The UK Labour party has published its manifesto for the [...]
The global lottery sector had a GGY of US$ 138 [...]
Shares in the UK-listed gambling companies took a sharp dive on Monday 4 November 2019 after the release of a report on harm-related gambling from the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG).
The EU is to explore the creation of a new central authority to crack down on money laundering activity, according to the Financial Times.
The prospect of a 12% tax on winnings under EUR 500 in Italy was reported by the country’s media in October, having had a preview of the government’s plans for the 2020 Budget. It was also reported that this winnings tax would increase in line with the winnings, up to a rate of 23% for the larger lottery jackpots. But these proposals in Italy are by no means exceptional. Across the world governments are seeking to take money off winning punters.
GBGC spoke on a panel at the MannBenham Online Gaming Conference which [...]
Developments in artificial intelligence (AI) could pose a threat to [...]
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee’s inquiry into “addictive [...]
The announcement by the Stars Group (PokerStars) that redundancies will [...]
In 2018 the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board (RGSB) provided advice [...]