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.

India’s Karnataka state government has hinted at a policy shift toward online gambling regulation amid growing industry revenue, legalisation of online betting for horseracing and public anxiety...
Anti-addiction advocates are criticising a Danske Spil promotional campaign that will put its "Sikkert Spil" ("Safe Play") slogan on the training uniforms of Denmark's national football team, along...
The parent company of TV channel Eurosport is challenging pending legislation in Norway that will allow for tough enforcement of the country’s offshore gambling advertising ban.
A Veikkaus-commissioned survey found Finnish problem gambling in April at its lowest level among eight surveys taken since 2017, as overall gambling declined and coronavirus pandemic restrictions...
The most volatile sports-betting market in the United States took yet another turn on Friday as Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker reinstated an executive order permitting remote registration for...
Latest Annual Report data from AB Trav och Galopp (ATG) of Sweden. The data released for the operator contains the following information: Turnover by betting product & channel, player winnings,...
Latest half-yearly data from US-listed GAN (formerly GameAccount Network). The data released for the company contains the following information: Gross income from gaming operations & services,...
Veikkaus issues profit warning, US Interior Department approves two new Oklahoma gaming compacts and Japanese lawmaker re-arrested ahead of IR bribery trial.
A new UK study has found that increased speed of play in slot machines reduces self-control among non-problem gamblers, suggesting that faster speeds can spur impulsive behaviour even among those...
Norway has taken another step towards harmonising its gambling laws as debates rage on about how to best resolve the issue of rising problem gambling.
Sweden's coronavirus-linked limits on online casino deposits would be unenforceable across multiple operators and setting up a nationwide registry system would pose formidable obstacles, the...
The crackdown on the gambling industry in the United Kingdom and Europe could be coming sooner than expected to the United States as American casinos scramble to stay in business and the issue of...
UK-licensed operators should expect to owe a duty of care to their customers and face the prospect of a new complaints ombudsman following an overhaul of the Gambling Act, lawyers have advised.
A Canadian sports-betting bill introduced in the House of Commons earlier this year to allow betting on single-game sporting events is expected to be considered after MPs return in late September,...
The CZK10.6bn (€396m) Czech online gambling market has more than doubled in size since the introduction of a new gambling act in 2017, despite largely failing to attract foreign operators, while...
After an 11-year ban, Ukraine re-legalised gambling in August 2020 through a new gambling act. The act provides for eight main licence types: land-based casinos; online casinos; gaming machines;...

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