Research into gambling behaviour will feature in the keynote sessions at the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) annual conference taking place in Jamaica from 30 September to 3 October.
The Higher Regional Court of Koblenz, Germany, has rejected an appeal by a Gibraltar-based lottery betting provider accused of offering unauthorised games to German players via the internet.
The UK Gambling Commission has instigated a review of the online gaming and betting license held by platform supplier FSB Technology (UK).
Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen has issued fines totalling SEK20.1m to four operators for offering bets on sporting events involving players under the age of 18, in breach of Swedish regulations.
The Chinese government has welcomed moves by Cambodia and the Philippines to suspend online gaming licensing.
The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has suspended all new online gaming license applications in response to concerns about offshore gambling operators.
The Netherlands Gambling Authority has fined Stockholm-listed operator Kindred Group €470,000 for serving Dutch players without a local license.
Toronto-listed sports publisher theScore has secured initial license approval to offer online sports betting to players in New Jersey.
Gibraltar-based jackpot betting operator Lottoland has succeeded in its legal challenge against the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
Austria’s second most populous state, Lower Austria, has unveiled new sports betting legislation that will license online operators for the first time.
China plans to crackdown on citizens gambling with online operators in the Philippines, with the Ministry of Public Security targeting online payment processors for action.
The Indiana Gaming Commission has authorised five companies to serve as sports betting vendors in the recently regulated market.