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.

Oregon's gaming market continues to be dominated by the state lottery, tribal casinos and advance deposit wagering. The state’s gaming market also consists of pari-mutuel wagering and off-track...
Switzerland’s new gambling act was approved on September 29, 2017 and accepted in a referendum on June 10, 2018. The new gambling law entered into force on January 1, 2019.
Latest Annual Gaming Report data from the Department of Treasury and Finance, Tasmania, Australia. The data released for the state contains the following information: Player expenditure, taxes and...
The South African gambling market continues to be dominated by a sizeable, albeit maturing, casino sector, although sustained double-digit growth from betting, limited payout machines (LPMs) and...
Amounts wagered in what has become a radically changed Polish gambling market grew by 15.2 percent year-on-year to PLN14.9bn (€3.4bn) in 2018, led by explosive, enforcement-led growth in online...
Latest annual Charitable Bingo Report from the Texas Lottery Commission. The data released for the state contains the following information: Gross charitable bingo receipts and prizes from paper...
The anticipated change in government in Argentina’s Buenos Aires Province after elections this October appears to have stalled a pending process to award licenses for online gambling, according to...
Norwegian online sports betting and gaming revenue is estimated to have grown by 15 percent to just under €400m in 2018 despite spiralling enforcement activity against offshore providers and strict...
The Danish Competition Authority blocked a Danish trade group's plans to forge an agreement with television companies to reduce the number of gambling commercials, the trade group's chief executive...
A panel of executives from some of the UK’s leading gambling firms arrived at the House of Commons yesterday to face a barrage of questions from unfriendly politicians designed to test their...
An internet law professor declined to recommend putting a cap on online casino stakes and prizes similar to the one on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs), saying that data collection could allow...
A UK House of Lords committee and informal UK parliamentary group will this week examine gambling issues including operator duty of care and the industry’s obligations to protect players from...
Kenyan discussions on the Gaming Bill 2019 have seen widespread support for increasing the proposed minimum amount that can be wagered and expanding an advertising tax to cover all mediums, but...
Latest annual Licensed Companies Report data for Mexico from the Dirección General de Juegos y Sorteos. The data released the country contains the following information: Annual operating statements...
The New Jersey gambling market consists of nine casinos, three racetracks, a lottery, online gambling and sports betting.
Maine's relatively modest gambling market is dominated by the state's lottery and two casinos — one in Bangor and one in Oxford — which operate both slot machines and table games.

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