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EA Under Criminal Investigation

by Glenn Baird - September 12, 2018

Belgian authorities will lead a criminal investigation into the use of loot boxes in Electronic Arts’ (EA) extremely popular football video games, FIFA 18 and 19. The use of these so called loot boxes has been big news of late, with regulators in both Belgium and the Netherlands branding them as a “ game of […]

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€312,500 Fine for Mr Green

by Glenn Baird - September 12, 2018

Online casino Mr Green has been issued with a €312,500 fine by Dutch Gambling regulator, the Netherlands’ Kansspelautoriteit (KSA). It was reported today that the company has been fined for allowing Dutch players access to their website when they should have been using IP blockers. All foreign operators must apply for a Dutch gambling license […]

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UKGC Consult on Child Protection Measures

by Glenn Baird - September 6, 2018

The UK Gambling Commission are asking to hear from betting companies, prospective betting companies, consumers and the general public on changes they want to make to help strengthen their current child protection measures. They want to make these three significant changes: 1. All gambling outlets must have proof of age presented before they can allow […]

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Premier League Called Out by NHS

by Glenn Baird - September 6, 2018

The Premier League has been told by Simon Stevens, the head of the National Health Service in England, that it needs to do more to protect those suffering from gambling addiction. Stevens said that that problem gambling is one of the “new threats” that the NHS are having to deal with. He went on to […]

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Gambling Advertising Ban at Wembley

by Glenn Baird - September 4, 2018

The potential sale of Wembley Stadium to billionaire Shahid Khan could see The UK Government stepping in to ensure that all gambling advertisements remain prohibited at the iconic home of English football. Khan, owner of Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team and Fulham Football Club, made a 600 million pound offer to buy Wembley back in April […]

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Gambling Ads Banned During Australian Sports Airings

by Glenn Baird - September 4, 2018

Online sports broadcasts in Australia will no longer be allowed to show gambling advertisements between the hours of 5am and 8.30pm. The new legislation will be active as of the 28th of September. In March this year the same ban was put in place for all televised and radio sports broadcasts, meaning that the ban […]

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The UKGC Gives Warnings to Operators Over Withdrawals

by Glenn Baird - August 30, 2018

In a statement released yesterday the Neil McArthur said: “Protecting the interests of consumers is a priority for us and needs to be a priority for gambling operators. “These changes will protect consumers from irresponsible advertising and misleading promotions, ensure that they can withdraw their money more easily, and will mean that firms have to […]

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Kenyan Operators Facing New Restrictions

by Glenn Baird - August 29, 2018

Whilst Kenyan gambling operators can be pleased that they have been granted a tax break they might now have to face advertising restrictions. News outlet “The Star” stated a few days ago that the current 35% tax on all gambling revenue could be reduced by a whopping 20%, as Kenya’s National Finance and Planning committee […]

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Russia Increases Efforts to Restrict Foreign Gambling Sites

by Glenn Baird - August 29, 2018

In a push to prevent Russian gamblers playing at online casinos based outside of the country, the nation’s banks, internet and phone companies are applying new, more stringent measures. One of the country’s leading telecom operators, Roskomnadzor informed Russia’s internet providers that a new domain-blocking system will be put into place from the beginning of […]

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Ladbrokes Pulls out of Australian Self-Exclusion Talks

by Glenn Baird - August 20, 2018

Ladbrokes has criticised Australia’s proposed safer gambling legislation just a matter of weeks before its official implementation. The UK founded company have been working with other sports betting outlets and the Australian government to put in place a national self-exclusion policy. Any headway that the legislation might have been making has been dealt a serious […]

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