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 helping suppliers determine the legality of different products in the jurisdictions in which they provide services.

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

Whilst gaming operators in the Republic of Ireland have been waiting for the introduction of licensed casinos, poker tournaments have regularly been staged in private members clubs, without...
In outlining his Government’s policies for the next year, Macau Chief Executive Edmund Ho spoke earlier this week of the need for improved regulation of the territory’s casino industry, including...
With the new regulatory regime in Britain beginning to take shape, Gamblingcompliance.com presents the following guide to the reporting obligations of 2005 Gambling Act licensees. As well as...
The day after MGM Mirage announced that its long-awaited Macau casino joint venture with Pansy Ho will open just before Christmas, embattled Macau Chief Executive Edmund Ho has stressed his...
A top member of the National Indian Gaming Commission said yesterday he would not rule out withdrawing controversial new rules aimed at cracking down on more sophisticated Class II gambling...
Poker might not yet be quite as popular in Spain as it is in other European countries but Spanish participation in both online and land-based poker tournaments is becoming increasingly commonplace....
A number of leading gaming machine manufacturers consider Mexico to be one of the hottest markets in the world, although close analysis of the applicable legislation shows that Mexico has not...
As Nevada prepares for the first field trial of legal mobile gambling later this year at the Venetian property in Las Vegas, Cantor Gaming, the operator that lobbied for its legalization, have said...
Harrah’s Entertainment is on track to win regulatory approval by year’s end for its multibillion-dollar buyout by a group of private investment firms, say industry observers, and officials familiar...
Local politicians on Bintan Island are hoping to bypass national laws and build Indonesia’s first foreigners-only casino.
President Antonio Saca’s bill to close casinos throughout El Salvador has been declared unconstitutional by the country’s Supreme Court because it would violate municipal autonomy.
New Brunswick, one of only two Canadian provinces without licensed casino gambling, plans to introduce a casino by 2010 whilst cutting the number of VLTs located elsewhere in the province by 25...
A court in Biloxi has reversed the Mississippi Gaming Commission’s decision to award a gambler the full US$1m jackpot displayed in error on an IGT-programmed slot machine in the Imperial Palace...
The Chilean Government has unveiled a long-awaited plan to introduce more rigorous restrictions on the distribution of slot machines in the country. The legislative project will also impose tougher...
The Ecuadorian authorities have seized over a thousand machines since initiating what legitimate operators would consider to be a long-overdue clampdown on illegal gambling in the Andean country.
A convincing victory for Democratic challenger Steve Beshear in Tuesday’s gubernatorial election has raised the prospect of casino gambling being introduced in the Bluegrass State, including slot...

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