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.

As it emerges from a recent liberalisation process, the gambling sector in Italy is finding itself under fire on a number of fronts and the attention is battering the share prices of some of the...
As a growing number of US states consider legalising casinos, the gaming industry is firing back against its critics. A study sponsored by the industry’s main trade group argues that the so-called ...
As Indian casinos have ballooned into a $26 billion industry, concerns about fraud inside the booming industry have also risen. But a federal initiative aimed at rooting out both outside scams and...
With just eighteen months to go before the Russian gaming landscape is redrawn according to President Vladimir Putin’s draconian 2006 federal law, business is booming for Russia’s operators....
The floating casino in Puerto Madero has reopened after the court-imposed order to cease operations was lifted. The casino’s joint operator, Casino Club, has also been boosted by a Presidential...
Reports suggesting that Tourism Minister Yitzchak Aharonovitch has allotted a plot of land for a casino in Eilat have fuelled speculation that casinos may soon be reintroduced in Israeli territory...
As discussion of new casino legislation restarts in earnest in Japan, the advisor to the ruling party’s casino study group, Toru Mihara, has warned that the current consensus for change is still...
Although most casino operators would typically be more fearful of being closed down over regulatory non-compliance, one Las Vegas casino was this week forced to open, for one day only, to avoid...
With parliamentary approval secured for its plan to privatise the operation of the Hotel Carrasco, the Municipal Government of Montevideo has now opened a public tender to both national and...
The worst fears of Indian Country were confirmed last week when officials at the Department of the Interior rejected a raft of applications for off reservation casino projects. Tribal leaders...
According to a respected Wall Street forecast the new year will bring a mixed bag for the US gaming industry, the prospect of gambling expansion in some key states tempered by increased regulation...
Proposed new legislation to prevent the unauthorised exploitation of fake Egyptian artifacts abroad could mean that the Las Vegas Strip’s iconic Luxor hotel may have to abandon its famous exhibit...
Greece’s small network of successful licensed casinos has thrived in the past decade but according to reports emerging from the country, their numbers are set to expand in the new year as the...
Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) has agreed in principle to submit a bill to parliament to legalise casinos in the country, according to reports emerging from Japan this week. However,...
The Chilean Casino Control Board will accept applications for the remaining three licences to be granted under a 2005 law that allowed for up to 17 new casinos to be introduced in the country. The...
In a scandal that has rocked the Uruguayan government, the head regulators of casinos and lotteries in the country have been formally charged with fraud and extortion over alleged mis-management of...

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