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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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Sky TV to Kerb Gambling Adds

by Glenn Baird - November 5, 2018

Sky TV, have promised to dramatically cut down the number of gambling advertisements that will appear between TV shows as of August 2019, just in time of the start of the new Premier League season. As of next year the TV giant will air a maximum of one gambling advert during each add break. Right […]

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UK Sports Minister Resigns over FOBM Delay

by Glenn Baird - November 2, 2018

Yesterday, Tracy Crouch, former Minister for Sport in the UK resigned from her post over delays on the reduction to the maximum bets allowed on Fixed Odds Betting Machines. On Monday, Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer announced that the plan to reduce the maximum wager from £100 to £2 on FOBM, originally meant to […]

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The Jets and 888 Ignite Gambling Sponsorship Row

by Glenn Baird - November 1, 2018

The New York Jets are the first NFL team to sign a sponsorship deal with an online betting company, with critics claiming that the pairing has already seen an improper promotion of sports betting. The deal was announced earlier this week with “888” banners unfurled outside the MetLife Stadium for Sunday’s game against the Chicago […]

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UK Budget Hits Online Operators

by Glenn Baird - October 30, 2018

As of October 2019, online operators in the UK will see a significant increase in their tax contributions. This will come as no surprise to most, as the government looks to compensate for the loss of revenue it will face when the maximum wager on fixed odds betting machines is reduced from £100 to £2. […]

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Tougher Laws for Illegal Gamblers in the Cayman Islands

by Glenn Baird - October 29, 2018

Illegal gambling in the Cayman Islands is likely to be facing stricter sentencing as the country looks to tighten up it gambling bill. The proposed law changes will not just be aimed at the operators but at gamblers as well. This will be discussed at the next meeting of the Legislative Assembly as changes are […]

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Fixed Odds Betting Machines To Stick Around a Bit Longer

by Glenn Baird - October 28, 2018

It was announced earlier this week in the Guardian that the original proposal to cut the maximum wager on fixed odds betting machines in the UK, due to go through in April 2019, will now be postponed until October next year. According to the Guardian the plan to reduce the maximum bet on fixed odds […]

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Ireland to be Hit by Betting Tax Increase

by Glenn Baird - October 15, 2018

As of January next year new tax levies will be introduced in Ireland that will increase the amount paid on turnover and commissions. The increase has worried Irish bookmakers so much that the Irish Bookmakers Association have called an emergency meeting. The big fear is the impact that this could have on smaller, more independent […]

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Ireland Says Yes to Loot Boxes

by Glenn Baird - October 3, 2018

Yesterday, Ireland’s gambling regulatory body came out and stated that loot boxes are not a form of gambling. The debate has been raging across the globe for months now with the Netherlands, Belgium and Australia all determining that loot boxes do constitute gambling. This is in contrast to France and New Zealand, who have both […]

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