Sports betting could soon be coming to Oklahoma after the U.S. Department of the Interior approved the state’s two new gaming compacts with the Comanche Nation and Otoe-Missouria Tribe.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt agreed the new gaming compacts in April on the basis that the state’s existing gaming compacts automatically expired [...]
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld a complaint against GVC-owned bookmaker Coral for a tweet which was found likely to encourage repetitive participation in gambling.
A tweet on Coral’s Twitter page in March featured the text: “We’re as passionate about the bet as you are. So, get your stake [...]
Churchill Downs Inc (CDI) and Aristocrat Leisure have entered into an agreement in principle to pay $155m to settle a class action lawsuit in Washington State relating to social casino operator Big Fish Games.
The two class-action lawsuits were brought by Cheryl Kater, Suzie Kelly and Manasa Thimmegowda, who alleged that [...]
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has asked the country’s internet service providers (ISPs) to block a number of additional unlicensed online offshore gambling websites.
Continuing its fight against unlicensed iGaming sites targeting Australian players, the ACMA requested earlier this month that ISPs block ten more domains, with customers urged [...]
Stockholm-listed Kindred Group has lost its appeal against the Norwegian Gaming Authority’s decision to force the operator’s four brands from the market.
The regulator issued the withdrawal order last year against Kindred subsidiary Trannel International, which operates the Unibet, Maria Casino, Storspiller and Bingo sites, for targeting Norwegian consumers from Malta [...]
The Attorney General of Oklahoma has quashed the state’s tribal sports betting plans with an Opinion that Governor Kevin Stitt does not have the authority to authorize new forms of gambling under State-Tribal gaming compacts.
Governor Stitt agreed new gaming compacts last month with the Comanche Nation and the Otoe-Missouria Nation [...]
The Danish Gambling Authority has secured court approval to request internet service providers to block access to a further 16 websites that offer unlicensed gambling to consumers in Denmark.
Seven of the websites that have now been blocked by Danish ISPs offered skin betting, where players stake virtual items in video [...]
Lithuania’s regulated gambling market contracted by 2.76 per cent in the first quarter of 2020, as growth in online gaming failed to offset the fall in revenue from retail gaming outlets that were closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Land-based gambling venues in Lithuania were closed on March 16, resulting [...]
Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen has issued a warning and SEK600,000 penalty fee to licensed operator L&L Europe for failures relating to the country’s self-exclusion programme.
The penalty follows complaints from Swedish players who were able to play at L&L sites last year, despite having self-excluded using the Spelpaus.se programme.
In its defence [...]
French betting and gaming operator PMU has been hit with a €900,000 penalty by France's Competition Authority for failing to separate its retail and online horse race betting liquidity.
The competition authority had ordered PMU to split its online and offline horse racing liquidity in February 2014 after finding that operator's [...]
The administrative court in Darmstadt, Germany, has published details of last week’s ruling which once again brought the country’s sports betting licensing procedure to a halt.
The licensing process was suspended on April 1 after the court ruled that the procedure was neither transparent or competitive.
The court explained its ruling Monday, [...]
German sports betting association DSWV has lambasted a decision by the Darmstadt Administrative Court to suspend the country’s sports betting licensing procedure.
DSWV said Thursday that the licensing process has been suspended following a legal challenge by an Austrian sports betting operator, who challenged whether the procedure was transparent and non-discriminatory.