Kenyan gambling market-leading operator SportPesa has cut 400 employees and warned the government that the country’s increasingly hostile tax regime will favour foreign and black-market operators.
Latvia introduced penalties for players participating in unlicensed online gambling and the national register for self-exclusion will begin operating in January 2020.
Ireland’s head of government, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, has defended the greyhound industry after the country’s two major tourism marketing bodies pledged to cease their promotion of the sport in any...
Online gambling group Aspire Global on Wednesday pledged to fight a move by Swedish regulators to sue it over alleged breaches of consumer and gambling law with its bonus offers.
The association of European gambling regulators has concluded its year-long research project into the links between loot boxes and gambling with the simple advice that authorities should remain...
The proponents of Glasgow City Council’s moves to treat gambling harms as a public health issue have called on the UK government to change the Gambling Act to hand over more powers to local...
An FBI and MI5 crisis management advisor has told international gambling regulators they are not doing enough to ensure that operators protect the 25 percent of casino staff currently suffering...
A public consultation will be held on problem gambling in Northern Ireland after figures revealed rates of addiction up to four times worse than other parts of the UK.
With regulated sports betting spreading across the United States, a new National Center for Responsible Gaming fund is aiming to add to the available body of research to help inform policy...
UK politicians rally behind charity lottery reforms, DraftKings enters a daily fantasy partnership with the NFL and another gambling-connected firm in Hong Kong makes a pro-government gesture amid...
The UK advertising watchdog has banned two 32Red online casino adverts for featuring a popular children’s fairytale and failing to specifically target the ad to people over the age of 18.
The chairman of Jeju’s Culture, Tourism and Sports Committee has announced that the South Korean island will introduce a five-year renewal system for casino licensing and consider shifting to a...
The fallout from recent regulatory uncertainty affecting the gambling industries in Uganda and Kenya will linger for some time, according to Africa-facing investors and affiliates.
It is unlikely many, or any, online gambling operators will complete the process for an interim German sports-betting licence because they are so unappealing, but they should still apply for them,...
Michigan's sports-betting bill is out of the starting blocks, the Italian industry has attempted to kickstart a conversation with the country's new government and Hong Kong racing will begin again...
The Spanish gambling regulator (DGOJ) has said the gambling industry must develop voluntary advertising restrictions to combat a crisis driven by growing public concerns and political uncertainty.

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