Helen Walton, who chaired Clarion's WrB Responsible Gambling Innovation symposium (12 September, OXO2, London), has warned that the industry faces more regulation if, it fails to make the changes expected by regulators...
Adjudication service IBAS has welcomed the entry of Resolver into the gambling industry, in the hope that it will help operators understand and deal with customer complaints more efficiently.
Delegates at last week’s iGaming Super Show were treated to an expansive presentation on the potential for, and current state of, regulated betting in and around the CIS region.
LeoVegas Sports is now up and running in Denmark, with help from supplier Kambi.
The chief executive of the UK Gambling Commission has promised “tough action” against any licensed operators that fail to abide by the regulator’s own mission statement to put the consumer first after the Birmingham-based body unveiled its new enforcement strategy.
International betting integrity body ESSA has advised the Law Commission of India that regulating betting in the country would bring sizeable fiscal and integrity benefits.
Prospective operators who provide all necessary documentation in a timely manner will be granted a Dutch online gaming licence simultaneously – in what the head of the country’s regulator calls the ‘Big Bang’.
Following a consultation earlier this year, the UK Gambling Commission has implemented new measures aimed at enhancing consumer protection in the online gaming sector.
Gambling Commission CEO Sarah Harrison has warned the gambling industry that it cannot hide behind Anti-Money Laundering rules to delay paying out to its customers.
As operators eagerly await the signing of the Netherlands’ Remote Gaming Bill, policymakers have underlined the restrictions that will be imposed on the online sports betting sector.