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.

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...
New Hampshire gambling supporters are preparing to make a major push in the wake of a landmark decision by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick to endorse casino gambling, but history suggests they...
Ahead of its proposed floatation on the Spanish Stock Exchange later this Autumn, leading international casino and bingo operator Codere S.A. has revealed that the company remains locked in...
The state of Florida and the Seminole Tribe are within a week or two of a deal that would allow the tribe to implement a more lucrative form of gaming and create as much as $100m in additional...
With two possible casino laws under consideration in Taiwan, observers are speculating that the older version, which legalises gaming but lacks detailed implementation structures, will be favoured...
An ongoing failure to agree a state budget in Michigan has raised the spectre of a state government shutdown at the end of September. Detroit’s casinos fear that they would be forced to close their...
To the surprise of many, the much-awaited report noted there has been no increase in problem gambling in the UK since 1999. Although further research is called for, the news will be of welcome...
Illinois Senate Democrats have approved an expanded gambling bill that would deliver $13 billion to road and school construction projects, including a bailout for the Chicago area's struggling mass...
State governments across the US are falling short when it comes to fetching top dollar for casino licenses as they look to expanded gambling for extra revenue to fill empty coffers, according to a...
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick yesterday unveiled a long-awaited plan to develop three resort casinos across the state under the supervision of an independent commission, and speculation has...
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick is expected to announce plans as soon as today to sell off licenses to operate three casino resorts across the state.

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