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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.

Britbet and the Tote consortium have agreed to an arrangement to pool bets in a deal meant to funnel £50m to racetracks over the next seven years, heading off a dispute that could have led to...
A Gibraltar-based lottery betting company has been banned by a regional German court from receiving bets on the outcomes of state lotteries, but the regional court decision has again raised...
Bookmakers across Ireland, including GVC’s Ladbrokes and the independent heavy-hitter Boylesports, are reconsidering their sponsorship deals in the face of what may become an “impossible trading...
MGM Resorts International has applied for three online gaming licenses in Pennsylvania, as the gaming company on Tuesday posted third-quarter earnings that “exceeded expectations” and signaled a...
The big four among the United States' leagues are going in three different directions in the sports-betting debate, and the lack of alignment may diminish chances for a comprehensive agreement with...
A formal licensing process for online gambling operators has yet to be opened in the country and the legislation does not currently list the specific online gambling products that can be offered....
Online gambling companies will take a slightly bigger tax hit than expected in the new UK budget with a rise to 21 percent remote gaming duty, but it will come in October next year, later than some...
UK casinos serving high net worth clientele have been warned again not to let their anti-money laundering controls slide as authorities roll out a new weapon targeting sources of wealth in the...
At the quarterly Prime Ministers’ Conference in Germany, which took place in Hamburg from October 24 to 26, state lawmakers made little headway towards breaking the continuing deadlock on the...
Unlike most of the U.S.' major professional and amateur sports organizations, the National Hockey League (NHL) is not seeking a legislative requirement for sports-betting operators to pay an...
The Florida Chamber of Commerce, which in the past has urged restraint in amending the state’s constitution, is urging its members and voters to support Amendment 3 on the November ballot, which...
A transition period post-Brexit will be an “important cushion” for Gibraltar to be able to adjust to the new world that follows the UK leaving the European Union, its Chief Minister has said.
Martin Glenn, chief executive of the Football Association, English football’s not-for-profit governing body, has backed a plan, which was floated by a British newspaper, to introduce a “fair return...
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has formed a new committee to examine sports betting, a move that follows a decision announced earlier this year that it would not support the...
Latest quarterly data from Swedish-listed Kindred Group (formerly Unibet). The data released for the operator contains the following information: Gross winnings revenue (GWR), gross profit, profit...
Latest quarterly data from Swedish-listed MRG (formerly Mr Green). The data released for the operator contains the following information: Game win, total revenue, cost of sales, marketing expenses,...

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