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.

The task facing Dominic Harrison, the new chief executive at UK leisure group Gala Coral, could hardly be more daunting. But after joining Gala back in 2004 and having served as chief operating...
A move by the UK’s Department of Culture Media and Sport to consider allowing increased payouts on category C and D machines has been welcomed by seaside arcade operators, but the process has...
The chief executive of bingo operator Rank has hit out against “heavy-handed regulation” by the UK government in a written attack which blasted their wider approach to the bingo industry since the...
Mayor Mauricio Macri has submitted plans to claim a higher proportion of gambling revenues from Buenos Aires’ racetrack and floating casinos for the municipal government in a move likely to fuel...
The dying days of California’s 2008 legislative assembly session last week saw an important bill to outlaw charity bingo machines passed and a measure proposing intrastate online poker decisively...
With a historic shake-up of Ireland’s betting and gaming laws now underway, GamblingCompliance will host a landmark two-day conference to examine Ireland’s new gambling landscape. The conference...
Politicians in Buenos Aires have amended an anti-smoking bill to...
A newly-established cross-party gambling committee has pledged to draw up sweeping new gaming legislation in Mexico, with members even hinting that full-scale casinos could be introduced under a...
A tussle between the Catholic Church and California's Indian gaming tribes could be averted by a new version of a contentious bill that would permit a major expansion of conventional bingo by...
The Ecuadorean Government has passed new slot machine regulations requiring all machines, which are permitted only in hotel-casinos, to be registered with the country’s Ministry of Tourism and to...
Spaniards spent over €30bn on gambling services last year, according to a newly published report prepared by Spain’s Ministry of the Interior. Gaming machines were the key drivers of the 4 percent...
The UK Gambling Commission has outlined its plans to investigate the impact of gaming machines on problem gambling amid industry fears the Government could instigate tougher regulations. As part of...
The Ohio Lottery yesterday commenced operation of a controversial statewide keno game in a move one group of investors is hoping will foreshadow the approval of Ohio’s first resort casino in a...
Mexico’s Freedom of Information Office has allowed a government-commissioned study into the possible effects of legalising Las Vegas-style casino gambling in Mexico to remain confidential after it...
Blue Square has lost its shine as far as Rank is concerned; having been the only bright spot for a couple of years, the online gaming arm now has gone into reverse just as Rank's bingo and casino...
The British Columbia Lottery Corporation saw record-breaking revenues of over C$2.5bn last year, thanks largely to a 14 percent jump in slot machine turnover. The overall increase exceeded...

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