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.
The New South Wales (NSW) state government has joined three other Australian states in warning that heavy restrictions or even a full ban on Lottoland's online lottery betting operations could be...
Disruptive online lottery betting company Lottoland is stepping up lobbying and legal preparations in defence of its Australian operations after the state governments of Victoria, Western Australia...
A $1.6bn US lottery jackpot led to a “Powerball tsunami” that had almost as much impact on the secondary lottery industry as it did on the winners themselves, according to one industry executive.
A spokesperson for French online gambling regulator ARJEL has urged lotteries to look beyond arch-enemy Lottoland and stressed there are “more dangerous operators” that currently slip through the...
The UK government is seeking to quash bets on the EuroMillions lottery by forbidding them as part of licensing conditions.
Nevada backs slots fees to fund problem gambling care, Malta issues a debut secondary lottery licence and internet poker legislation returns in California.
The UK gambling minister has said she is concerned that bets on the EuroMillions lottery, which sidestep a ban on betting on National Lottery draws, are “contrary to the spirit and intention” of...
Secondary lottery giant Lottoland has been castigated by UK advertising regulators, who said its radio commercial improperly implied that customers were playing in a EuroMillions lottery rather...

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