Gambling affiliates have been accused of exploiting coronavirus panic to encourage gamblers to spend more, prompting operators and technology providers to react.
The head of the Philippine national gaming regulator has called for offshore gaming operators (POGOs), junkets at land-based casinos and “e-junkets” to be exempted from strict quarantine measures...
In December 2018, both the province and city of Buenos Aires passed legislation to authorise online gambling. This report provides a comprehensive summary of the regulatory regime for both...
With online bookmakers desperate to retain bettors during the coronavirus epidemic, concerns are growing that player protection standards will fall by the wayside.
The Netherlands Gambling Authority (KSA) is adamant that opening up online gambling will benefit Dutch consumers, as it admits the ban on online gambling is effectively impossible to enforce with...
Australia’s securities and investments regulator has launched legal action against the nation’s largest bank for increasing a credit card limit for a customer after he identified himself as a...
The UK Gambling Commission has suspended the licence of lottery betting operator Lotteries.com with immediate effect over anti-money laundering and responsible gambling concerns.
Secondary schools will be told to educate pupils on the risks of gambling — almost a decade after gambling addiction charities first called for lessons on betting.
The UK Gambling Commission has slapped Betway with a record £11.6m penalty for social responsibility and money laundering failings with VIPs, including neglecting to do proper checks on a high...
Secondary legislation detailing the licensing procedure for online gambling has been notified to the European Commission; the standstill period is scheduled to end in April 2020.
Under questioning from a House of Lords select committee, Starling Bank revealed it will not step in to restrict a customer’s freedom to spend until their gambling places them in debt.
New Jersey adds its weight to Wire Act appeals, a trade group attacks UK immigration policy and Yokohama unveils crucial integrated resort requirements.
UK researchers have called for video game loot boxes to be regulated as gambling, citing links between heavy spending on the video game features and problem gambling.
The Norwegian government is looking to restrict gambling marketing by introducing a new amendment to the country’s broadcasting code, after years of struggling to successfully enforce the country’s...
Serbia and Croatia are to continue the Eastern European trend for placing more restrictions on their respective gambling industries, as both nations prepare gambling law amendments.
UK prevalence research to return, Canadian bill hopes to unlock single-game sports betting and New South Wales regulators continue to battle for Crown Resorts evidence powers.

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