Plans to open the doors to resort-style casino gaming in Japan are moving ahead, amid news that country’s dedicated IR Promotion Team is aiming to pass a second bill by the end of the year.
The European Casino Association (ECA) has reiterated the fact that there is no proven evidence of properly licensed casinos in the EU successfully being exploited for money laundering.
Last month it was revealed that state lawmakers were considering the legalisation of online gambling in Massachusetts – a move they say would both generate additional tax revenues and help keep the Bay State at the forefront of technological trends.
Talking at Westminster, the chief executive of the UK Gambling Commission Sarah Harrison calls on the industry to “not be afraid to fail” in seeking better solutions for the consumer.
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.
The leading CFD and financial spread-betting broker says revenues in the third quarter were down on last year as it awaits news on what the FCA might say on leverage limits
UK bookmakers, adult gaming centres and bingo halls have fallen outside the remit of the Fourth EU Money Laundering Directive thanks to increased vigilance on behalf of the Gambling Commission, but the casino sector (both online and land-based) will remain within the scope of the anti-money...
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.
Australian betting & gaming giant Tabcorp has agreed to pay a AU$45m penalty in order to bring to an end a long running dispute over money laundering.
Malta should be perceived as the ‘home of gaming excellence’ according to Christian Sammut, the chairman of GamingMalta - a new body set-up to promote Malta as an i-gaming jurisdiction.