A breakdown of some of the more interesting figures to emerge from the gambling industry in the past seven days.
With the UK election just around the corner, the debate on Twitter is heating up. We picked out the best social media from the industry in the last seven days.
The Parliamentary inquiry into Fixed Odds Betting Terminals, branded a ‘kangaroo court’ by the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) has been heavily censured by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards.
Twitter and social media erupted, speculating that the Prime Minister was set to overturn Portsmouth’s promotion or perhaps the end of the humanity was nigh as May looked to announce World War 3. Alas, it was just a Snap Election. Here's the best from social media this week...
The chairman of the Bermuda Casino Gaming Commission has come out fighting after the body was severely criticised by members of the island’s parliament.
With only just over a third of the UK population now regarding gambling operators as trustworthy, the industry is facing a challenge to build back faith in its motivations.
Clarion, who deliver the largest gaming event in the world ICE Totally Gaming, produce multiple conferences discussing emerging jurisdictions and political matters at the highest level, want to encourage more women to join these discussions in a bid to eventually aid the gender dynamics of the...
The spat between Lottoland and Camelot over the practice of on EuroMillions betting could be coming to a conclusion after UK government signalled it was moving to close the loophole
Dynma Japan ahead of the curve according to analysts as the market looks ahead of potential involvement in the upcoming RFP process for the recently legislated IRs
Gambling Commission CEO Sarah Harrison has told the industry that she has ‘grave concerns’ about the sign up bonuses offered by the industry and that the regulator is working with the Competition and Markets Authority to make sure everything is above board.