SkillOnNet Limited faces £305,150 regulatory action
The UK Gambling Commission investigation revealed social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures by the operator.
ACMA takes action against illegal 'skins' gambling site
An Australian Communications and Media Authority investigation found CS:GO Roll was providing casino-style online games, which are illegal under the Interactive Gambling Act 2001.
Bally's releases its response on the UK White Paper
Bally's intends to be actively involved in forthcoming consultations with the U.K. Government where it will be prepared to submit evidence in support of the industry.
Better Collective weighs in on UK White Paper on gambling
This is fully aligned with Better Collective’s mission to make sports entertainment more engaging and fun while preventing problem gambling through the education of our users.
Betting and Gaming Council welcomes UK White Paper on gambling
The BGC has worked closely with Government to deliver a wide-ranging package of balanced, proportionate and effective reforms.
UK Gambling Commission publishes advice on Gambling Act Review
The focus of the advice has been to further protect those at risk of experiencing gambling harm while also making gambling fairer for all consumers.
Flutter releases a statement on UK White Paper
CEO Peter Jackson says 'we believe proactive change will lead to a better future for our industry.'
UK unveils long-awaited White Paper on gambling
MP Lucy Frazer revealed the details in Parliament on Thursday, including a staking limit for online slots, increased affordability checks for operators and a new industry ombudsman.
Ontario regulator issues $70,000 in fines to three internet gaming operators
Bunchberry Limited, Mobile Incorporated Limited and LeoVegas Gaming PLC are alleged to have provided games that were not approved.
BetEnt fined for aiming advertising at young adults
The Netherlands Gaming Authority imposed a fine of 400,000 euros on gambling provider BetEnt. BetEnt, owned by Entain received this fine because it targeted young adults with advertising.
Tips on incorporating an iGaming company in 2023
Mendelson explores the key elements of incorporating an iGaming company successfully, including market research, business planning, marketing strategies, and legal considerations.
UKGC fines 32Red and Platinum Gaming £7.1m
The Kindred Group companies are being penalized by the UK Gambling Commission for social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures.
Washington considering a pair of sports betting bills
The two bills filed earlier this week have received support from the largest licensed card room operator in Washington and include tribal sports betting.
ACMA moves to block nine illegal gambling websites
An investigation by the Australian Communications and Media Authority found the sites to be operating in breach of the Interactive Gambling Act 2001. The ACMA is urging Australian users of these sites to withdraw their money.
Nearly 40 legislators from 19 states to convene at the NCLGS in San Diego
Attendees will also include gaming operators, suppliers, sports executives, attorneys, analysts, regulators, public officials, and others who will meet from 10-12 January.
Payment services, blockchain and mitigating risk
Ron Mendelson from Fast Offshore explains the evolution of payment processors a how the industry is destined to pivot towards new technologies and uncharted regulatory territory.
This Week in Gambling: The mobile betting march across America
More than just betting on sporting events, mobile betting will help states when it comes to regulating online gambling, including casino games and poker.
This Week in Gambling: Justice Department appeals Wire Act decision
The Department of Justice has appealed the decision that the Wire Act only applied to sports betting in an effort to target online gambling and poker.
This Week in Gambling: Iowa sports betting launch and Pennsylvania online poker update
J. Todd has new information about online poker in Pennsylvania, including partnerships, software and potential launch dates.
Governor Sununu legalizes sports betting for New Hampshire
Today, Governor Chris Sununu signed HB 480, an act relative to sports betting, with New Hampshire lottery officials and lawmakers.
NCPG reintroduces bipartisan Gambling Addiction Prevention Act of 2019
The updated act would require the Department of Defense to develop policies and programs to prevent and treat gambling problems, in coordination with the Department’s other behavioral health efforts.
Casino City’s Friday Five: More US states pushing for sports betting edition
This week, we saw two more U.S. states making progress in legalizing sports betting, a jackpot in Las Vegas, another WSOP bracelet winner as the annual $10,000 Main Event kicks off, and a summer promotion at Intertops Casino Red.
This Week in Gambling: California online poker and sports betting update
This week J. Todd looks at some of the core issues, including the ongoing legal battles and disagreements between Tribal gaming interests and California state cardrooms.
Illinois governor signs capital plan that includes massive gambling expansion
The historic $45 billion bipartisan plan includes new casino in Chicago and other new gambling options, including expansion of video gaming terminals and sports betting.
This Week in Gambling: Congressional threat to DOJ's Wire Act plans
Despite the decision of a Federal Judge, the U.S. Department of Justice still plans to enforce its opinion that the Wire Act applies to online gambling and poker.
Casino City’s Friday Five: Virtual sports and sports gambling edition
The WSOP has had impressive numbers so far, Century Casinos acquired three properties, Rivers Casino is building a new hotel, an introduction of the NBA’s first virtual sports betting game will occur and sports wagering in New England states is making moves.
New York sports betting legislation passes the Senate
Senator Joseph Addabo's sports betting bill passed the Senate after a 57-5 vote as part of an ongoing effort to legalize sports wagering in the state.
GAN welcomes online sports betting for New Hampshire
New Hampshire is the 14th State to legalize sports wagering in the U.S. and the sixth to do so this year.
Casino City’s Friday Five: 100th story edition
Along with New York approving sports wagering this week, we have a massive jackpot win, an online slot tournament, a millionaire made at the WSOP and a one-year celebration in Atlantic City.
This Week in Gambling: Justice Department loses Wire Act case
J. Todd talks New Hampshire after it prevailed in its lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice.
Casino City’s Friday Five: Wire Act and WSOP edition
This week we have a WSOP bracelet winner, a BitStarz giveaway, a new sportsbook is unveiled, Illinois approves a gambling expansion bill, and federal judge issues a pivotal ruling regarding the Wire Act.
Federal Judge says Wire Act only applies to sports betting
Yesterday, a New Hampshire federal judge concluded in ruling that the Wire Act applies only to sports betting, rejecting a 2018 opinion that expanded the 1961 federal gambling law to cover interstate online gambling.
Massive gambling expansion bill approved in Illinois
Over the weekend, the House and Senate in the Prairie State passed Senate Bill 690, which now awaits a signature from Governor JB Pritzker.
Wynn Resorts issues statement regarding MGC decision
The Board of Directors of Wynn Resorts issued a following statement regarding the decision of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
GVC receives Nevada license approval
The group has received the required regulatory approvals to operate in the state for an initial two-year period, along with Roar Digital receiving a transactional waiver to operate in New Jersey.
This Week in Gambling: The DOJ's Wire Act shell game
The state of New Jersey has sued the U.S. Department of Justice over its recent reversal of opinion on the Federal Wire Act.
Legal sports betting in US reaches one-year mark
Calling the U.S. Supreme Court's May 2018 decision to abolish the federal ban on sports betting the "industry's biggest victory in a generation," American Gaming Association Senior Vice President Sara Slane discusses the progress that has been made over the last 12 months and what we can expect in the future.
Indiana governor signs sports betting bill
On Wednesday, Governor Eric Holcomb signed the sports wagering bill that the state's legislature approved less than three weeks ago.
This Week in Gambling: More states legalize sports betting
This week, J. Todd covers two additional U.S. states passing sports betting regulation, with another two on the edge of legalizing it as well.
iGaming in a post-Brexit environment
As Brexit looms on the horizon, Ron Mendelson from Fast Offshore explains the climate of uncertainty surrounding iGaming operators.
Wynn Resorts responds to Encore Boston Harbor ruling
Wynn Resorts makes an official statement regarding problem gambling after the Massachusetts Gaming Commission hit it with a $35 million fine and also announced the company will retain its casino license for the $2.6 billion resort casino set to open in Boston in June.
Online sports betting to become legal in Tennessee
Governor Bill Lee is allowing a bill to legalize mobile-only sports betting in the state to become law without his signature.
Casino City’s Friday Five: Opening and sports betting edition
This week, we have two opening announcements, sports betting news from several states, the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe schedule announced and Intertops Poker hosting satellites.
Casino City’s Friday Five: Online gambling news edition
This week, Pennsylvania made a big announcement for those anticipating the launch of online casinos in the Keystone State.
Pennsylvania online gambling scheduled for July launch
Players in Pennsylvania can mark 15 July on their calendars as the date online casinos will launch in the Keystone State.
This Week in Gambling: DOJ online gambling lawsuit breakdown
New Hampshire's lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice has begun, and the future of online gambling in America is at stake.
The many benefits of securing a Malta gaming license
Malta has been a beacon for the online gaming industry for well over a decade, and its gaming license is now considered the gold standard all over the world. Ron Mendelson from Fast Offshore explains.
Casino City’s Friday Five: More Wire Act news edition
In New Hampshire yesterday, the state's lottery commission was the first to argue the DOJ's opinion to a federal judge. Also this week, we have another massive jackpot winner, an online casino celebrating five years and more.
This Week in Gambling: Online gambling and legal landmines
The Department of Justice now considers online gambling and sports betting between the states illegal.
Casino City’s Friday Five: Spy edition
During the MGC's hearings this week, the Commission heard two sexual harassment complaints as well as reports that Steve Wynn's ex-wife Elaine Wynn and other employees in the company were spied on.