The opening of the Netherlands’ regulated online gambling market is being pushed back by six months in order to give lawmakers more time to establish secondary regulations.
The country’s new remote gambling act was expected to come into force on July 1st, 2020, with the launch of licensed operations planned for [...]
The government of South Australia has introduced new reforms that will see additional funds injected into the state’s Gamblers Rehabilitation Fund to support people at risk of gambling related harm.
A coalition of Native American tribes in California have proposed a constitutional amendment to legalise sports betting at the state’s racetracks and tribal casinos.
Anti-corruption authorities in Hong Kong have disrupted an illegal bookmaking syndicate with ties to horse racing.
Dutch gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has released further information about the application requirements for the upcoming licensing process.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is stepping up its fight against unlicensed online gambling websites by blocking access to Australian consumers.
Colorado voters have narrowly approved a ballot measure to regulate sports betting.
Britain’s Gambling Related Harm All-Party Parliamentary Group called on the government Monday to introduce a £2 maximum stake limit for online slot games, similar to the maximum stake limit introduced for fixed-odds betting terminals.
The UK Gambling Commission has advised Malta-based operators and the Malta Gaming Authority of the need to raise standards in the regulation and operation of online gaming.
Michigan’s House of Representatives approved a package of gambling-related bills Wednesday, including legislation to regulate sports betting and online gaming.
Finland’s Competition and Consumer Authority has concluded that the Finnish gambling monopoly does not provide effective industry supervision or protection to problem gamblers, although it stopped short of recommending a liberalised gambling market.
Lawmakers in Greece voted Thursday in favour of new online gambling regulations that will see operators fully licensed and regulated for the first time.