Belgium says loot boxes are gambling, Australia’s online regulator bares its teeth for the first time and Indiana prepares to hear a crucial fantasy sports case.
The Chinese diaspora working on state-approved belt-and-road infrastructure projects in African countries have emerged as a key demographic for European and Asia-based betting brands looking to...
The UK's competition authority begins the second stage of its marketing crackdown, a leading Macau lawmaker defends the region’s concession strategy and discussions continue over new gaming...
A lottery operator that in December lost a High Court appeal against Kenya’s new gambling tax regime has pulled out of the country.
The Malta Gaming Authority is on the defensive as it rebuffs newspaper claims, South Korea’s leading casino endures further restrictions and Argentina places gambling executives on lockdown.
An attempt by gambling operators in Kenya to overturn a presidential hike in taxes has been dealt a major blow after the High Court threw out a legal challenge.
A national lottery operator has launched legal action against the Kenyan government in a bid to overturn a “crippling” 35 percent turnover tax on gaming businesses.
The ongoing spat between SportPesa and the government of its native Kenya took another turn late last week, as the company’s CEO reversed comments that had seemed to definitively commit the...
Kenya’s largest and most internationally ambitious sports-betting brand, SportPesa, has backed away from earlier threats that it would abandon its home market.
A move to hike gambling tax rates in Kenya to 35 percent will force operators to the wall, business leaders have warned.

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