A law has been passed in Sweden that will allow international online poker operators to obtain a license in the country. This ends the state-run monopoly.
Despite the ongoing argument between Pennsylvania operators and the state, an unexpected nine casinos have applied for new digital licenses.
The Polish Gambling Act was amended in 2017, leading to a widespread blacklisting of established global sports betting operators.
The new three-year plan created by the UK Gambling Commission will focus on consumer protections within the gambling industry, including preventing harm.
China’s authorities staged the latest and largest of recent anti-sports betting crackdowns. At least 540 people were arrested.
Gaming operators in New Jersey need to submit applications today if they want to be ready to offer sports betting services by football season.
The Poker Hall of Fame (PHOF) has announced its two-person Class of 2018: player John Hennigan and television producer Mori Eskandani.
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.
The West Virginia Lottery Commission have revealed emergency rules for sports betting to the public, with casinos now able to apply for licensing.