Payments industry experts have criticised the UK’s incoming credit card gambling ban for failing to address potential loopholes that could see problem gamblers easily circumvent it.
Slovenia’s online gambling offering remains open to only the state monopolies for sports betting and lottery games, and for land-based casino concessionaires.
The UK Gambling Commission will ban gambling by credit card from April 14, saying players who gamble that way are more likely to be problem gamblers.
Sweden's Spelpaus has been beset by opportunistic affiliates that divert consumers searching for self-exclusion toward unlicensed websites, in violation of Swedish law.
A group of academics, researchers, advocacy groups and gaming organizations have joined forces to unify the industry to drive problem and responsible gambling efforts, while promoting responsible...
The UK gambling regulator is set to introduce a ban on online gambling with credit cards this week.
The Norwegian government should strip the exclusive rights for horse race betting in Norway from Norsk Rikstoto and transfer them to state-owned Norsk Tipping through a merger, according to a new...
Citing concerns over problem gambling and skepticism about projected revenues, Maine Governor Janet Mills vetoed legislation that would have established legalized sports betting in the state on...
Betting and Gaming Council members have relinquished their exclusive rights to show FA Cup matches on their websites as UK lawmakers criticised the streaming deal and called for the Gambling Act to...
The Football Association (FA) could move to block gambling firms from exploiting media rights to show live footage of FA Cup matches after UK lawmakers expressed concerns that fans could only watch...
Secondary legislation detailing the licensing procedure for online gambling has been notified to the European Commision; the standstill period is scheduled to end in April 2020.
Tax changes for sports betting and lottery games came into force on January 1, 2020.
Responsible gambling advocates are concerned that offshore gambling operators and affiliates are bypassing GAMSTOP, the UK self-exclusion programme, by buying placement with search engines.
Danish Gambling Authority punishments for breaking the law have resulted in only €293,000 in fines over eight years, or less than a tenth of those levied in the Netherlands last year alone, a...
Belgium’s gambling regulator wants politicians to discuss more restrictive gambling advertising regulations and even a potential ban after a damning report revealed that during Belgium’s major...
Newly-released UK Gambling Commission data suggests that some online gambling operators rely almost entirely on small groups of high-rollers, as controversies about VIP treatment of gamblers rumble...

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