Codere’s board of directors voted on Friday to appoint a new CEO and chairman, removing co-founder José Antonio Martínez Sampedro from the roles.
Italy has fired the starting pistol on applications for 120 online gambling licences, former Universal Entertainment boss Kazuo Okada faces fresh legal action in the Philippines and British...
Argentina’s largest province is to close three of its dozen casinos ahead of a tender process to re-award concessions to operate other venues, with Governor María Eugenia Vidal warning of further...
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.
Mexico’s anti-money laundering efforts are undermined by “serious weaknesses” in gaming regulation and lawmakers should act to pass pending gambling legislation to address licensing deficiencies, a...
Offshore gambling services taking bets in Argentina should be subject to the country’s value-added tax (VAT) regime, according to a major tax reform passed by Argentine lawmakers just after...
Loot boxes are making headlines once again in both hemispheres, while in Paraguay a contested sports-betting concession heats up and, in the United States, Penn and Pinnacle get the green light to...
Mexico’s restrictive gambling law will turn 70 years old this New Year’s Eve, and with presidential elections next July, industry insiders expect to wait a while longer before reforms are passed...
Brazil could become the world’s second largest online gambling market if it adopts a competitive licensing regime, according to a new study, but whether policymakers will opt for that regulatory...
Online poker liquidity progress has stalled in Italy but Portugal pushes ahead, Brazil prepares for a pivotal gambling vote and the Tatts/Tabcorp merger is cleared to progress as the resistant...

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