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The often divisive field of secondary lotteries has undergone rapid growth in recent years, but operators are facing increasingly effective opposition from traditional lotteries and regulators concerned about marketplace confusion.

GamblingCompliance tracks and analyses secondary lottery legislation and enforcement activities - allowing industry stakeholders to adapt and react to the latest developments in the sector.
 

Malta’s financial regulator has issued detailed anti-money laundering requirements for the island’s licensees, Major League Baseball is calling for federal sports-betting regulation and PAGCOR...
A new lobbying group wants rivals and regulators to stop calling its industry “secondary lotteries”, “synthetic lotteries”, “black lotteries” or even “parasites”. 
The chasm that separates traditional lottery operators and disruptive secondary lotteries shows no sign of being bridged, as executives this week continued their bitter disputes about the perceived...
The Australian parliament has banned secondary lotteries, but the prime target of Thursday’s decision, Lottoland Australia, has said the fight is not over.
With a national ban on lottery and keno betting only weeks away, Lottoland’s Australian arm has lashed out with a regulatory complaint to the New South Wales (NSW) state government over rival Tatts...
Lottoland buys its way into an Italian licence, two senators continue their push for online gambling restrictions in the United States and Goan casinos suffer from increased licensing costs. 
The UK has been criticised for slow responsible gambling progress, a new entrant shakes up Australia's secondary lottery fight and Scientific Games has named its new leader.
With a national ban on secondary lottery and keno products looming, Lottoland’s Australian arm is fighting back, launching an attack on the finances and propriety of the national newsagents...
Sweden’s regulator opens a fresh consultation on updated regulations ahead of open licensing, Borocay confusion reigns in the Philippines and sports leagues in the United States look to ditch...
Lottoland Australia has offered thousands of newsagents a profit-share agreement in an apparent bid to head off legislation banning secondary lotteries.
The Australian government has announced it will ban secondary or synthetic lotteries and keno products in their entirety, handing a victory to the lottery arm of Tabcorp Holdings and other gaming...
Are lotteries “dusty and crusty and old and not even part of this century”? That was the contention of Susan Standiford, ZEAL Network’s chief operating officer, speaking on a panel entitled “State...
Ireland’s national lottery operator has lobbied the government to introduce a ban on offshore betting on lottery games.
Camelot Group is under fire after UK national auditors found that its National Lottery profit gains have far outdistanced its rate of returns to good causes.
The Northern Territory attorney general has overturned regulatory approval for betting on Australian lotteries, stripping industry disruptor Lottoland Australia of some 25 percent of its revenue...
Broad views on what legally constitutes a “betting event” have opened up a huge and controversial industry for betting on lottery numbers in Africa’s biggest gambling market.

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