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.

A quirky legal framework for gambling in the once brutal and isolated nation has created an apparently free market allowing the establishment of casinos and online sports betting but exemptions...
A group of Harvard University law students and academics met last night with a pair of professional poker legends, Crandell Addington and Howard Lederer , to explore what it will take to convince...
The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong special administrative region last week quashed long-running speculation that he would move to license casinos on the former British colony, accepting that it...
Democrat Governors in three key states, Illinois, Massachusetts and Maryland, are pushing major gambling proposals, with the outcome being closely watched by both industry executives and anti...
In a trading update late last week UK bingo and casino group Rank blamed the smoking ban, which came into effect on July 1 in England, and the implementation of the Gambling Act on September 1, for...
Gamblingcompliance.com reviews the taxation regime applicable to gambling operators in Romania.
Gaming companies interested in competing for the right to build one of three proposed Massachusetts casino resorts will have to pay up to play in the state, with financial requirements ranging well...
The decision by Nevada regulators to reject new kiosks that take debit card payments in exchange for tickets to play slots has proven there can be such a thing as too much gambling, even in Vegas....
Ahead of an important national holiday in Taiwan today, politicians have been jockeying for position on the question of casino licensing in the outlying islands near China.
Nevada local market specialist Station Casinos, has seen its plans to return to private ownership, via a complex $8.9 billion stock buyout backed by members of its founding Las Vegas family, waved...
Las Vegas-based Golden Gaming Inc. has become the latest operator to bid to open a casino in Wyandotte County casino in Kansas, with a proposed $600 million mixed-use development, but the legality...
The Argentine market has prospered greatly under the presidency of Nestor Kirchner. With Kirchner’s wife Cristina seemingly set to take over from her husband, the country’s gambling industry which...
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...

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