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Brexit Exit Continues: William Hill Opening Malta Office

UK gaming giant William Hill is currently working on plans to open up a “satellite” office on the island of Malta. It’s a move that’s fueled by the uncertainty brought on by the UK’s plan to exit the European Union, known as “Brexit”, according to iGamingBusiness.com. As it stands today, …

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DraftKings Signs Sports Betting Deal with Atlantic City Casino

Daily fantasy sports operator DraftKings is entering into a deal with Atlantic City’s Resort Casino to being developing a DraftKings-branded sportsbook at the property. The deal is the culmination of New Jersey’s desire to reinvigorate Atlantic City casinos and carves out new territory for the long-struggling, but newly resurgent, DFS …

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UK Gambling Operators Slammed for ‘Appealing to Children’

Could Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf entice children into a life marred by gambling addiction? That seems to be the conclusion drawn by the UK Advertising Standards Authority in a recent case involving online slots developed and promoted by ProgressPlay Ltd. According to a complaint lodged …

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Sports Betting & Tribal Gaming: Connecticut Works On a Solution

When the US Supreme Court put the decision to legalize sports betting in the hands of the States, it opened a Pandora’s Box of legal and political challenges. States must now figure out everything from how to appease professional sports leagues to how tribal gaming interests fit into the picture. …

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Free-to-Play Casinos Under Fire in New Zealand

Free-to-play casinos and casino games have long been a tool in the marketing toolbox of gaming operators across the globe. Some of these casinos are standalone entities that offer free casino games for casual players and sell chips to those who are a little more serious. Other free-to-play casinos are …

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Paddy Power Betfair Merging with FanDuel for US Operations

Paddy Power Betfair and FanDuel are merging their US operations, creating a US-facing gaming entity with a focus on sports betting. It’s the first major UK/US gaming merger to emerge from the US Supreme Court’s recent decision to leave the future of American sports betting in the hands of American …

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MP Wilkie Likes FOBT Stake Limits for Aussie Gamblers

When UK lawmakers made good on their promises to regulate the maximum wager on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) last week, they set forth a precedent that Australian MP Andrew Wilkie would like to follow. Earlier this week, the anti-gambling MP advocated the institution of severe stake limits on Aussie …

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Operators Fret After UK Regulators Approve FOBT Stake Limit

Fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) have long been the source of controversy in the UK and, late last week, UK gaming regulators made the decision to move the maximum stake at FOBTs from £100 to a mere £2. To say that this decision will have a major impact on the …

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Aussie Regulators Fine Neds for ‘Inducing Gambling’

It’s been clear for some time that Australian lawmakers and regulators are coming down hard on the online gambling industry and the case of Neds, an online bookmaker, really drives that point home. Earlier this week, the operators of Neds.au plead guilty to five counts of offering New South Wales …

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