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On the Mobile Gambling Road to Rhode Island

by Glenn Baird - January 18, 2019

Dominick Ruggerio, Democratic member of the Rhode Island Senate, has proposed a bill that could introduce mobile sports betting into his constituency. The bill was proposed this week, with Ruggiero arguing that its introduction would be economically advantageous for the area. In a press release Ruggerio stated: “The new, in-person sportsbook that opened in November […]

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Tougher Self-Exclusion Restrictions Coming in the UK

by Glenn Baird - January 14, 2019

After a BBC investigation, carried out by Radio 5 Live, proved that gamblers who had sought self-exclusion could continue gambling by changing their login details the Gambling Commission has announced that tougher ID checks will be coming. The Gambling Commission has stated that this is something they were already aware of. In an official statement […]

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Temporary Licences a Non-Starter in Sweden

by Glenn Baird - December 21, 2018

With less than 2 weeks to go until online gambling gets the green light in Sweden, their main regulator, Lotteriinspektionen, has made it clear that no temporary licences will be distributed to those who have failed to gain a proper licence before the deadline. Online gambling goes live on January 1st in Sweden with only […]

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Barclays to Protect Problem Gamblers

by Glenn Baird - December 11, 2018

The UK based bank, Barclays, have launched a new feature that will allow problem gamblers to block payments made to certain outlets. The bank actually has 5 categories that their customers can “turn off” any attempted payments to. On the list are, groceries, restaurants, petrol, premium rate websites and phone lines, and gambling websites. The […]

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UK Gambling Firms Agree to Advertising Cull

by Glenn Baird - December 6, 2018

Some of the biggest gambling firms in the UK have met and made the voluntary decision to stop advertising on TV during live sporting broadcasts. The pressure is on gambling companies in the UK just now as more and more reports find their way onto the front pages of newspapers damning the industry for the […]

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Online Gambling Licences Get the Go Ahead in Sweden

by Glenn Baird - December 3, 2018

With Sweden set to launch into online gambling next year, Lotteriinspektionen (One of Sweden’s regulators) have issued their first set of licences to allow operators to compete within the market. Lotteriinspektionen, which will rename itself Spelinspektionen next year when online gambling goes live in Sweden have recently announced the names of 16 companies who will […]

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80% of Advertising Budgets now Spent Online

by Glenn Baird - November 29, 2018

It has been revealed that UK betting firms now spend much more on online advertisements than they do on any other advertising medium. GambleAware, released numbers this weekend showing that gambling operators spent £1.5 billion on advertising in 2017, which sees the amount spent on marketing rise by well over 50% in the previous 3 […]

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Gambling Commission Fines 3 Online Casinos

by Glenn Baird - November 29, 2018

Three online casinos have been fined by the Uk’s regulatory body, as the Gambling Commission looks to implement “effective safeguards” within the industry. In total, nearly £14m has been taken from the three companies as concern continue to grow in the UK over the impact of online gambling. Daub Alderney has been asked to hand […]

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UK’s Gambling Big Guns Hold Talks Over Advertising Crackdown

by Glenn Baird - November 20, 2018

The biggest names in the UK gambling industry met today to discuss measures that are being considered to curb the airtime that their advertisements can receive. The proposed measures seek to ban all pre-watershed advertising on TV; to reduce the number of advertising advertisements to 1 per break; and a complete ban on in-play advertising […]

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Jeremy Corbyn 5/1 Favourite for Next Prime Minster

by Glenn Baird - November 15, 2018

Today was always going to be a difficult one the UK’s Prime Minister, Theresa May. The proposed Brexit deal, described by Jeremy Corbyn as a “botched deal” has left the Tory Party split down the middle, with cries for a vote of no-confidence echoing through West Minster. At the time of writing the 48-letter threshold […]

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