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.

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...
Ireland’s fractured gambling industry, which includes one of Europe’s largest online betting markets on a population-adjusted basis, continues to await reform, with the Gambling Control Bill first...
Spain’s Codere has reported a sharp drop in second-quarter earnings and lowered its full-year guidance due to the depreciation of the peso in Argentina, its largest market, as executives refuse to...
Latest annual National Gaming Board Report data from South Africa. The data released for each region contains the following information: Turnover, gross gambling revenue, tax and returns to player ...
The Bahamas’ web shops, which offer gaming for locals, are under threat from a government moratorium on new licenses and increased taxes.
Online operators have been encouraged to hand over data on their games and customers to researchers, as part of a UK drive to understand the harms caused by specific gambling products.
As UK advertising rules tighten, Swedish operators including LeoVegas report UK compliance as a factor in slowing growth and tumbling shares. 
The UK Gambling Commission has today announced new rules that will allow it to take faster and more impactful enforcement action against companies that breach advertising guidelines or consumer law.
Escalating tax increases for gaming machines have been added to the latest version of Italy’s advertising-led Dignity Decree, along with a renewed commitment from government to “reorganise” the...
GVC Holding’s Kenny Alexander delivered on a promise to be “big, bold and aggressive” in venturing into the US, and now he needs to make the investment pay off.
Tech giants Google and Facebook have reacted swiftly to the introduction of a ban on all forms of gambling advertising in Italy, removing all traces of Italian-facing marketing well before the July...
The Albanian government adopted the law regulating the conditions and technical requirements for online gambling licensing in late November 2017. Albania currently has one licensed online gambling...
Latest Annual Gaming Overview Report data from the Norwegian Gaming Board, Lotteri- og Stiftelsestilsynet. The data released for the country contains the following information: Gross turnover &...
The new gambling regulatory regime entered into force in the Czech Republic on January 1, 2017. The new law allows for EU- and EEA-based operators to enter the Czech market for the first time and...
Canada’s sprawling, C$16bn+ gambling market continues to be dominated by low-growth terrestrial gaming facilities, with higher-growth government-run online operations still dwarfed by the land...
Latest Annual Gaming Report data from the Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic. The data released for the country contains the following information by gaming sector: Amounts staked, prizes,...

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