The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has revealed new iGaming regulations this week involving online casino and poker gaming.
The Australian Government has taken action against gambling ads. Are we likely to see the same thing in the UK? And will the legislators always be one step behind the bookies?
Americans will wager $10bn on March Madness – but only 3% of that will be bet with legal bookmakers, effectively turning millions of Americans into criminals, simply for having an opinion on college basketball.
The Competition and Markets Authority approves the acquisition of Ladbrokes Coral by online betting firm GVC Holdings.
Riverboat casinos in Louisiana could be moving to dry land after the Senate committee passes a bill to advance the move.
The UK Gambling Commission causese controversy by recommending cutting casino-style games on FOBTs to £30 and under.
A bill to exempt fantasy sports from prohibition under Alabama’s anti-gambling laws falls at the first hurdle.
A conference in London is outlining the various ways in which 21st Century punters can place their money on the beautiful game.
The 10th iGaming Asia Congress has been looking at whether India is the next powerhouse for gambling and how to incorporate blockchain into market predictions.
A think-tank has been piloting lessons in secondary schools to educate children about responsible gambling.