A controversial amendment to restructure the financing of Greek horseracing has been approved, overcoming opposition from MPs who accused the government of squandering potential revenues and...
Pennsylvania confirms online casino launch date, LeoVegas responds to accusations that it breached UK gambling regulations and Australia's regulator is found to be taking little enforcement action...
A European Commission drive to starve illegal streaming sites of advertising revenue is being stymied by a continual flow of cash from gambling adverts, even as many major brands honour an industry...
Las Vegas Sands (LVS) returned to its out-performing ways in Macau in the first quarter of 2019, with record mass table revenue and The Parisian casino’s ongoing ramp ensuring modest topline growth...
Problem gambling and the Irish government's urgency to establish a regulator came under fire at an Irish Joint Committee on Justice and Equality hearing on Wednesday.
Despite the approval last November of a referendum requiring Florida voters to determine if the gambling industry will expand in the Sunshine State, lawmakers are once again frantically negotiating...
A weakening VIP baccarat segment has lost its majority share of the Macau gaming market for the first time since official revenue numbers began in 2005, triggering the overall market’s first year...
Ireland’s national lottery operator is currently in dispute with the country’s Department of Public Expenditure and Reform over the rights to access a €16m unclaimed prize fund.
The Norwegian Ministry of Culture is proposing to crack down on gambling advertising broadcast from abroad, but media companies are pushing back.
It is difficult to overstate the abiding disdain former Republican Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey and former Democratic state Senator Ray Lesniak have for each other, and their visceral...
Under pressure from activist investor Carl Icahn, Caesars Entertainment has appointed Anthony Rodio as its new chief executive and set up a committee to explore the possible sale of the company.
A study of Norway's biggest gamblers has found that those contacted by telephone about their gambling habits drastically reduced their spending, but did not stop gambling.
The New South Wales (NSW) state gambling regulator has secured two more convictions of corporate bookmakers, with first-time defendants PointsBet and SportChamps Australia fined for illegal gaming...
Illegal gambling is still a key concern in Denmark seven years after the partial liberalisation of its online market, as the regulator looks to improve responsible marketing and problem gambling...
With profits and public policy uncertain in Sweden’s newly-regulated market, investors are steering clear, prompting its major players to prepare for an incoming wave of consolidation.
A Native American tribe that operate a casino in Washington state have filed suit in state court against Valve Corporation, accusing the video game company of facilitating illegal online gambling...

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