Online Gambling News

Online Gambling News

  1. German "Transitional Phase" Goes Into Effect

    by , 16 October 2020 at 1:20 pm



    German "Transitional Phase" Goes Into Effect

    There are new German online gambling regulations set to come into effect in June of 2021. However, a "transitional phase" went into effect this week which will cause serious headaches for affiliates targeting the German market. Plus, the UK Gambling Commission has even more new rules rolling out before November.





  2. It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Industry

    by , 9 October 2020 at 12:04 am


    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Industry

    We continue our discussion of the new IGRG codes,
    which could be a useful tool for operators to
    separate affiliates from their income.
    And we discuss even more new codes and studies sure
    to change the way webmasters earn in the UK.
    There are also new dates set for ICE,
    iGB Affiliate and iGB Live for 2021.

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  3. Like Lambs to the Slaughter

    by , 25 September 2020 at 12:28 pm
    Like Lambs to the Slaughter


    A curfew in the United Kingdom has now become a reality,
    and it's a threat to the viability of the gambling industry.
    Additionally, the UK House of Lords has joined the mobs
    calling for online gambling reform.



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    Links to News Stories:

    Intertops Witchy Wins: https://www.casinocitytimes.com/news...hy-wins-237063
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  4. APCW PErspectives: The Dominoes are Lining Up

    by , 18 September 2020 at 1:08 pm
    The Dominoes are Lining Up


    Brexit is rapidly closing in, and a "no deal" exit from
    the European Union could have serious economic consequences
    for some gaming companies in the United Kingdom.
    Also, how a British curfew could further
    hurt casinos and other businesses.



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    Links to News Stories:

    GVC & Flutter May Not Survive Brexit:
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  5. Bailing Water & Grasping at Straws

    by , 26 August 2020 at 2:08 pm
    Casinos in the United Kingdom have begun to open for business again. Now the question is will that be enough to ensure their survival? Also, the new burdens of regulation in Sweden may not be enforceable, and information on the next virtual conference.