Bill South, Group Director of Security and Community Affairs at William Hill, will be using his presence at EiG to debate gaming prohibition versus regulation and to map out what a successful betting regulatory framework looks like before drawing together conclusions around the development of an...
The Association of British Bookmakers (The ABB) has announced it would ‘not oppose’ Labour’s new proposal to impose a compulsory levy on British bookmakers that would go towards helping treat problem gamblers.
There has been ample discussion of FOBTs and the gambling industry at large in the UK's mainstream press of late. The controversy around the FOBTs and gambling advertising continues to be a hot topic for the papers, and the effects of this are potentially sizable for the industry...
The Union Gaming team think the new tax and regulatory regime in Cambodia will bode well for operator Nagacorp
The Advocate General’s opinion that the UK and Gibraltar are effectively a single entity makes it unlikely the ECJ will find for the Gibraltar operators in their case against the UK’s PoC regime
American Gaming Association (AGA) is celebrating after the US tax office the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) climbed down on a number of proposals it had made for tax reporting of slot winnings.
Analysts say there are questions to be asked about Unibet's 'anaemic' EBITDA performance, which was only positives thanks to acquisitions...
The changing face of the UK’s bingo industry has been illustrated by the release of Rank Group’s latest financial results, which have indicated a significant shift towards digital.