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Pinnacle exits Poland 

 

Government of Mozambique approves Gaming and Gambling Law 

Quarterly report analysing the Evolution of Spanish online gambling 

Good News For Skin Betting, As Isle of Man Amends Gaming Regulations To Allow It 

Types of Gambling Software Operating Licences Issued by UKGC

 

Bill in works to legalize casino gambling 

German Lotto and Totoblock (DLTB) comments on the changes to the state gambling agreement adopted by the Prime Ministers 

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EL and WLA participated on February 15 in the 2nd IOC International Forum for Sports Integrity (IFSI), organised in Lausanne 

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Taking part in one of the panels, WLA President, Jean-Luc Moner-Banet expressed the Lotteries’ support to the IOC relevant actions and stated ”I would like to underline the importance and added value of the recently created Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS), which ensures monitoring of betting patterns 24/7, with active participation of lottery members from all over the world”. EL President, Hansjörg Höltkemeier, added, “Integrity has always been a core lottery value and has been enabling EL Members not only to set an example in terms of the responsibility of their sports betting operations, but also to fight against match-fixing with concrete actions, including education and capacity building of a wide range of stakeholders around Europe.”

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UK Gambling Commission New data to inform government gambling review 

UKGC Promises More Punishment for Virtual Item Betting Operators and Promoters 

Slots the star of Spain's regulated online gambling market 

TI: Two dozen firms offer online gambling in Czech illegally 

 

UK Gambling Industry Data Report: 2008-2016 

NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement Internet Gaming Sites 

UK Bookmakers face losing their licence and huge fines over problem gambling 

New UKGC Licensing Fees Complicated In a Good Way

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NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement Internet Gaming Sites

 

UK Bookmakers face losing their licence and huge fines over problem gambling

New UKGC Licensing Fees Complicated In a Good Way 

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Read moreLegal gambling in Arizona has undergone dramatic changess 

Singapore casino at risk of Beijing crackdown over capital flight through potential misuse of UnionPay network

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