FanDuel has announced that it plans to launch its own online casino and sports betting offering in New Jersey by September.
After the countries recent referendum where the country voted to ban all online international operators, it is thought it could take years to organize.
With the recent Dutch crackdown on illegal betting, many were understandably surprised to hear that illegal operators could still apply for licenses.
The UK’s GambleAware has announced a dramatically increased budget for the next three years. In its Strategic Delivery Plan for 2018-2020, GambleAware – the UK charity that promotes responsible gambling – announced […]
New advertising regulations mean that the frequency of commercials promoting gambling during the World Cup faces scrutiny.
The new three-year plan from the UK’s Gambling Commission puts less emphasis on self-exclusion and more on operator responsibility.
With gambling companies trying to dupe the Australian authorities through their use of web domains, the regulators are coming down hard on them.
Italian soccer teams AS Roma and Lazio have both recently signed sponsorship deals with sports betting companies, but they may not be valid.
Campaign group Justice for Punters claims operators are deliberately withholding winnings from new customers, especially women.
Recent raids in China seek to end the countries fixation on betting but, because of interest in the World Cup, the need for underground operators continues.