Danish betting sites are facing stronger deposit limit regulations and other new obligations beginning in 2020. A steep tax hike will follow in 2021 as the government seeks to simultaneously control problem gambling and squeeze more money out of the online gaming industry.
Two major Kenyan sports betting firms are closing shop in response to what they call an increasingly hostile regulatory environment and high taxes that have made their businesses non-viable.
Polish regulators are having a hard time channeling gamblers away from black market operators and onto regulated gambling sites according to recent figures from the Polish Supreme Audit Office (NIK).
Six esports players were arrested last week in one of Australia’s first ever esports match-fixing investigations.
The practice of ‘middling’ in sports betting is an intriguing one. It requires an element of skill, and certainly a bit of luck, but if you learn how to master it, you could earn a substantial amount of money.
In horse racing, a horse’s form can tell you a lot about its chances. Obviously, it isn’t that simple because there are dozens of factors to consider. If nothing else, you know that a winning horse has reasonable ability at a certain class.
Legal online gambling in Switzerland will be restricted to just a handful of local casinos starting today. The new gambling laws took effect on July 1st, one year after 73% of the voters agreed on a major industry major overhaul.
It is the single biggest cliché in boxing; yet it remains as relevant today as it did back in 1892 when James J. Corbett destroyed bare-knuckle legend, James L. Sullivan, in one of the earliest title fights under Queensberry Rules.
Kenya is considering a significant overhaul of its gambling law. A wide-ranging proposal being considered by the Kenyan National Assembly could potentially lead to a complete revamp of how online betting operators are licensed and regulated, re-regulation of land-based gambling options and the establishment of a national lottery.
Spain’s citizens’ rights ombudsman Fernandez Marugan recently recommended the government order a blanket ban on all gambling advertising. Now, the country’s top online gambling trade association, JDigital, has hit back with accusations he has no true understanding of Spain’s existing gambling advertising regulations.