Loss-making William Hill writes down £338m in regulation costs and taxes, the Saudi gambling ban is tested with a Baloot card tournament, Alabama weighs fantasy sports regulation and poker is...
Smoking may be out for Dutch gambling venues, Myanmar politicians push for island casinos and Uruguay establishes the set-up of ISP blocking.
A concession to operate instant lottery games is set to be auctioned off in May in an “important step” toward regulation of other gaming verticals, including sports betting, a top official in...
Argentina’s government has moved to dissolve the country’s National Lottery after a review concluded the state-owned entity was no longer viable in light of recent regulatory changes.
Portugal has begun an assessment of its online gambling laws, slot floor tenders open in Buenos Aires and an Australian pressure group wants to sever all ties between gambling lobbyists and...
Horse race betting volumes in Hong Kong, Australia and Japan grew by a cumulative 7.4 percent or €3.7bn in constant currency terms during 2016, contrasting with flat trends in major western markets...
Pioneering research into money laundering using Bitcoin has found that gambling operators are at serious risk of exposure to illicit funds from darknet marketplaces.
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...

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