Only two casinos are set to launch internet gaming on Pennsylvania’s targeted launch date on Monday, but more are expected to follow in the coming weeks, potentially linked to their online...
The Kenyan government has published its Gaming Bill 2019, a draft law which will overturn existing legislation and establish a new gambling regulator, amid tough provisions for foreign operators.
Despite winning a landmark decision on Monday in a New Hampshire federal court, the online gaming industry is restraining its jubilation because of uncertainty about what lies ahead.
UK bookmaker bet365 has said it will expand its Malta base and scale back in Gibraltar, citing complications from Brexit.
In this special Q&A, GamblingCompliance provides analysis of the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) reversal of its own 2011 legal opinion that supported the rollout of online casino, poker and...
After earning a U.S. Supreme Court victory last year that opened the door for sports betting, former Solicitor General Ted Olson has once again answered the call of the gaming industry, this time...
Italy’s gambling monitoring system has survived an investigation by its government masters into suspected flaws exposed by the country’s ongoing mafia investigations.
Nigerian regulators are hoping that efforts to change its tax system, competitive technical standards, increased online enforcement and the country’s huge appetite for sports betting will be enough...
A Michigan legislator who has led the charge to bring online gaming to the state has said he is not deterred by the recent U.S. Department of Justice opinion on the Wire Act.
Regulators from several key gaming states say the U.S. Department of Justice’s reversal of its own opinion on the federal Wire Act has created a state of uncertainty throughout the gaming industry,...
U.S. sports media companies such as ESPN may not be as eager to dive into betting as some think because senior executives will not relish the scrutiny that comes with gambling licensing, experts...
Pennsylvania regulators will require all internet gambling servers to be located within the state to create a “fully intrastate gaming environment” in compliance with the U.S. Department of Justice...
Gordon Medenica, director of the Maryland Lottery, on Thursday said this week’s decision by the U.S. Department of Justice to reverse a 2011 opinion on the Wire Act was politically motivated and...
The U.S. Department of Justice’s new opinion on the scope of the federal Wire Act could disrupt the planned launch of online casino gaming in Pennsylvania, with regulators now poised to revisit...
A prospective move by the U.S. Department of Justice to reverse its December 23, 2011 opinion on the scope of the federal Wire Act would likely be contested in court but could bring new compliance...
In this special report, GamblingCompliance analyzes Brazil’s newly-enacted sports-betting law.

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