As part of a UK Gambling Commissions crackdown, Paddy Power Betfair faces a £2.2m fine after a significant breach dating to 2012.
Nearly two dozen players will be suing French poker site Winamax over what they believe are insufficient refunds for a “botting” episode on the site.
The forthcoming Spanish Budget could unveil fresh restrictions on gambling advertising, with reports that the government intends to make it as difficult as advertising cigarettes.
The Borgata files a motion in New Jersey designed to make its $10.13m judgment against Phil Ivey enforceable in Nevada, where Ivey has assets.
A casino operator has been fined £500,000 after allowing a vulnerable client to lose £1m over the course of a 24-hour period both online and offline.
Its share price crashes, wiping £250bn of the stock exchange value, while Irish bookmakers warn the tax hike will kill off small operators.
Lifetime bans have been handed down for three tennis umpires from Thailand. They were found guilty of numerous match-fixing offenses.
After the success of sports betting in other industries, NASCAR has announced that its rules will be changed to allow gambling in 2019.
Pennsylvania has finally awarded two sports betting licenses, having legalized sports betting back in October 2017. Two others are awaiting approval.
A club in Australia has been hit with a record fine for giving customers free alcohol and cash advances to keep them gambling.