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Some executives of Malta-licensed online gambling operators have been notified they are the subject of criminal tax investigations in Germany, GamblingCompliance has learned.
Macau has introduced hard hitting amendments to anti-money laundering (AML) legislation, freeing prosecutors of the need to prove crimes that generate laundered funds and placing a much greater...
The Maltese regulator allowed online gambling firms to operate for at least two years while failing to enforce its own rules on monitoring their computer servers, according to a former employee. 
In what may be a fatal blow to the Massachusetts State Lottery’s plans for selling tickets online, legislation that would legalize online sales is facing a backlash from convenience store owners...
Republican Governor Pete Ricketts of Nebraska sent a letter last week to U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions expressing his disagreement with the National Governors' Association and encouraging...
Swedish grey-market gambling revenue increased by double digits in the first quarter of the year, while revenue in the regulated market declined, according to data from the Swedish Gambling...
An underworld kingpin is suspected of orchestrating a knife attack on Andrew Lo Kai Bong, a top lieutenant of Suncity junket supremo Alvin Chau.
In a unanimous 6-0 decision on Thursday, the Florida Supreme Court ruled that the state legislature — not counties — must approve the expansion of slot machines at racetracks.
Wichita Greyhound Park, once a luxurious racing facility just north of Kansas’ largest city, has been boarded up since 2007 when Sedgwick County voted not to support slot machines at the racetrack.
Potential expansion in the Pennsylvania gambling market and UK charity lotteries is joined by news of election manifesto commitments, while political conflicts dog Nevada and the Philippines.
Esports' nascent integrity body has taken its first unilateral enforcement action by banning a player caught cheating in a major tournament this month, but the sprawling nature of the sport...
Enforcement of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing legislation is expanding in American, Asian and other markets worldwide as banks apply more pressure on casinos, experts say.
A Tel Aviv-based owner of binary options firms has been arrested on charges of fraud and blackmail following a months-long investigation by the Israel Police.
A federal judge has handed a victory to U.S. racetracks after ruling that the entry fees paid by fantasy site DerbyWars, which offers horseracing handicapping contests, are considered wagers under...
Ending a conflict lasting almost a decade, the state of Arizona and the Tohono O’odham Nation on Wednesday jointly announced a settlement that will allow the tribe to add slot machines and other...
Mayors and governors from around Japan’s regions touted their wares last week as they sought to refocus attention from major cities and woo international investors looking to secure a prized...

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