Australian Authority Investigating Illegal Offshore Gambling Sites

- July 18, 2018 By Oliver Young -

Golden days for offshore gaming sites targeting Australian players may be over. Namely, the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has reported that the legality of several offshore gaming sites based on the Cocos Islands. Those unfamiliar with the Islands should know that they are considered Aussie territory and are located in the Indian Ocean, […] Continue Reading

Italian Gambling Advertising Ban Could Cause Problems for Local Football

- July 12, 2018 By Riley Wilson -

According to the news coming from Italy, the country’s new coalition government is determined to follow through with the ban on all gambling advertising. Namely, Italy’s Council of Ministers approved the newest draft of Dignity Decree that prohibits all gambling advertising starting from January 1, 2019. The Decree text must get the necessary support from […] Continue Reading

Australia Bans Lottery Betting

- July 5, 2018 By Riley Wilson -

According to the latest news, the Parliament of Australia has recently made a decision to ban lottery websites. This decision will come into effect on January 1, 2019. The ban will be applied to all websites that take wagers on the outcome of lottery draws. Protecting the Consumers News agents, pubs, and clubs led a […] Continue Reading

UK Gambling Commission Publishes Enforcement Report and Call to Action to Operators

- July 2, 2018 By Oliver Young -

Working towards a safer and fairer online gambling environment for UK consumers, the UK Gambling Commission has sent a “call to action” to operators. More precisely, the UK online gambling authority a few days ago has published the Enforcement Report for 2017-2018; this report is related to the aim of raising standards for consumers. This […] Continue Reading

UK Gambling Commission Announces Plans to Protect Children

- June 27, 2018 By Oliver Young -

Possibly the world’s most renowned gambling authority, the UK Gambling Commission seems determined to maintain its great reputation by showing a strong sense of responsibility. Namely, the authority that regulates online gambling in the United Kingdom has been very busy lately and constantly introducing new strategies meant to make this sector safer and fairer. After […] Continue Reading

32Red To Pay a £2m Fine for Failing to Protect a Customer

- June 20, 2018 By Oliver Young -

UK online gambling operator 32Red was fined with massive £2m penalty for failing to protect consumers or, more precisely, a single customer. The news published by the UK Gambling Commission, which revealed that the operator apparently broke the social responsibility and anti-money laundering provisions by allowing their customer to deposit £758,000 without carrying out appropriate […] Continue Reading

Switzerland Approves Online Gambling

- June 16, 2018 By Riley Wilson -

Switzerland’s new Gambling Act will allow online casinos, but will most probably block any foreign gambling operators. According to a BBC report, 72.9% of Swiss voters supported the Act, which was well above the expected results. Despite the fact the new Act intends to keep the foreign operators away, the process of legalizing certified Swiss […] Continue Reading

New Jersey’s Legislature Gives Green Light for Sports Betting

- June 11, 2018 By Oliver Young -

Last week was an extremely important one for the US gambling and betting industry. Namely, after the Supreme Court made a ruling that overturned a federal law and opened the gates for sports betting in the country, Delaware became the first US state to offer this service to consumers. Nonetheless, it was expected for other […] Continue Reading

Delaware Becomes First US State to Offer Sports Betting

- June 6, 2018 By Oliver Young -

Delaware has ensured its place in the history of gambling in the US as the first state to offer legal sports betting. The dramatic moment was celebrated by Governor John Carney as he placed the first legal sports wager of $10 at the Dover Downs sportsbook. Carney, however, didn’t forget to mention that gloating in […] Continue Reading

UK Government Publishes Review of Gaming Machines and Social Responsibility Measures

- May 28, 2018 By Oliver Young -

The UK Government has published its review of gaming machines and social responsibility measures. This move comes two months after the UK Gambling Commission released its formal advice on the measures for gaming machines and social responsibility. Namely, at the time, the Commission highlighted the need of Governmental actions when it comes to ensuring a […] Continue Reading

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