Research by the European Gaming and Betting Association reveals that the majority of EU member states have not adequately implemented EU consumer protection guidelines in the online gambling sector, leaving players unevenly protected across the European Union.
An Irish company claims to be the rightful owner of the intellectual property rights for the popular option of sports bets called “cash out.”
In a speech at the GambleAware annual harm-minimization conference, new UK sports minister Mims Davies said she was committed to “evidence-based” government policies that would introduce measures to safeguard gamblers – measures that would, for example, address “increasing concerns around people gambling on credit cards and whether [it] should be permitted”.
PokerStars parent entity REEL agrees to drop damage claims against probable fraudster Gordon Vayo in exchange for Vayo agreeing never to refile the case.
With a bumper year in terms of gambling, fines, and FOBT drama coming to an end, we take a look back at 2018 and forward to 2019.
The popular video streaming company is currently in discussions with the UK regulator as a growing number of users stream themselves playing on unlicensed casino sites.
Kansas is the latest state to consider legalizing sports betting and is holding private discussions on the issue. According to reports, an agreement on the issue could come by January 2019.
The UK Gambling Commission and gambling operators have come to an agreement that means no gambling ads will be shown during live sports events, following extensive criticism of the amount of gambling advertising during sporting events.
In an interesting twist, a number of the leading major sports leagues and sports betting operators are joining forces to lobby for their joint interests.
Draft legislation from Senator Orrin Hatch would require states to gain the approval of the US Attorney General before they can bring in new sports betting regulations or laws.