Lithuania Announces Gambling Advertising Ban Effective July 1
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Lithuania Announces Gambling Advertising Ban Effective July 1

Lithuania is set to ban all formats of gambling advertising. Parliament’s recent approval of an amendment to the Law on Gambling will prohibit gambling promotion in any form, beginning July 1st. The amendment applies to gambling advertising in all formats. Television and radio ads are prohibited along with promotions, gifts, discounts, and additional incentives. The…

Dutch Regulator Announces 28 Applications Filed for New Online Gambling Market
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Dutch Regulator Announces 28 Applications Filed for New Online Gambling Market

Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), the gambling regulator in the Netherlands, has announced that potential operators have submitted a total of 28 license applications. The Netherlands will launch a newly regulated market later this year, and several companies hope to be approved to offer iGaming products.

Canadian Single-Event Sports Betting Approved by House of Commons Committee
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Canadian Single-Event Sports Betting Approved by House of Commons Committee

Proponents of single-event sports betting want to see legal single games sports betting available in Canada. After a recent approval by a House of Commons committee, the possibility is slowly becoming a reality. This week, the Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights voted unanimously to approve C-218. The measure now moves forward to a…

Dozens of Netherlands Betting Licenses to Be Approved in April
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Dozens of Netherlands Betting Licenses to Be Approved in April

As the Remote Gambling Act comes into effect on April 1, as many as 35 applications are expected to be approved by Dutch regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA). The regulator expects to receive around 40 applications for licensing, with the majority coming from international operators. The licensing announcement was included in the regulator’s annual report for 2020,…

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4 Ways Brexit Will Impact UK Horse Racing

As 2020 draws to a chaotic close, the grim possibility of a no-deal Brexit remains fresh, despite cautious progress in the negotiations. Both the UK and EU are engaged in a 1-year transition period that started on January 1, 2020, when the UK formally left the European Union. If there is a no-deal Brexit on…