Denmark rolls out new advertising requirements, Brazil moves to insulate national lottery from virus damage and a Macau construction site is closed after deaths.  
As governments across Africa continue to intensify their restrictive measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, operators in the burgeoning gambling industries of Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria are...
This special report provides a look at the 2019 Gaming Bill proposing to modernise the gambling framework in Kenya.
Gambling affiliates have been accused of exploiting coronavirus panic to encourage gamblers to spend more, prompting operators and technology providers to react.
The Danish Gambling Authority updated the 2020 licensing fees and additional requirements for player protection have been adopted in the country.
In December 2018, both the province and city of Buenos Aires passed legislation to authorise online gambling. This report provides a comprehensive summary of the regulatory regime for both...
The Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA) is adamant that opening up online gambling will benefit Dutch consumers, as it admits the ban on online gambling is effectively impossible to enforce with...
The third amendment of the Interstate Treaty on Gambling entered into force at the beginning of 2020 in Germany. New amendments to the treaty are expected to enter into force from mid-2021 and will...
Ukraine gambling reforms have stalled amid national political chaos, sports betting goes live in Michigan and the Crown Resorts inquiry in New South Wales will be able to compel Melco testimony.
Secondary legislation detailing the licensing procedure for online gambling has been notified to the European Commission; the standstill period is scheduled to end in April 2020.

This tracker, produced by GamblingCompliance, offers our subscribers the opportunity to follow the Advertising Standards Authority's (ASA) rulings relating to gambling advertising, and includes...

The Netherlands is to extend its two-year "cooling-off period" by an additional six months, frustrating a group of fined operators that had been on course to avoid a temporary ban, as the...
The Spanish Ministry of Consumer Affairs has defended its decision to heavily restrict gambling advertising as opposed to totally prohibiting it like tobacco.
UK researchers have called for video game loot boxes to be regulated as gambling, citing links between heavy spending on the video game features and problem gambling.
A ramp-up in advertising spend could not prevent Spanish online gambling revenue from falling year-on-year for the first time on record in the fourth quarter of 2019, with full-year net gaming...
The Norwegian government is looking to restrict gambling marketing by introducing a new amendment to the country’s broadcasting code, after years of struggling to successfully enforce the country’s...

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