The UK's Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has rebuked Coral for three games the regulator says are of particular appeal to children. However, the games are not exclusive to Coral and are...
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) does not offer a carte blanche to store player data, but operators can justify its use in analytics and self-exclusion to comply with licence...
Portugal’s land-based sports betting monopoly has launched its long-anticipated online betting platform as it moves to reassure the market it will take steps to avoid unfair competition.
European gaming machine operators say they are disillusioned by an unreasonable focus on self-exclusion from regulators, as old divisions threaten to undermine new calls for cooperation.
Moves towards tighter controls on gambling advertising are gaining momentum in Bulgaria and Lithuania, with parliaments in both countries due to debate amendments that would limit the scope of...
The All India Gaming Federation (AIGF), the nation’s pre-eminent gaming policy lobby group and think tank, has responded to India’s sluggish pace of regulatory reform by launching a voluntary...
Delaware will begin offering single-game sports wagering at its three casinos on Tuesday, becoming the first state to offer betting on professional and college sports since the U.S. Supreme Court...
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has rebuked Malta-based m88.com for adverts that the regulator believes could encourage children to gamble, against a backdrop of mounting political...
Attempts by gambling companies to build diverse teams and cultures have been slow going, but the results are tangible, according to a range of HR experts and industry figures.
The Gambling Commission has warned operators to be careful when employing targeted marketing tactics, in the wake of a story in the Guardian last week that claimed operators are using artificial...
The Irish government was on Wednesday night accused of dragging its feet over gambling regulation, with claims it was not fully committed to reforming the country’s archaic gambling laws.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has issued a second negative assessment of matched betting marketing practices in as many months, as it rules against previous complainant OddsMonkey over...
Although the UK’s largest gambling companies are in many cases performing better than the national average on their gender pay gaps, several leading industry figures say there is much more to do to...
As lawmakers continue talks on whether to call a special session on gambling, the war of words between one of Florida’s most well-known gaming lobbyists and an anti-gambling advocate continues,...
Televised gambling adverts in the UK will feature responsible gambling information on screen at all times, under changes to a voluntary code announced on Friday by the Industry Group for...
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority has criticised Profit Accumulator, a matched betting website, for misleading advertising and falsely impartial reviews.

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