The New Hampshire Lottery Commission on Friday sued the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), claiming the DOJ’s recent opinion on internet gambling could “create catastrophic consequences for...
French gambling regulator ARJEL has hailed the progress of the country's online gambling sector, but warned that success is “fragile” unless proposed reforms to convert the sports-betting tax base...
The UK's parliamentary FOBT killers are back with a new online-focused inquiry, California card room rules are causing a stir and Disney rules out ESPN sportsbook ambitions.
Sweden’s minister in charge of gambling has given online gambling operators until March 31 to come up with steps to curb what he calls aggressive advertising or face government action that could...
A bill introduced in the Washington state legislature that would allow sports betting exclusively within tribal casinos has received support from tribes, but opposition from horseracing and card...
Almost every day in 2019 has brought a new development in a state legislature somewhere in the United States regarding sports betting.
The UK Gambling Commission has unveiled plans to tighten its licence conditions for player intervention and dispute resolution, and is considering whether all operators should be made to offer...
Paddy Power Betfair has been hit with tax bills of almost £50m in Germany and Greece, more than it says it made in either country during the periods in dispute.
Intralot has controversially lost its ten-year contract to operate Turkey's sports-betting monopoly, but is set to challenge the victory by a Scientific Games-led consortium.
The German state of Schleswig-Holstein is preparing to go its own way on online gambling if state ministers do not start developing proposals at their March 21 meeting.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s revised opinion on the federal Wire Act is “perplexing” and will not prove to be enforceable, MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren told analysts on Wednesday.
A Maryland legislator says he hopes a bill he filed last week can serve as an alternative to a voter referendum to allow the state to introduce sports betting in the near future.
A key Ohio lawmaker crafting sports-betting legislation will not be including a royalty fee for sports leagues in his bill, but he is warming to the prospect of online wagering.
An affiliate marketer who lost 92 percent of his business when the Danish online gambling market opened has suggested that companies that can meet daunting Swedish standards will thrive if they can...
Australia is undertaking “landmark reforms” to how it approaches sports integrity, as the government pledges to continue its cooperation with the gambling industry to “clamp down” on corruption.
The relationship between gambling advertising and social media has become the subject of renewed scrutiny in the UK, as government and regulators this week issued fresh warnings.

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