A Svenska Spel survey of players who hit Sweden's emergency pandemic-linked 5,000-kronor (€488) weekly deposit limits has found that two-thirds experienced harm from gambling, and a third of them...
Coronavirus may be the greatest crisis in the modern gaming era, but regulators already are sounding the alarm about future existential threats likely to follow the pandemic.
Codere says it is leading the charge for Buenos Aires licence in the city's new online gambling framework.
The fact that cyber criminals recently targeted and closed four tribal casinos should have significant implications for the industry, the former chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission...
The increased amount of data being collected by casinos on their customers has led to increasing risk of cyber-attacks, according to industry experts.
The New Zealand government is currently in the process of making changes to the Privacy Act. The justice minister, Andrew Little, introduced to parliament a new Privacy Bill on March 20, 2018,...
UK operators and the Betting and Gaming Council have told lawmakers they would like to see the impending Gambling Act review to look at a licensing scheme for affiliates, affordability checks and...
On the day of the UK’s departure from the EU, the European Gaming and Betting Association has urged the European Commission to include a review of its approach to online gambling in a drive for...
The ability of a casino to use artificial intelligence (AI) and facial recognition to welcome patrons to a property and welcome them with their favorite cocktail already exists, but operators,...
Hospitality and retail companies are among the top seven targets for hackers, and the amount of data that gaming companies keep on their customers makes them extra vulnerable, an expert on...
The UK government and its data watchdog on Sunday launched probes after reports linking betting companies to an educational database featuring the details of millions of children.
Betting kiosks in sports stadiums are common in the UK and other countries but have yet to start appearing in the United States, something that is expected to change in 2020.
This report provides an overview of California’s new data privacy law, which enters into effect on January 1, 2020.
With new payment methods a key theme of last week’s Global Gaming Expo, American Gaming Association president and CEO Bill Miller believes casinos are ready to give their patrons a cashless...
A government representative has warned gambling firms to expect serious complications when receiving data from the EU after Brexit and could only shrug when asked what companies could do to avoid...
Ghana has a structured regulatory system that encompasses most gambling activities and lottery products, as well as a thorough licensing regime. However, there is still a lack of clarity regarding...

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