The UK Gambling Commission wants the financial sector and its regulator to play an important role in tackling gambling-related harms, as it looks to build on the momentum of the recent credit card...
Twin River Worldwide Holdings on Tuesday acquired the Bally's brand previously owned by Caesars Entertainment, in a deal at least one gaming analyst believes could lead to Caesars selling its Bally...
A long-running dispute between the Seminole Tribe and Florida is not expected to be resolved anytime soon as at least one gaming attorney believes the relationship between the two sides is...
After a legal blockade was dislodged on Friday, Hesse's Darmstadt Regional Council quickly approved 15 sports-betting licences comprising about 75 percent of the German market. 
Two more Japanese associates of Chinese online lottery company 500.com have been convicted of bribery in a scandal engulfing a former Cabinet minister, but the three guilty parties have so far...
An attempt in South Africa’s Western Cape province to update gambling regulations has stalled due to differing legal opinions on its constitutionality.
Finnish lawmakers are concerned about plans to introduce gambling payment blocking measures instead of a licensing system, as debates on the industry’s future intensify.
GVC Holdings said it has been awarded four sports-betting licences in Germany that it expects will allow it to offer legalised sports betting there by early 2021.
Greece's betting and lottery giant OPAP could see its effective tax rate drop sharply this week, as its extended concession contract is expected to begin, but that prospect is hard to swallow for...
The Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA) will do everything in its power to prevent a backlash against gambling when regulation launches, its chairman has said.
A new draft of Japan’s integrated resort (IR) Basic Policy has tightened compliance requirements but offers no apparent policy or cost relief to licence applicants.
Casinos will reopen in two of Latin America’s largest gambling markets later today after operators received a green light from authorities in Mexico City and Panama.
The Japanese government has postponed the application window for regional integrated resorts by at least nine months because of pandemic disruption.
Lottery representatives say no amount of preparation could have protected them from the initial shock of COVID-19, but even as the global pandemic continues, at least one operator has recovered to...
A German online gambling toleration policy that takes effect next week will cost GVC Holdings 30 to 35 percent of EBITDA generated in the market, executives have said.
As early voting continues in Nebraska, supporters and opponents of legalizing gambling turned out Thursday evening for the first of several public hearings to clarify their positions on three...

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