US Commercial Gambling Revenue Joint Highest-Ever for Q1 at $11 B...

The first quarter of 2021 has marked a 17.7% increase in revenue for the US commercial gambling sector, matching the revenue grossed in Q3 of 2019. That possibly wouldn’t be of any cause for excitement normally, but this stands as a joint highest-ever figure for the United States. And in the time of... Read more

Deal with NSW Regulator Leads to No Smoking and Cashless Gambling...

Crown Resorts has taken a significant step forward towards opening a vast new gaming floor at Barangaroo in Sydney, Australia. It has been in talks with the New South Wales regulatory body, and has agreed to bring in cashless gambling, ban smoking indoors and halt its influx of international high ro... Read more

More than 200,000 Register for Gamstop

Following a record number of new sign-ups in the first two months of 2021, the online self-exclusion scheme Gamstop now has more than 200,000 members. February saw registrations increase by 21% year-on-year, with almost 6,500 people joining the scheme. This came after a 14% increase in January, duri... Read more

Personalized Player Protection Coming from Entain

Entain, the leading betting and gaming operator, has announced the launch of its Advanced Responsibility and Care (ARC) player protection initiative with fourteen of its UK brands by this summer. The aim is to identify the players who are most at risk of potential financial problems and proactively ... Read more

Around 35 Online Gambling Licenses to Be Issued by the Netherland...

Dutch regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has provided confirmation that it expects to be handing out about 35 online gambling licenses once regulations come into effect. According to the regulatory body, it is expecting to receive around 40 applications initially, and many of those will come from in... Read more

UKGC CEO Resigns and Leaves Regulatory Body Without a Leader

The Head of the UK Gambling Commission has taken the decision to step down from his position, leaving the regulatory body without a CEO. The timing of this has caused a few questions, considering that the government is currently in the midst of a review of the Gambling Act. Neil McArthur chose to re... Read more

New Gambling Regulatory Body Planned in Austria

The Austrian finance minister, Gernot Blümel, has announced that the country’s gambling regulation framework is set to be updated. The aim is to increase player protection controls, implement new transparency requirements, and create a new regulatory body. At present, the Austrian Treasury is in cha... Read more
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