The UKGC has introduced fresh changes to its Licensing Codes and Conditions of Practice (LCCP), placing increased pressure on operators to stay within the lines.
Europe appears to be going in the opposite direction to the US when it comes to how it is dealing with gambling legislation.
Nick Papadoglou, Group Director of Lotteries and Product Management at INTRALOT and a speaker at the Sports Betting USA 2017 Conference (November 15) shares his insights with totallygaming.com on what sports betting can mean for state lotteries?
As the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the oral arguments in the ground-breaking New Jersey sports betting case, with a ruling expected in the first half of 2018, various states across the nation are investigating legislative action to authorize the activity that is currently widely performed...
David Sargeant, Innovation consultant at igamingideas shares his insights ahead of the Sports Betting USA conference. So if you believe the optimists then this December will see the beginning of the end of PASPA. This monumental shift would see individual states decide for themselves if and how...
Ahead of next week’s Sports Betting USA webinar on the 15th August exploring how leagues are preparing for possible scenarios coming out of the Supreme Court ruling in the New Jersey sports betting case, Ewa Bakun, Head of Content at Clarion Gaming, shares her insights.
The chief executive of Betsson has reiterated the online gaming group would have to “fight for the right” to achieve its aim of being fairly regulated in the Netherlands.
Following KPMG’s successful eSummit in Gibraltar earlier this year, the global professional services firm has published a comprehensive report on the future of the online gambling hub.
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.
Land-based AWP and VLT operators in Italy have been dealt a double blow by the government, as new legislation sees a further increase in taxes and a reduction in the number of slots per facility.