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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New Jersey looks to partner with the United Kingdom and create shared liquidity in online poker

New Jersey looks to partner with the United Kingdom and create shared liquidity in online poker

New Jersey legalized online poker back in 2013 and is one of the three states in America to have regulated online poker. The revenue generated from the online poker market in the Garden State has not come anywhere close to...
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New Jersey legislators propose new bill to expand online gambling

New Jersey legislators propose new bill to expand online gambling

New Jersey legislators are continuing to look at new ways to boost the gambling industry in the state after the November referendum to approve casinos outside of Atlantic City was rejected by voters. The gambling industry in New Jersey has...
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Pennsylvania Senator summons casino officials to Harrisburg Jan. 3

Pennsylvania Senator summons casino officials to Harrisburg Jan. 3

Sen. Kim Ward, R-Westmoreland, has called on officials from Pennsylvania’s 12 gambling concerns to meet in the Capital soon after the holidays. The senator says changes are needed in the state’s gambling laws and she plans to tackle the problem...
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Jack Lam flees the Philippines to avoid being arrested for illegal online gambling operations

Jack Lam flees the Philippines to avoid being arrested for illegal online gambling operations

Authorities in the Philippines arrested over 1,000 Chinese nationals who were alleged to have been involved in illegal online gambling operations and violating their working visas. Local media reports stated that these Chinese nationals were working at the Fon...
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Irish remote gaming regulation began Aug.1; 27 licenses announced

Irish remote gaming regulation began Aug.1; 27 licenses announced

Ireland’s gambling authority has released 27 remote gaming licences that allow operators to offer their services to Irish players. All licences are valid for two years and after that period licensees will have to pay €10,000 fee in order to...
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ESSA establishes presence in Russia with new Fonbet Partnership

ESSA establishes presence in Russia with new Fonbet Partnership

Fonbet, the biggest online betting company operating in Eastern Europe, recently announced that it had signed a partnership agreement with the European Sports Security Association (ESSA). Fonbet which is also the leading online betting operator in Russia decid...
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Online poker legislation introduced in New York by Senator John Bonacic

Online poker legislation introduced in New York by Senator John Bonacic

Late last week, Senator John Bonacic of New York revived efforts to legalize online poker in the state by introducing S-3898. The measure would amend current laws of the state to allow certain interactive poker games which would include Texas...
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Pennsylvania senator files memo detailing plans for online gambling bill

Pennsylvania senator files memo detailing plans for online gambling bill

2017 has just begun and the state of Pennsylvania is not wasting any time getting back into discussions of online gambling as well as daily fantasy sports. Earlier this week, Jay Costa, a Senator of the state, filed a memo...
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UKGC proposes new online software, tech standards

UKGC proposes new online software, tech standards

In 2015, the UK Gambling Commission started a consultation of the Remote Gambling and Software Technical Standards and the results found that several changes needed to be made. The UKGC has now proposed revisions to the RTS and are asking...
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Rank Group (Grosvenors) gives up $1.47 million profits for lax money laundering efforts

Rank Group (Grosvenors) gives up $1.47 million profits for lax money laundering efforts

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) recently completed an investigation into Grosvenor Casinos’ (Rank Group) anti-money laundering policies and found them to be weak. The broader investigation was spurred by looking into a single customer, Mr Da Feng Ding ...
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