An investigation of corruption in professional tennis has found “a tsunami of match-fixing” in lower-level tournaments. Despite this threat to the integrity of the sport and their own profits, sports betting companies are queuing up obtain licenses
A court case filed against Binance in Hong Kong means that the world’s largest cryptocurrency market platform can no longer seek any cash-injections.
A new Chief Executive has been announced for the Malta Gaming Authority, just in time to tackle whistle-blower allegations and appease Italy.
Belgium has become the latest country to declare that loot boxes in online games are illegal and that they should be removed, according to a statement from the Minister of Justice.
Wynn Resorts Ltd. shakes things up after sexual allegation scandal, including the appointment of three female board members and the possible sale of Everett gaming property.
Borgata begins soft launch of live dealer games in New jersey for online game play, including baccarat, blackjack, roulette and casino hold’em.
Major sports leagues are generating valuable data. Now with the anticipated roll-out of sports betting in the USA, the NBA and MLB – supported by the English Premier League – are advocating an “integrity fee” to paid by sports betting companies. But is it such a good idea?
In June, Swiss voters will decide on a new gambling law that could include a ban on using foreign gambling websites, according to a report.
The UK government’s verdict on maximum FOBTs stakes is expected to become clear, but not until after local UK elections in May. The news has caused bookies’ share prices to tumble.
The UK Treasury Department is reportedly planning to block plans to limit maximum stakes on slots, a move local authority leaders have said will hinder efforts to tackle gambling addiction.