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STS to expand to new markets

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Polish bookmaker STS has revealed its plans to expand its core brand into various regulated European markets, targeting in particular the UK and German markets. STS chief executive Mateusz Juroszek explained that the company would look to secure licences from the UK Gambling Commission and Malta Gaming Authority to facilitate the decision. The Polish operator plans to open an office …

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Spelpaus.se register reaches 20,000

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Spelinspektionen, the Swedish gambling regulator, has announced that its Spelpaus.se self-exclusion service has now hit over 20,000 registrations. The programme enables users to block themselves from accessing services related to online gambling and opt out of any marketing campaigns that advertise such activities. Spelpaus.se also covers in-person betting at approved stores, bingo facilities, on gambling machines and at all land-based …

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Malta Gaming Autority collaborates with All-In Diversity Project

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The Malta Gaming Authority has become the second international regulator to join forces with the All-In Diversity Project. The industry-driven group aims to improve diversity and inclusion in the iGaming industry and the Malta Gaming Authority is now its strategic partner. Kelly Kehn, co-founder of the All-In Diversity Project, said: It is said that the regulator already has one of …

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EGBA urges Netherlands to introduce online gambling framework

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The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) has called on Dutch lawmakers to introduce an online gambling framework to help protect consumers and allow Netherlands to benefit from online gambling taxation. Yesterday, the country’s Senate started a debate on a Remote Gaming Bill which was passed by the House of Representatives in 2016 but has not progressed further since. The …

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Gambling Supervision Commission announces new software supplier licence

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The Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission has announced a new B2B software licence with the intent of streamlining the application process for companies dealing with gambling. The licence is not obligatory to supply gambling products to operators licenced in the Isle of Man, however, the Gambling Supervision Commission said it offers a variety of benefits to holders. The Gambling …

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Slovakia to reorganize its online gambling market

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Last week, Slovakia’s National Council voted to override a presidential veto on the reorganization of the country’s gambling market. Slovakia is ready to adopt changes to the country’s gambling law which will reorganize its market and will legalize online gambling and betting within the country. Slovakia’s National Council voted last week to override president Andrej Kiska’s veto on the proposed …

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Microgaming Sweden

Microgaming content goes live in Sweden

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Microgaming content is now live in Sweden after the leading online gaming provider introduced a bespoke solution to the market via its award-winning entertainment platform. The fact that Microgaming content goes live in Sweden follows on from the regulatory framework set out by the Swedish Gaming Authority which came into effect on 1 January 2019. Over the last few months, …

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Aspire Global Swedish iGaming

Aspire Global acquired Swedish iGaming license

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Aspire Global has been granted a Swedish iGaming license, effective from January 1st 2019. The license is an important milestone enabling exciting business opportunities in the regulated Swedish market. The Swedish Gambling Authority, Lotteriinspektionen, has granted Aspire Global its first iGaming license for casino and bingo, effective from January 1st 2019. The Swedish license is an important milestone for Aspire …

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