Expert speakers on regulation and new markets to present at London’s C5 online gaming conference

Expert speakers on regulation and new markets to present at London’s C5 online gaming conference

February 1st, regulators and industry insiders will be sharing their expertise on the ever-evolving online gaming industry at the 6th Annual Regulatory Conference on International Online Gaming to be staged at the Crowne Plaza in London. The focus of this event will include newly...
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August land-based casino win drops in New Jersey

August land-based casino win drops in New Jersey

In New Jersey, official figures from the Division Of Gaming Enforcement show that overall land-based casino win for August dropped by 6.7% year-on-year to $229.78 million while the figure for the eastern state’s online offerings rose by 31.6% to hit...
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ThePOGG becomes approved ADR entity by the UK Gambling Commission

ThePOGG becomes approved ADR entity by the UK Gambling Commission

The list of approved Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services by the UK Gambling Commission received another entity – ThePOGG.com. The reputable affiliate portal that has been online for several years now has become one of the few ADRs to handle...
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Three charged in largest bank breach in history

Three charged in largest bank breach in history

Two men being held in Israel after their arrests in July, and a U.S. citizen believed to be hiding out in Moscow have been charged with stealing the contact details of up to 100 million customers of banking giant JPMorgan Chase...
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Betfred agrees settlement for anti-money laundering failures

Betfred agrees settlement for anti-money laundering failures

British bookmaker Betfred has reached a settlement with the Gambling Commission regulator that will see it pay a fine of over $1.15 million for failing to observe proper anti-money laundering procedures. Warrington-based Betfred was forced to undergo a review ...
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Paysafe Group shares plunge following illegal gambling allegations: Paysafe vociferously denies

Paysafe Group shares plunge following illegal gambling allegations: Paysafe vociferously denies

Shares in London-listed online payment systems provider Paysafe Group plunged almost 38% yesterday following an accusation that some of its outsourced services have been facilitating “both illegal gambling and Chinese capital control evasion” for one of it...
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Pennsylvania budget proposal contains $250 million in “gaming expansion” revenues

Pennsylvania budget proposal contains $250 million in “gaming expansion” revenues

The long-running debate on whether to legalize online casinos and daily fantasy sports wagering in Pennsylvania took an unexpected turn yesterday after governor Tom Wolf revealed that his budget proposal for the next fiscal year is set to include $250...
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British regulator launches probe into online gambling cheating claims

British regulator launches probe into online gambling cheating claims

In the United Kingdom, the Competition And Markets Authority independent regulator has launched an investigation into allegations that some online gambling operators are refusing to pay up or preventing players from collecting their winnings. According to a re...
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Jimei International distances itself from Director Jack Lam after Philippine authorities issue arrest warrant

Macau based and Hong Kong listed Jimei International Entertainment Group Limited released a statement to distance itself from its controlling shareholder and executive director Jack Lam after authorities in the Philippines issued an arrest warrant  based on b...
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The 2015 KPMG Isle of Man eGaming Summit surveys the future of the industry

The 2015 KPMG Isle of Man eGaming Summit surveys the future of the industry

The Isle of Man (IoM) is recognized as one of the most reputable eGaming jurisdictions in the world, and KPMG’s eGaming Summits have established themselves as the eGaming industry’s premiere events for stimulating discussions, industry presentations, ...
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Possible changes to Australian iGambling laws could spell trouble for major poker brands

Possible changes to Australian iGambling laws could spell trouble for major poker brands

Earlier this year the Australian Minister for Human Services, Alan Tudge, announced that he would be introducing legislation to amend the Interactive Gambling Act of 2001 to remove any loopholes that currently allowed operators with licenses in Australia to of...
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