CashBet, a gaming platform based on blockchain technology, has just raised $38m (£28.8m) to fund its potentially revolutionary project.
As the authorities continue to crack down on illegal gambling, the two lotteries are the only forms of legal gambling on mainland China are expected to bring in even more revenue.
Pennsylvania casinos see a slight increase in table games for May, with slots helping to contribute to an upward revenue trend for the month.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially recognised gaming disorder in its international list of illnesses, according to a report.
The UK Gambling Commission has fined online sports betting company 32Red £2m ($2.64m) for failing to protect a problem gambler. Last week, online sports betting and casino company 32Red made […]
Led by President Emmanuel Macron, the French government is planning to privatize Francaise des Jeux (FDJ), the state-owned lottery and gambling operator. However, there is more to this deal than initially meets the eye.
With the World Cup and Royal Ascot one bookmaker estimates that sports fans in the UK could bet £500m ($660m) this week. Is that an accurate figure? And what does it say about the size of the potential online sports betting market in the US?
Neds, an Australian bookmaker, has fallen foul of the authorities as a result of a recent advertising campaign. This comes after stricter laws have been placed on gambling ads in the region.
Last month the UK Government announced a reduction in the stake on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals. This month it looks like the “crackdown” will be delayed until 2020. Bookmakers have welcomed the delay, while anti-gambling campaigners are “furious.”
Sports betting is taking off in Uganda and Africa as a whole. Gambling companies will be watching with interest as a potentially lucrative market begins to open up.