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Although land-based casinos are regulated throughout the world, different jurisdictions continue to adopt divergent policy approaches, from limits on licenses or the size of gaming floors, to tax rates.

GamblingCompliance helps casino operators to identify new markets for growth and analyze local regulatory environments to support their investment decisions, while suppliers can confirm the legality of different products in their jurisdictions their service.

We also help casinos and their advisors address challenges presented by rising expectations in anti-money laundering compliance, and understand the threats and opportunities presented by regulatory regimes for online casino gaming.

An ill-tempered debate over expanded gambling has erupted in Rhode Island as state lawmakers grapple with the prospect that neighboring Massachusetts may build as many as three resort-style casinos...
In June Gamblingcompliance.com identified a number of key pending Australian cases which would clarify the position as to whether, and in what circumstances a casino will owe a duty of care to a...
Melbourne’s Crown Casino was fined $35,000 last month for conducting card games without a full deck and breaking the rules of other games conducted at the venue. The fines come on top of additional...
Regulators, operators and manufacturers alike are united in the belief that new slot machine regulations, expected to be introduced in Argentina in the near future, are a necessary step towards the...
With an economy growing at 9.6 percent per year and a growing cadre of dollar millionaires, India is a juicy prize for the gaming industry. However, India’s central government has devolved gambling...
The Michigan Legislature and Governor Jennifer Granholm reached a state budget agreement for the 2008 fiscal year on Monday morning at around 4am, staving off a potential shutdown of the Detroit
Fundamental arguments tying casino expansion and economic development have become weapons in an increasingly heated gubernatorial race in Kentucky and it is all taking place under the gaze of other...
A major legislative battle over expanded gambling is shaping up in Massachusetts, with House Speaker Sal DiMasi signaling serious reservations with a proposal to legalize resort-style casinos....
New Jersey gaming regulators are set to examine the US$17.1bn buyout of Harrah's Entertainment by two private equity firms at a hearing scheduled for October 17.
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...
An Australian judge has rejected a self-excluded problem gambler’s bid to have his losses reimbursed by the Star City Casino in Sydney but made no determination on the adequacy of the Casino’s...
Nepal’s best-known casino operator, Richard Tuttle, has painted a bleak picture of the casino sector’s fate in the remote mountain kingdom. Beset by political instability, violence and poor...
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...
Separate instances of disputed jackpot winnings in Macau this year, culminating in a controversial Stargames machine malfunction in August, are driving the region’s regulators to begin an overhaul...
US operator Harrah’s, and its partners the Slovenian Hit Group, have received the backing of the Nova Gorica city council and the State Finance Ministry to go ahead with a €750m resort casino in...
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...

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