Televised live sporting matches in Australia will have less commercials by the end of the month as the “siren to siren” ban on gambling ads take effect. Gambling ad ban […]
In a move which is sure to provoke controversy, web giant Google has announced that advertising of cryptocurrencies will be banned on its platforms from June 2018. Announcing its new […]
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) isn’t happy with the state of TV commercials in the country. It recently reviewed a number of channels and concluded that ads for gambling […]
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte wants some changes to gambling in his country. Through the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. (PAGCOR), he mandated that all holders of Philippine Offshore Gaming (POGO) […]
Everi Holdings Inc. has announced its financial results for both the fourth quarter and full-year for the 2017 financial year. Q4 revenues increased to $247.9m, up from $217.5m in the […]
Global gaming and poker giant The Stars Group has revealed a 16% year -on-year rise in its revenues for the fourth quarter of 2017. Announcing its financial results for the […]
Spanish-based gambling operator Sportium has been awarded Colombia’s ninth online gambling license, while simultaneously putting down significant land-based operations in the Latin American country. On Tuesday, Colombian gambling regulator Coljuegos […]
New Jersey’s regulated online gambling market set a new monthly revenue record in February despite having less time in which to rack up the win. Figures released Wednesday by the […]
The US Supreme Court is only but a few weeks away from ruling on New Jersey’s challenge to a law overturn the existing sports betting legislation, just in time for […]
Paddy Power Betfair has reported rising full-year profit off the back of bookmaker-friendly results, but warned that punters are placing fewer bets as a result. The company reported an 18 […]
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