Look here to stay abreast of breaking industry news related to the actions of lawmakers who create and codify the rules and regulators who enforce them. The Gambling Commission in the UK features prominently in this section due to the age and maturity of the marketplace there, but you can stay up to date around the globe by bookmarking this section.
From homegrown initiatives at the ballot box in rural America, to the fate of th six concessionaires in Macau as their licenses are set to expire betwwen 2020 nad 2022, to Asian marketplaces like Japan and Vietnam that are set to change the world casino landscape, you’ll find all the news that’s fit print here. Complementary sections include the over arching Gaming Industry News section as well as Licenses, Taxation, and Online Gambling Regulation.
HomeNew casino and gambling news British betting companies are experiencing a huge increase in customer complaints Marie Kelley August 13, 2019 Current Casino and Gambling News, Gaming Law & Legislation, United Kingdom According to recent figures collected by the Gambling Commission on BBC Panorama, British betting companies have experienced a huge increase in customer complaints. […]Read Full
In the UK, major bookmaker William Hill has reportedly announced plans to close up to 700 stores to make up for the £ 820m ($ 1.02bn) losses due to tightened national rules for fixed odds betting Expect terminals (FOBTs).Read Full
An obscure provision in a New Jersey law could allegedly result in Atlantic City receiving around $ 14 million less in comparable revenue from its 2020 budget despite a rise in the recent performance of its nine casinos.Read Full
Iowa Republican Governor Kim Reynolds (pictured) is said to have signed a bill on Monday to enable the state to conduct sports betting online and through its collection of 19 land-based casinos. Midwestern train: According to a Tuesday report from the Omaha World Herald newspaper, Iowa is the second state in the Midwest to Indiana […]Read Full
The Singapore government has reportedly increased the daily admission fee that locals pay by around 50% to just over $ 110, while the cost of an annual pass increases to nearly $ 2,203. Capable campaign: According to a report by the Bloomberg News Service, the change of government of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was […]Read Full