Lottery and gaming operator OPAP has vowed to challenge a decision by the Greek Council of State to annul its online sports betting license.
The government of the Netherlands has concluded its public consultation into draft regulations for remote gambling, with the subject of permissible types of sports bets and advertising restrictions taking centre stage.
France’s casino industry has voiced concerns about the planned privatisation of French state-owned lottery, gaming and sports betting operator Francaise des Jeux (FDJ), and the range of games that the privatised operator will be permitted to offer.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has signed a bill directing the state lottery commission to study the feasibility of authorising regulated sports betting and betting on horse steeplechases.
The District of Columbia’s Office of Lottery and Gaming has adopted final sports betting regulations, paving the way for the start of licensing.
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy has directed his government to legalise gambling in an effort to combat the shadow economy and stimulate investment activity in the country.
Political upheaval in Buenos Aires has thrown the province’s iGaming licensing process into doubt, as some of the world’s largest operators wait to hear if their applications have been successful.
Kentucky Senator Julian Carroll has prefiled legislation to regulate sports betting, the fifth such attempt since 2017.
The Illinois Gaming Board has launched a public consultation to gather input on the state’s sports betting regulations.
The Chinese government has welcomed moves by Cambodia and the Philippines to suspend online gaming licensing.
The US Department of Justice is continuing its fight against state-regulated online gaming and lotteries with its decision to appeal the recent ruling by the US District Court in New Hampshire.
Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen has denied a request by the Swedish Football Association (SvFF) to prohibit betting on its Division 2 Södra Svealand matches.