Dutch politicians have submitted a series of motions to parliament in the hopes of shifting the course of the country’s impending online re-regulation, including renewed calls for punished...
The Swedish Sports Confederation (RF) has warned that match-fixing is a greater problem than people think in Sweden, due to a lack of convictions and the unwillingness of people to come forward and...
Denmark has unveiled new limit-setting rules, the AGA looks to sharped AML practices and the Hong Kong analysts accused of whitewashing protest impacts.  
Changes to the proposed French 2020 Finance Bill will reshuffle many of the country’s gambling taxes to be calculated against gross gaming revenue (GGR) rather that the unpopular turnover method,...
Ministers from the German state of Hesse have vowed there will be “no more toleration” of unlicensed operators after it emerged that the state had not received a single application for its interim...
The European Commission has opened two investigations to determine whether Germany breached EU state aid rules by granting special tax treatment to public casino operators.
The Irish greyhound industry must take decisive action over declining attendance levels, loss-making stadia in poor conditions and animal welfare, according to a long-awaited independent analysis...
Austria's Novomatic has agreed to sell its 17.2 percent share of Casinos Austria to Czech lottery giant Sazka Group.
A bill working its way through the Czech parliament that would have raised land-based gambling taxes across the board has been altered to replace wide-ranging changes with only one massive,...
Francaise des Jeux (FDJ), the newly privatised French lottery monopoly, is among contenders for the lucrative UK National Lottery contract, according to media reports.

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