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.

UK gambling operators are discovering that the new personal licensing regime, introduced under the 2005 Gambling Act, has the potential to land less forward-thinking operators in technical breach...
Speaking at the GamblingCompliance Executive Briefing held earlier this week in London, UK industry observers agreed that the Government's decision to officially shelve plans for a super-casino...
In the last 10 years the Philippines has become one of the most important gaming hubs in the Asia-Pacific region. In order to attract further investment to its shores, the Philippines is offering...
GamblingCompliance reviews the taxation regime affecting gambling businesses established in Alderney, which fall under Guernsey's jurisdiction for tax purposes. A recent change to the tax regime is...
Svenska Spel’s new Bingo Live product has caused a stir in Sweden with accusations flying that it has gone into competition with bingo organised by the country’s sporting associations, but on...
In formulating their self-exclusion policies and procedures, operators in Great Britain should consider the risk that self-excluded gamblers could successfully sue operators if they are...
Dramatic tax increases, import bans and clampdowns on non-compliant gambling businesses in Venezuela are causing operators to seek out opportunities in neighbouring Colombia where the regulatory...
Spanish gaming giant Cirsa has told the Spanish media that it has signed a deal to supply the Chinese government with technology for a bingo hall pilot scheme set to be launched in the province of...
The Mexican Secretariat of Government’s (Segob) role in issuing gaming permits is to be investigated by the Federal Government’s auditing office. Segob has attempted to block the investigation in...
The effects of the 2005 Gambling Act have not been well received by Britain’s beleagured bingo hall and casino operators, but with innovative use of server-based gaming in new locations now...
As part of a series of recent measures designed to tackle gambling addiction, the Catalan government has proposed that no new slot machine parlours should be permitted to open in the region.
Operators applying for UK licences under the 2005 Gambling Act should take the necessary steps to protect commercially sensitive information that is disclosed to the Gambling Commission.
A new chapter in Argentina’s political history was opened yesterday when the country’s first elected female leader, Cristina Kirchner, was sworn in as president. However, Government intervention in...
A new regulatory regime under the 2005 Gambling Act is now in force, but anticipated growth as a result of the legislative change seems to have been undermined by the UK Treasury’s approach to the...
Politicians and operators are calling on the Secretary of Government to establish a firmer policy to tackle illicit gaming as the Mexican gambling industry looks back on a year of significant legal...
Operators licensed under the 2005 Gambling Act should have already begun to compile certain pieces of information they will be required to submit to the Gambling Commission as part of their...

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