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The boss of William Hill has warned lawmakers risk eviscerating the UK market through over-regulation following the introduction of new rules on fixed-odds terminals and higher taxes.
Three weeks after a controversial reversal on internet gambling by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), the trade association representing state lotteries is seeking a dialogue with the DOJ to...
An EU report has called on payments companies to expand their due diligence operations to include identifying illegal gambling sites, despite acknowledging the difficulty such a move would cause...
The head of the Spanish regulator would like to see an end to the country’s limited licensing windows, among a range of expected tweaks to Spain's solidifying online gambling market.
Nigerian regulators are hoping that efforts to change its tax system, competitive technical standards, increased online enforcement and the country’s huge appetite for sports betting will be enough...
After a year of boardroom tensions and a depleting market share, Macau casino operator SJM Holdings has marked the Year of the Pig with a promise to go “all out” in applying for a new gaming...

This tracker, which is produced by GamblingCompliance in collaboration with MELCHERS law firm, enables our subscribers to keep ahead of the most important developments that may affect the...

Fixed-odds betting turnover across African members of the World Lottery Association more than doubled between 2015 and 2017 to US$334.5m, driven by emerging football-orientated products in the...
In his first public address, the Netherlands’ new chief gambling regulator has promised to produce an operator’s manual and foster a culture of collaboration, but acknowledged that his oversight of...
About 60 percent of European states use website blocking to enforce online gambling regulation, but levels of strictness vary widely and it can be easily circumvented, a new European Commission...
Lawyers for an Andorran gaming company are set to appeal a decision by the country’s regulator to bow to the demands of its international competitors and strip it of the country’s sole casino...
The Japanese government will require integrated resorts (IRs) to include a minimum of 100,000 square metres in hotel room inventory and to select a balance between conference room capacity and...
An anti-gambling bill is set to be taken up in the Senate after the House overwhelmingly passed the measure to eliminate electronic sweepstakes machines found in convenience stores and gas stations...
Local referendums on casinos will be delayed until next year after a Senate committee approved a substitute bill requiring a study and another vote in the legislature before any licenses could be...
888 switches to a new Itai as chief executive, Everi Holdings retains Mike Rumbolz and MGM selects Sandoval to lead Japan casino and US sports betting push. 
The reduction in the maximum stakes for fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) will come into effect on April 1, 2019, and an increase to the Remote Gaming Duty is expected at the same time.

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