The Young Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) has undergone a period of strategic expansion in recent times, emphasised by a deal signed with Microgaming earlier this month.
Bacta and CORCA have agreed an informal programme of co-operation on matters of mutual interest.
New figures published by the Office for National Statistics have cast a long shadow over some of the UK’s once-glamorous seaside resorts.
The long term future of coin-op gaming in the UK has been thrown into some doubt following news of a Treasury consultation on the current mix of low-denomination coins, specifically 1p and 2p coins.
Small gambling businesses have been afforded a unique opportunity to participate in a brace of Gambling Commission workshops to drive raised standards across the UK gaming industry.
UK amusement and gaming trade body bacta has met with former Conservative Party leader Iain Duncan Smith to present a new report that tackles the economic impact on bookmakers from a proposed reduction in FOBT maximum stake to £2.
Mediation is set to be entered by two parties within Australia, following a potential $120,000 fine for breaching the Australian Capital Territory’s (ACT) poker machine laws, reports the Brisbane Times.
Poker habits in Australia have been criticised by a Canberra based think tank over the unusual decision to allow “high intensity” poker machines in pubs and clubs.
The proposed merger between Tabcorp Holdings and Tatts Group has taken a huge stride forward, after two major announcements emanated from ‘down under.’
In a release to the Stock Exchange, Tabcorp has praised the Australian Competition Tribunal’s decision to give the greenlight to the long mooted merger with Tatts Group.