Denmark rolls out new advertising requirements, Brazil moves to insulate national lottery from virus damage and a Macau construction site is closed after deaths.  
While lotteries continue to operate in many U.S. states where casinos have shut down, the impact of the coronavirus response has already begun to show itself in decreased sales and extra steps to...
Fixed-odds betting turnover across World Lottery Association (WLA) members grew by 34 percent to around US$55.8bn in 2018, driven by more than $10bn of incremental betting activity in China alone...
The UK Gambling Commission has warned not to slack on compliance or take advantage with marketing during the coronavirus outbreak, while elsewhere casinos are to close in Canada and Mexico, and the...
Governments across Latin America are following the lead of their European and North American counterparts by enforcing blanket closures of their casinos and gaming halls to slow the spread of COVID...
Ukraine gambling reforms have stalled amid national political chaos, sports betting goes live in Michigan and the Crown Resorts inquiry in New South Wales will be able to compel Melco testimony.
International Game Technology (IGT) reported mixed fourth-quarter and annual results on Tuesday, with better than expected earnings and reduction in debt but widening losses and decline in revenue.
The city of Buenos Aires has adopted final regulations and licensing requirements for online gambling, allowing operators to apply for permits to conduct online sports betting and casino games in...
After aborting plans for an open licensing system, Brazil now intends to award just 30 concessions for online and retail sports betting, according to a consultation notice published on Tuesday.
Mexico’s constitution does not prevent states from imposing their own gambling taxes on top of those already applied by the federal government, according to a Supreme Court ruling last week.

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