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.

Police and Gambling Commission officials have seized 14 unlicensed gaming machines after the latest in series of raids across the North West of England.
Victoria’s Justice Department has opened a public consultation period over government plans to radically overhaul the state’s AU$5bn gambling industry from 2012. Incumbent operators Tabcorp and...
As the Lula Government struggles to gain approval for a controversial health funding plan, Brazilian bingo interests are lobbying for newly filed legislation that would regulate bingo halls...
Chartwell Technology’s announcement of the launch of a new bingo platform joint venture with Parlay Entertainment could be a step towards the final resolution of the long-running Parlay takeover...
First-quarter profits at Catalan gaming company Cirsa have been impacted by the increasing strength of the euro over local currencies in the numerous Latin American markets in which the firm...
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority has added a recent television advertisement for William Hill’s online bingo site to those already found to be in breach of the new standards established in...
The Massachusetts State Lottery is poised to shatter US and even international sales records, with a new instant ticket that is on track to generate more than $1bn in sales. The ticket is now being...
Rank has won a victory against the tax man over the application of VAT on interval games. It is a decision that will have ramifications for many other gaming operators, but with an appeal process...
Representatives from gaming companies Bwin, Novomatic and Casinos Austria discussed gambling regulation with Brazilian officials as part of an Austrian trade delegation’s visit to Latin America...
First-quarter results from recently floated Codere hint at the growing importance of the Mexican operation to the company’s overall business. Despite the bottom line being hit by the cost of...
In the absence of an authoritative, independent regulatory regime, Mexico’s five largest gaming operators – Televisa, Caliente, CIE, Codere and Cirsa – hope to establish their own code of practice...
Potential benefits from Mexico’s rapidly expanding gambling industry are being squandered because of the non-implementation of the 2004 law that welcomed many new operators to the market,...
The UK’s Gambling Regulator has moved one step closer to the recommendation of a statutory levy for the UK industry.
Rank’s trading statement this week made such modest claims of improvement that it provoked one analyst to suggest that the best news was that it 'doesn’t sound like the numbers were being talked...
Recently released quarterly statistics produced by the Gambling Commission show that participation in online gambling in the UK has not increased since 2006. But with doubts surrounding the...
Last week, Mario Das Neves, Governor of the Argentine Province of Chubut, announced a 120 percent increase on fees levied over gaming businesses operating within Chubut. The Governor’s announcement...

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