Home / Tag Archives: Online

Tag Archives: Online

Ransomware’s Favorite Target is the Online Gambling Industry

The online gambling industry ranks number one in a category that no business wants anything to do with, ransomware attacks. According to a recent study by NTT Security, roughly 20 percent of all ransomware attacks are aimed at online gambling sites. Ransomware is the practice of criminals taking over a …

Read More »

Will Greece Keep its Online Gambling Tax at 35 Percent?

Anyone who is still thinking that Greek online gambling operators will be able to dodge a sky high 35 percent tax on their revenue is likely in for a big disappointment. Earlier this week, a US consultant contracted by the Greek government to study the matter issued a report recommending …

Read More »

New Jersey Online Gambling Keeps Revenue Records Rolling

New Jersey’s regulated online gambling market is picking up steam and, judging by recent revenue reports, is in as good a space as it’s ever seen. According to recently released figures from the NJ Department of Gaming Revenue, October was the eight consecutive month in which Garden State online gambling …

Read More »

UK Gaming Regulators Slap Stan James Online with £80,000 Penalty

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) is slapping UK-based operator Stan James Online with an £80,000 fine for failure to comply with anti-money laundering regulations and stop gaps meant to prevent problem gambling. Stan James Online’s trouble with the UKGC date back to the period between November 2014 and October 2016. …

Read More »

Malaysia Cracks Down on Online Gambling

Malaysian government authorities are doing their best to make accessing online gambling sites as hard as possible for their citizens. As part of their efforts, lawmakers in the Southeast Asian country are looking at shutting down legal loopholes that have allowed some operators to exist in a legal grey area. …

Read More »

New Jersey to Share Online Poker Liquidity with Nevada and Delaware

Online poker players in New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware are about to experience a major change in their environment. That change will be the result of the State of New Jersey’s decision to enter an interstate compact that shares players pools from the three states. This latest development could provide …

Read More »

New Zealand Debuts Online Gambling Regulations

Lawmakers in New Zealand have introduced a bill that would require online gambling operators to pay a point of consumption tax based on their transactions with Kiwi gamblers. The legislation is the culmination of several years worth of studies and promises to increase tax revenues derived from the online gambling …

Read More »

Google Blocked in Russia as Part of Online Gambling Dispute

Russian telecom authorities briefly blocked access to Google.ru last week as part of an ongoing dispute with the search giant over links to online gambling sites. Though service was restored after just a few hours, the incident points out the increasingly hard line the country is taking in its battle …

Read More »