Irish greyhound racing faces protests and widespread condemnation following the release of a TV documentary highlighting serious welfare concerns in the sport.
Sydney-based Macquarie Bank has introduced an industry-first block on gambling services for credit card users to improve the “financial wellbeing of its customers”.
Many gambling advertisements are "intrusive, exaggerate chance of profit or emphasise statements about quick payments" and so fail to meet a definition of "moderate", the Swedish Consumer Agency...
The Swedish Gambling Authority (Spelinspektionen) has fined SkillOnNet and a Betsson unit for "serious" violations of the rules on bonuses.
UK Gambling Commission officials are pushing back against a Labour politician’s call for review of all online gambling licences, but are sympathetic to his proposal for an ombudsman to help settle...
Norway’s state-owned gambling operator Norsk Tipping should be able to reduce its marketing spend when the government achieves its aim of reducing advertising from operators without a Norwegian...
"Safer gambling" may be as elusive a concept as "safer driving", complicating efforts to design machine learning systems to meet that goal, a computer science professor working with Playtech has...
UK bookmakers accepting bets on greyhounds have been warned by politicians to increase their contributions to the British Greyhound Racing Fund or risk seeing the sport wither away.
UK football’s status as a platform for largely Asian-facing operators to advertise to remote audiences would be in doubt under plans suggested by Tom Watson, shadow culture secretary and deputy...
Kenya is preparing to introduce yet another new tax on betting activities in a bid to curb underage gambling, prompting analysts to warn that the country’s cumbersome gambling taxes could spell the...
The Norwegian Gaming Authority (Lottstift) has warned the Norwegian Chess Federation that it should "consider the consequences" of allying itself with "illegal actor" Kindred Group as it ponders a...
Gambling operators must ensure that affiliate partners are not offering free-to-play games without age verification controls in place, the UK gambling regulator has warned.
Betting firms could be taxed to pay for addiction treatment, the head of the NHS has warned, as he launches a new service to help children with gambling problems.
The Swedish Association of Online Gambling Operators (BOS) is intensifying its challenge of a Svenska Spel morning TV promotion of its popular Triss scratch cards, calling it disguised advertising...
The five largest bookmakers in the UK have promised to increase their annual contribution to problem gambling research and treatment from 0.1 to 1 percent of revenue over the next five years.
The "Looney Tunes World of Mayhem" has wreaked havoc with betting companies’ reputations as William Hill, Betfair and Annexio's LottoGo and Dunder brands were reprimanded by the UK advertising...

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