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UK-facing online casino operators will get at least a brief reprieve from costly free-play tax measures thanks to the government’s decision to hold a snap election, but how long the stay will last is hard to guess, accountants say.
Danske Spil must take steps to separate its lottery games from its online casino and betting offers, following concerns that the state-owned operator is abusing a dominant position in the market by cross-selling between the different products.
Australia’s federal, state and territory governments have fleshed out the “milestone” details of a National Consumer Protection Framework that will bind the online wagering industry.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) on Thursday approved proposed changes to the state’s regulations governing electronic games, while also discussing a proposal to revoke mandatory licensure of outside directors of casino companies.
No casinos would sign up to an internet gaming regime in Pennsylvania in which online revenues were taxed at the same 50 percent-plus rate as land-based slot machine games, a senior executive with Penn National Gaming said Thursday.
As President Trump ends the first 100 days of his administration on Saturday, Indian gaming advocates hope their former antagonist becomes their ally on the crucial issues of federal labor law and sports betting.