The ninety-day grace period during which slots operators in Peru can apply for an official gaming licence is set to end on March 24, but government threats of a “severe crackdown” after that date...
Aristocrat Leisure Ltd., the world's second-largest maker of slot machines, saw revenues from its Japanese business fall more than 80% in the second-half of 2006, as new rules limiting machine...
Scottish bingo operator petitions the Scottish parliament for tax breaks whilst Rank announces the closure of nine bingo halls in England before the implementation of the smoking ban in July.
Greentrack in Eutaw, Alabama is continuing to operate video bingo machines despite an Alabama Supreme Court ruling that video lottery machines are illegal.
The British Casino Association, chaired by Viscountess Cobham, has reportedly secured the services of Michael Beloff QC with the intent of taking on the UK government to redress unfair competition...
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Court filings have revealed that the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and MGM Mirage are looking to build a casino in Atlantic City's marina district.
With a location between the two traditional gambling hotbeds of Turkey and Russia, the Georgian capital of Tbilisi should be able to lay claim to its own bustling casino industry.
Texas governor Rick Perry has announced plans to privatise the State’s lottery, a move which some believe could lead to the relaxation of the Lone Star State’s strict anti-gambling laws.
When draft proposals suggesting spread betting could be advertised on television were unveiled last year, it must have sounded like the promised land for the UK’s four principal sports spread firms.
In an unusual turn of events, the monopoly operator Westlotto has been found to be itself not licensed to operate sports betting in Nordrhein Westfalen.
Dublin based spreadbetting firm Worldspreads has announced a joint venture with Phumelela, Africa’s largest horseracing and tote betting company, to offer sports spread betting in South Africa.
Venezuela’s controversial President Hugo Chávez has hinted that he may make moves against casinos and bingos as part of his plans to install “21st century socialism” in Venezuela.
Greece has one of the highest per capita expenditures on betting in the world, in a market controlled by OPAP, one of the world’s most overarching betting monopolies, but OPAP’s licence to operate...
A total of $109 billion 2005 was wagered on the sport of horseracing in 2005, up from $103 billion in 2004, according to statistics from the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities ...