This tracker, produced by GamblingCompliance, offers our subscribers the opportunity to follow the Advertising Standards Authority's (ASA) rulings relating to gambling advertising, and includes...

The Danish Gambling Authority updated the 2020 licensing fees and additional requirements for player protection have been adopted in the country.
The third amendment of the Interstate Treaty on Gambling entered into force at the beginning of 2020 in Germany. New amendments to the treaty are expected to enter into force from mid-2021 and will...
Secondary legislation detailing the licensing procedure for online gambling has been notified to the European Commission; the standstill period is scheduled to end in April 2020.
Online gambling can only be offered by locally registered companies in Croatia who hold a land-based gambling licence.
Following the 2014 implementation of lower taxation rates for online gambling, the number of licensed online gambling operators in the country is expected to rise. 
Advertising is one of the most hotly discussed topics in the European gambling industry. In this map, GamblingCompliance shows the current situation regarding gambling advertising in all...
The provisions regulating online gambling in the Gambling Act came into effect in January 2010. With the exception of lotteries, all types of games that are regulated in the market can be offered...
Slovenia’s online gambling offering remains open to only the state monopolies for sports betting and lottery games, and for land-based casino concessionaires.
Specific time slots for gambling advertising are currently being discussed at the Romanian parliament. Additional player protection measures are also under consideration.
The online gambling market in Spain officially opened in 2011 and the regulator (DGOJ) granted several new licences after the third public tender for online gambling licences closed in December 2018.
Belgian lawyer Tatjana Klaeser provides insight on the recent changes to the legal gambling framework in the country, particularly the Royal Decree on online gambling and the Law amending the...
Latvia introduced penalties for players participating in unlicensed online gambling and the national register for self-exclusion will begin operating in January 2020.
In July 2019, Puerto Rico adopted legislation that created a new gaming commission and allows a broad rollout of land-based and online sports betting.
This guide outlines the current legal framework on gambling advertising, aims to examine the impact of the National Audiovisual Council’s administrative decisions on the industry and provides a...
As advertising is a significant point of discussion in the European gambling industry, following a complete ban on gambling advertising being introduced in Italy in 2018, this practical guide takes...
On July 12, 2018, the Italian government approved the so-called “Dignity Decree”. This decree includes elements of gambling advertising and sponsorship reforms and was presented to overturn the...
A draft law submitted to parliament in January 2019 proposes the expansion of the gaming zones in Kazakhstan and self-exclusion for players. The 2017 Tax Code has increased gambling taxation.
Following the withdrawal of amendments to the Gambling Act in March 2018 due to a “technical error”, they have yet to be reintroduced; however, the Ministry of Finance has indicated that a further...
The first integrated resort (IR) in Japan is expected in the mid-2020s, following passage of the Integrated Resorts (IRs) Development Law, which allows for the initial establishment of three IRs,...

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