UK charity GambleAware's latest responsible gambling TV campaign has come under widespread criticism from groups seeking to reduce gambling-related harms.
Danish sports groups are pushing the government to re-evaluate marketing laws after they were told consumer loan companies will have to abandon their sponsorship deals with teams and leagues also...
Final regulations adopted by the Virginia Lottery on Tuesday removed a provision that would have required operators to submit all marketing materials for pre-approval, but retained a unique ban on...
Spain's minister of consumer affairs has sharply criticised La Liga football clubs for signing or extending existing gambling sponsorships even though such deals are due to be banned from October.
More than a year after the release of a voluntary code for responsible sports-betting advertising, the American Gaming Association (AGA) on Monday outlined how the code will be enforced.
As operators continue to wait for major online gambling markets to open in Argentina, Brazil and Peru, advertising is already an issue in regulatory forerunner Colombia, conference panelists said...
German states have agreed to allow tolerance of some kinds of online casino gambling if operators adopt the stringent requirements planned for Summer 2021 early.
In-play betting and online casino have next to no chance of being legalised in Australia, according to former gaming regulators from Australia’s largest state governments.
With regulations set to be approved by the Virginia Lottery Board next week, potential market entrants and other stakeholders have weighed in on proposals, including a potential ban on Olympic...
Smelling blood, eager offshore operators are capitalising on the weakness created by Belgium’s restrictive regime, one local operator has warned.
The fate of €500m in Italian slot machine fees is set to be decided by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), with the government facing the possibility of a massive tax refund.
One of Norway’s foremost legal experts has warned the country’s new gambling law could face defeat in European courts over its restrictive structure.
The European Commission has launched an in-depth investigation into whether Belgium broke state aid rules by allowing Ladbrokes to enjoy an effective monopoly on operating virtual betting.
Chicago is on the hunt for casino-resort knowledge, a Wisconsin tribe settle major fine and Google opens up more US states for gambling advertising.
With sports betting expected to be live in at least 20 U.S. jurisdictions by year’s end, top executives at the country’s leading sports-betting brands have highlighted the importance of having...
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority is facing criticism for not naming and shaming companies whose ads it found on child-oriented sites, while the biggest gambling trade group proposes...

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