Britain’s gambling industry can do much more to make gambling safe. That’s the main message from the Gambling Commission as it introduces new rules to protect players, young people and others who are at risk of gambling-related harm.
Polish Ministry of Finance has published an official announcement warning Polish players that it is prohibited to play any online gambling games run by foreign operators without a valid Polish license.
The Czechs have tightened their gambling regulations and at the same time opened the door to foreign online gaming companies. The law is planned to go into force at the beginning of 2016.
The gaming branch is waiting over a decade for South African government to decide the fate of online gambling there.
The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) and the Guernsey Financial Services Commission have entered into a deal for dual licensing to the spread betting industry.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has signed a new bill to partially repeal the US state’s prohibition on sports betting.
The European Commission has taken two separate decisions to refer Sweden to the Court of Justice of the EU in relation to Swedish legislation for gambling services.