UK regulators have launched a review of white label and gaming platform provider FSB Technology amid concerns it has broken its licence conditions.
Playtech's chief executive has defended the company's support of Asian online gambling companies supplying Chinese gamblers, shrugging off Chinese government attacks on the Philippine and Cambodian...
State legislatures continue to be much more receptive to sports betting than internet gambling but the founder of an online gaming trade association is hoping Michigan may buck the trend.
Sweden has punished four further bookmakers, three of them subsidiaries of operator Cherry, for taking bets on matches featuring mostly underage players, handing out warnings and fines to licence...
The Chinese government has called for a complete ban on online gambling in the Philippines and possibly in Cambodia, and hinted that its eradication is a frontline matter in bilateral relations...
With online gambling regulation still in limbo in South Africa, the country’s financial watchdog hopes cryptocurrencies will soon be regulated and used by the sector.
Despite new certainty over some key details of proposed German online gambling rules, a broader lack of clarity could mean that the operator-unfriendly interim regime never gets off the ground,...
The online gaming industry appears to have the upper hand in its battle with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) over the U.S. Wire Act of 1961, but a leading gaming attorney in Washington, D.C....
Offshore gambling and payments companies have suffered another setback in their rolling battle to defeat the Norwegian government’s payment blocking campaign.
Kindred Group has been fined €470,000 for offering online gambling to Dutch customers without a licence, meaning almost all major European online gambling operators have now received a Dutch penalty.
The business partner of an addicted gambler who stole nearly £1m from him to bet with is suing Flutter Entertainment in a bid to recover the money.
Controversial investment firm Banc De Binary, which raked in hundreds of millions of pounds from punters through a binary betting scam, has paid just €300,000 to regulators to settle charges.
In an effort to resurrect a ban on internet gambling, the U.S. Department of Justice on Friday appealed a June 3 decision by a federal judge in New Hampshire who ruled the U.S. Wire Act of 1961...
Stung by criticism, Austria’s largest state, Lower Austria, has sent an amended version of its betting laws to the European Commission, as the country begins an overdue transposition of the EU’s...
Federal financial crime authorities in the U.S. have emphasized that using virtual currencies such as Bitcoin to facilitate gambling falls under its regulatory regime for stopping the illicit use...
Gambling Commission chief executive Neil McArthur has said the regulator is not currently planning to recommend that the UK government impose stake or prize limits on online gambling.

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