Bingo and electronic bingo machines remain a major component of the global gaming industry, with particular prominence in parts of Latin America, Europe and the tribal casino sector in the United States.

GamblingCompliance’s reports and analysis outline the types of gaming products that are permitted in bingo halls in different jurisdictions and the licensing requirements for suppliers and operators, while allowing subscribers to track the progress of legislation in major new markets, such as Brazil.

A new Australian government survey has estimated that 42 percent of all gambling spend derives from the 17 percent of gamblers that suffer from or are at risk of problem gambling.
Brazil’s Congress could be gearing up to vote on closely watched legislation to approve casinos, bingo halls and online gaming, according to comments made by Senate and Chamber of Deputies leaders...
A temporary extension of Italy’s bingo hall and betting shop concessions until the end of 2018 looks set to come into effect, following their inclusion by the Italian government in a draft budget...
In a sign of momentum returning for expanded gambling in Brazil, a closely watched Senate bill has been re-submitted with a contentious proposal for an online monopoly dropped in favor of an open...
After passing legal reforms in 2014, Nicaragua’s gambling market remains largely unchanged and underdeveloped.
Alabama attorney general Steve Marshall filed lawsuits against several prominent bingo halls on Wednesday, accusing the properties of operating illegal slot machines and continuing the state’s...
As long as there has been the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) conference in Las Vegas there has been an interest in international development of integrated resorts, and this year is no different as...
Gambling operators in the Netherlands face a shock temporary tax hike following a government proposal that will raise extra revenue to cover for continued delays in implementing the new online...
Betting companies supported by TV broadcasters and the advertising industry have offered to fund an £8m addiction awareness campaign, it was claimed on Monday.
Bolivia continues to struggle to attract gambling operators, with only one private operator and one public lottery currently in operation. However, in May 2017, the gambling regulator stated that...
Italy’s regions have delivered a clear defeat to the Gentiloni government at the end of protracted 18-month talks over the reorganisation of the country’s land-based gaming industry.
New legislation fully regulating online gambling at the start of 2017 has opened up the Czech market to European operators, while VLT operators continue to thrive in the country’s land-based sector...
With the reinstatement of Philweb Corp’s accreditation to operate e-games, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s promise to end “online gambling” has instead proved to be a prelude to settling...
A new academic study suggests there is more gambling advertising during football broadcasts on the supposedly commercial-free BBC than there is on subscription-based Sky Television.
Tighter due diligence checks on high rollers have meant a “stepdown” in UK casino customer numbers and revenue, claims Rank Group chief executive Henry Birch.
International Gaming Technology (IGT) posted a second quarter loss on Tuesday, but confirmed it will join forces with a subsidiary of Telling Telecommunications Holding Company to launch a new...

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