Slot machines face removal from restaurants across Poland after the supreme court confirmed proprietors are also liable for tax penalties.
Washington has blacklisted an unfinished Chinese-funded resort in Cambodia over human rights abuses and graft, marking the US Treasury’s second sanctioning of casino-linked operations in Southeast...
Albania’s government has approved controversial plans to allow for the return of casinos to its capital city, leading opposition lawmakers to call for an investigation into possible corruption.
The U.S. Probation Department for the Southern District of New York is recommending a sentence of time served for PokerStars co-founder Isai Scheinberg, the key figure in the historic Black Friday...
Taiwanese investigators have shut down another online gambling network after a series of 21 raids, part of a six-month stream of probes that is worrying the gaming services industry.
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.
Despite plans to launch online betting next month, a controversial Tennessee regulation capping the amount operators can hold will not be enforced until 2021.
The Philippine National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has charged 19 airport staff with corruption for allowing employees of online gambling operations to enter the country without scrutiny.
The Indian state is set to ban online gambling, including rummy and poker, and imprison players and operators for first offences.
As casinos reopen nationwide under strict guidelines to prevent new outbreaks of coronavirus, the AGA's Bill Miller is asking state lawmakers to assist in the gaming industry's recovery by...
The Chinese government is placing new pressure on Asia’s coronavirus-battered casinos through a cross-ministry blacklist of gambling destinations that court Chinese nationals.
Denmark’s gambling minister is developing a proposal that would make the country’s secretive gambling fines and penalties public for the first time.
Anti-addiction advocates are criticising a Danske Spil promotional campaign that will put its "Sikkert Spil" ("Safe Play") slogan on the training uniforms of Denmark's national football team, along...
The parent company of TV channel Eurosport is challenging pending legislation in Norway that will allow for tough enforcement of the country’s offshore gambling advertising ban.
Veikkaus issues profit warning, US Interior Department approves two new Oklahoma gaming compacts and Japanese lawmaker re-arrested ahead of IR bribery trial.

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