Local regulation of online gambling has spread throughout Europe over the past decade and into the U.S., Latin America and Africa, presenting new opportunities and competitive challenges from traditional gambling companies, while requiring online operators to comply with different regulatory regimes in different markets.

GamblingCompliance breaks down the latest developments in online gambling regulation jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction to help operators and regulators monitor market growth, identify which products are permitted in specific jurisdictions and address compliance challenges from advertising restrictions to enforcement risks.

Online gambling interests in Cambodia continue to express confusion over the reach of the government’s ban on online operations, while others are considering shifting operations to Europe or...
As technology companies’ regulations begin to have a greater impact on businesses in other sectors, the US technology giant Apple has begun to tackle the issue of policing gambling-related apps...
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888 Holdings is "compliant with the letter of the law" in the Netherlands and has had no approaches from Dutch regulators, executives said, whereas most of its rivals have incurred penalties that...
Sweden-focused affiliates say they are struggling to gain a foothold in the country’s re-regulated market as compliance concerns and a saturated landscape drive away potential investors.
The stalemate that has stalled online gaming legislation in Michigan could carry over into the debate over legalizing sports betting in the state, although the legislator who has introduced bills...
Latest half-yearly data from UK-listed 888 Holdings. The data released for the operator contains the following information: B2C & B2B revenue, operating expenses, operating profit, profit...
Football clubs Liverpool and Chelsea have terminated their marketing deals with 1xBet, one of the betting companies linked to an investigation into white label provider FSB, which, despite its...
The German state of Hesse is touting a potential 10 percent increase in funding for sports, education and youth causes as online sports betting launches next year.
Northern Ireland will not be updating its gambling laws or delivering regulatory alignment between itself and the UK anytime soon, according to a report published by the Secretary of State for...
Cambodia’s top official for gambling says Cambodia’s long-gestating casino regulation bill is due for passage “early next year”, although the Ministry of Economy and Finance is yet to finalise...
Brazil will propose an open licensing regime for sports betting and seek to apply a reduced tax rate of one percent on turnover, the country’s chief lottery official has said.
A Norwegian regulator willingly engaged in a raucous debate with online gambling licensing advocates who called the country “the most hostile in Europe”.
Poland’s Supreme Audit Office (NIK), the body tasked with safeguarding public spending, has said that the country is still struggling to tackle illegal gambling despite the various, often...
The Danish Competition Authority blocked a Danish trade group's plans to forge an agreement with television companies to reduce the number of gambling commercials, the trade group's chief executive...
Veikkaus, the Finnish gambling monopoly, has pledged to reduce its marketing efforts, cut slot machine numbers and introduce comprehensive self-exclusion as it seeks to quell public and political...

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