advanced bills that include legalised sports betting.
The company is reviewing its media strategy after acquiring assets of Sky Betting & Gaming.
The cabinet approved the establishment of an independent regulator, but it won’t be in place for at least 18 months.
The Latvian official asked for a decree that would revoke all gaming licences in the city.
The government has proposed a legislative amendment to stop foreign gambling advertisement.