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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.

UK bookmaker Ladbrokes has reported record year-end profits, and emphasised the importance of capitalising on regulatory change in international markets, but noted increased competition in some of...
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Federal authorities in Florida have asked the state’s banks to pay special attention to small international wire transfers related to internet gambling and in an attempt to cut down on alleged...
The online payments processor has now extended its ban on US online gambling transactions to Canadian consumers, according to an on-site notice this week.
Norway has announced plans to begin actively filtering all internet content entering the country, with online gambling sites high on the list of material they are seeking to exclude.
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...
Following a recent roundtable discussion, major operators and charities are set to collaborate on drawing up an international code of best practice regarding responsible online gambling.
Isle of Man-based payment processor Neteller has confirmed rumours circulating earlier this week that the US authorities have seized customer funds related to US gambling transactions.
France’s projet de loi sur la délinquance, (law on delinquency) which is aimed at stopping the spread of delinquency among its youth, is set to include sweeping legislation that will prevent online...
The US Department of Justice has issued subpoenas requesting information from financial institutions including a number of banks in connection with internet gaming companies, raising grave concerns...
Is online gambling a terrorist front? To some, the US government's tactics smack of desperation.
Mobile gambling operator Probability is adapting to the regulatory responsibilities that a stock exchange listing and international growth brings.
Recent developments in the United States, including the arrests of Neteller founders Stephen Lawrence and John Lefebvre, and the subpoenas issued to UK investment banks involved with online...
The recent arrests of the Neteller founders John Lefebvre and Stephen Lawrence on FBI instigated money laundering charges will have a direct impact on ability to recruit talent into the gambling...
Gibraltar-based Victor Chandler becomes the first international betting operator licensed in soccer-mad South American country - will others follow?

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