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.

With the bulk of its September 1st licence applications now processed and for the most part approved, the Gambling Commission looks to have cleared a major regulatory hurdle without too much...
UK Advertising regulators are to launch their own monitoring project to assess whether TV gambling commercials are meeting statutory regulations after receiving only 30 complaints since the law was...
The Italian gaming regulator, AAMS (Agenzia Autonoma Monopolio di Stato) is heading for a change of name, a change of personnel and a total restructuring according to information announced by the...
As with any complex piece of legislation, operators are looking for ways to make the 2005 Gambling Act work in their favour by applying for multiple premises licences for a single building, thereby...
In a trading update late last week UK bingo and casino group Rank blamed the smoking ban, which came into effect on July 1 in England, and the implementation of the Gambling Act on September 1, for...
Gamblingcompliance.com reviews the taxation regime applicable to gambling operators in Romania.
The Argentine market has prospered greatly under the presidency of Nestor Kirchner. With Kirchner’s wife Cristina seemingly set to take over from her husband, the country’s gambling industry which...
Against a background of rising concern over higher rates of taxation for private gambling operators in the country, Mexican media giant and gaming operator Televisa is asking the government’s...
Malta, has an advanced legal framework and regulatory environment which is changing fast to keep up with current developments and to give effect to European legislation, evidenced most recently...
A gathering of influential leaders in the on-line bingo industry met in London this week at the second online bingo summit organised by Bullet Business. One of their most urgent tasks was to review...
After an intense and brief discussion the Mexican Senate last week finally approved the tax reform bill proposed by Felipe Calderon’s Government. However, lawmakers amended some aspects of the bill...
Delegates at yesterday’s Online Bingo Summit in London were keen to learn of European opportunities away from the more developed and competitive Swedish and UK markets but, according to a leading...
Reports in Venezuela suggest that President Hugo Chávez is preparing to move against the country’s private bingo, casino and lottery operators once a new constitution is approved in December 2007...
New Hampshire gambling supporters are preparing to make a major push in the wake of a landmark decision by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick to endorse casino gambling, but history suggests they...
Ahead of its proposed floatation on the Spanish Stock Exchange later this Autumn, leading international casino and bingo operator Codere S.A. has revealed that the company remains locked in...
Reports in the Australian media suggest that Intralot has been offered a lottery licence in Victoria. Whilst unconfirmed, opponents have already suggested that the deal is further evidence of the...

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