While remaining a key source of revenue for state and national governments, traditional lottery operators across the world share the challenge of looking to bolster their appeal among younger players in an era of increasing competition from online gambling.

GamblingCompliance provides subscribers with verifiable data on lottery markets across the globe, while helping lotteries and their suppliers compare regulatory and operating approaches to interactive lottery games, sports lotteries and privatisation models.

The Danish government has given the clearest indication yet that it is preparing to liberalise the country’s online gambling market after the Minister for Taxation told a Danish radio station that...
Svenska Spel’s Jesper Kärrbrink announced yesterday that he is to step down from his role as CEO of the company. The announcement comes less than three weeks after the appointment of a new chair to...
In the final part of a review of the 3rd Annual Legal and Business Guide to Gaming in Canada Conference, held in Toronto at the end of February, Christine Mingie, barrister and solicitor with...
GamblingCompliance spoke exclusively to Stanleybet International’s managing director John Whittaker about the legal difficulties the Liverpool-based bookmaker is continuing to experience in Italy,...
New Hampshire has rejected a proposal that would have significantly expanded gambling in the New England state, saying no to a push by local chambers of commerce to raise money by offering casino...
Spanish gaming operator Codere and Brazilian racetrack owners are lobbying the Brazilian government to reverse a decision taken by the Ministry of Agriculture to ban international simulcasts at...
A report from the Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) suggests that gambling has become the biggest entertainment industry in the country and alongside this growth is what the CGA claims is the best...
GamblingCompliance spoke exclusively to Melco PBL subsidiary MPEL's chief executive Lawrence Ho about the Macau casino concession holder's plans for its six-star high roller property, the Crown...
Moves by a number of its European lottery clients into sports betting and online gambling will help Lottomatica reach annual revenue growth targets of up to 15 percent over the next two years,...
As part of a series of interviews with gaming regulators from Latin America, GamblingCompliance spoke exclusively with Mery Luz Londoño, president of ETESA, the chief regulator of gambling and...
Against a background of wide-ranging agreement from both private and state sectors that existing betting monopolies in Europe are unsustainable in their current form, a senior official from UEFA...
Massachusetts may be one of the last holdouts in the US against casino liberalisation, but a new study claims that residents of the state are helping fuel the expansion of the casino industry...
A long-standing dispute over the Michigan lottery's Club Keno game between the State of Michigan and the two northern Michigan Indian tribes has been settled, releasing millions of dollars...
The 3rd Annual Legal and Business Guide to Gaming in Canada Conference included discussions over precisely what duty of care is owed by Canada’s lottery corporations, and the integrity of the...
New legislation due to come into force in January 2009 means that Estonia is on the verge of completing a much anticipated modernisation of its gambling regulatory regime. The new law, notified to...
Under pressure, Puerto Rico Governor Aníbal Acevedo Vilá has advocated privatizing the island’s lottery in order to balance his Government’s budget for the forthcoming fiscal year. But while the...

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