The annual Malta iGaming Excellence Awards (MiGEA) ceremony was held this week. Gina Clarke takes a look at the event, where Yobetit led with four wins
A Saudi Arabian referee has been dropped from the World Cup for trying to fix a game in his own country. How widespread is corruption among match officials? And does it show that MLB was right to worry about the legalization of sports betting?
In the Philippines, President Duterte angrily fired a lawyer for his interpretation on gambling legislation in the economic area.
A complaint by the Campaign for Fairer Gambling has caused three games to be banned on a gambling website because of the perceived likelihood that they would appeal to children.
The World Poker Tour (WPT) receives extensive blowback from players in the wake of its announcing plans to move all of its US final tables to the new Esports Arena Las Vegas at the Luxor Hotel & Casino.
On June 14, Russia will kick off the 2018 World Cup against Saudi Arabia. Will it be a glorious, unmissable festival of football? Or will we remember the tournament for hooliganism and racism?
Japan’s House of Representatives passed a bill on gambling addition countermeasures on Friday that could pave the way for integrated resort casinos in the country.
Sky Bet has reportedly invested £1m ($1.33m) in the launch of a new responsible gambling campaign aimed at educating all 72 English Football League (EFL) clubs about the risks of gambling.
With the demand for cryptocurrency reaching new heights, how are some companies managing to increase their production alongside spiraling energy costs?
The England cricket team is facing accusations that three players took part in “spot fixing” during a recent test against India. What is spot fixing? Why would a cricketer do it? And is there a lesson for other sports to learn?