UK charity GambleAware's latest responsible gambling TV campaign has come under widespread criticism from groups seeking to reduce gambling-related harms.
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.
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.
Despite owning a video gaming terminal (VGT) business, the boss of Penn National Gaming has urged state lawmakers searching for revenue to close budget shortfalls to protect brick-and-mortar...
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.
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...
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...
Casinos are set to reopen in Scotland today and Wales later this week, as the UK gambling industry edges towards a complete return from the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown.
A new UK study has found that increased speed of play in slot machines reduces self-control among non-problem gamblers, suggesting that faster speeds can spur impulsive behaviour even among those...
Norway has taken another step towards harmonising its gambling laws as debates rage on about how to best resolve the issue of rising problem gambling.
Sweden's coronavirus-linked limits on online casino deposits would be unenforceable across multiple operators and setting up a nationwide registry system would pose formidable obstacles, the...
The crackdown on the gambling industry in the United Kingdom and Europe could be coming sooner than expected to the United States as American casinos scramble to stay in business and the issue of...
UK-licensed operators should expect to owe a duty of care to their customers and face the prospect of a new complaints ombudsman following an overhaul of the Gambling Act, lawyers have advised.
Surging post-lockdown retail revenues and vulnerable pandemic gamblers demand close attention, according to three international researchers.
A new report has advised the Swedish government that all online gambling should be accessed via a state-run central portal and that gambling ads should display tobacco-like warnings.
Gibraltar is rebutting a new report which calls for tax incentives to bring offshore-based gambling operators back to the UK by citing its "high licensing bar and a robust approach to due diligence".

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