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.

With the bulk of its September 1st licence applications now processed and for the most part approved, the Gambling Commission looks to have cleared a major regulatory hurdle without too much...
In mid-October, the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG) published its report on the state of Macau’s money laundering regime, saying that although progress has been made, there is still...
Renowned gaming lawyer Anthony Cabot provides a primer on Nevada gaming licensing, with emphasis on the investigative process that underpins the granting of non-restricted licenses.
UK Advertising regulators are to launch their own monitoring project to assess whether TV gambling commercials are meeting statutory regulations after receiving only 30 complaints since the law was...
Following intense press speculation that a second casino licence could soon be granted to James Packer’s PBL, the New South Wales Government yesterday announced that Tabcorp’s Star City would...
At the IAGA/IAGRA conference held in Chicago earlier this month, industry lawyers, regulators and advisors spent much time discussing the likely industry impact of the series of pending...
A bill obliging local governments to shut down casinos throughout the Central American country should be presented to the El Salvadorian President by the end of the month but debate surrounding the...
As with any complex piece of legislation, operators are looking for ways to make the 2005 Gambling Act work in their favour by applying for multiple premises licences for a single building, thereby...
For gaming devices, such as slot machines to work effectively, there are a number of components that when applied, affect the functionality of the machine. These components are examples of ...
Although less stringent than those withdrawn by the National Indian Gaming Council (NIGC) last year, the National Indian Gaming Association says that compliance with updated machine regulations...
Following intensive lobbying by the American Gaming Association, the IRS has decided to alter its position obliging poker tournament organizers to withhold 25 percent of poker winnings. Organizers...
Regulators in New Jersey and in Mississippi last week approved the proposed $31 billion acquisition of Harrah's Entertainment by two private equity firms following assurances that the new owners...
Spanish gaming giant Cirsa has signalled its intention to continue its legal challenge to the licensing of the Gran Casino Aljarafe, which reopened this weekend after an enforced two-month closure...
Non-profit organisation the Swedish Poker Association (SPA) has announced that it intends to sue state-owned monopoly Svenska Spel for infringement of copyright regarding the use of the Swedish...
With its ability to introduce new casinos limited by prohibitive regulations, the municipal government of Seoul, South Korea’s capital city, has unveiled plans to enlarge existing sites in order to...
The Chilean Casino Board recently opened a public consultation on proposed technical standards to be applied to gaming machines in the country’s existing seven casinos, as well as in the fifteen...

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