Can the NFL Balance Profit and Responsibility As It Embraces Gambling?


In recent years, the National Football League (NFL) has taken a positive stance toward the rapidly expanding gambling business. While the league has been able to capitalize on the rising appeal of gambling, it has also been forced to deal with the possible dangers that gambling may bring to players, staff, and fans. It all […]


Brazil’s Charts New Course for Gaming Future with New Laws


After lengthy negotiations with Congress in 2023, President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of Brazil finally passed Law 14.790/23, which would greatly affect the regulation of internet gambling and sports betting in the country. The new. rules and regulations affecting the country’s gaming environment were formally published in the Official Gazette’s special edition on December […]


Philippines’ Multi-Faceted Battle Against Illegal Gambling


The government of the Philippines is stepping up its efforts to get rid of websites that facilitate illicit betting and e-sabong, or online cockfight betting, as part of its ongoing campaign to combat illegal gambling. The country is now seeing a dramatic increase in online gambling, which has made these digital platforms attractive options and […]


Exploring the Changing Legal Landscape of Gambling in Finland


In recent times, a global trend has emerged in the gambling industry, marked by a growing concern over the rise of addiction cases, particularly among the less privileged in society. Countries worldwide are responding by tightening their regulatory standards, bringing a profound transformation to the gambling landscape. The United Kingdom is often held up as […]


Belgium’s Gaming Regulations Align with GDPR Standards


Belgium has dramatically strengthened its anti-gambling regulations in recent regulatory changes in 2022 and 2023. This includes a complete prohibition on all types of advertising of betting and gambling across all forms of media. At the same time, Brussels and Genk have put a hold on issuing any further gaming licenses until the government finishes […]


Dutch Opposition Mounts Against Malta’s Contentious Gaming Legislation


A lot of disapproval has been voiced in response to Malta’s recent decision to shield its casino businesses from legal proceedings taken in other European nations. This initiative was previously attacked by Germany and Austria, and now the Dutch government is adding its voice to the criticism, putting pressure on Malta to rethink its attitude […]


UK Government Rejects Plan to Regulate Crypto as Gambling, Prioritizes Financial Regulation to Foster Crypto Hub Ambitions


The UK is at a crucial point in its endeavor to become a prominent crypto center while protecting investors and managing risk. In a landmark move, the government of the United Kingdom has categorically rejected legislative measures to regulate cryptocurrencies as gambling. Instead, it is intent on treating crypto assets as financial instruments, arguing that […]


New Jersey Considers Treatment Instead of Fines for Underage Gambling Offences


Lawmakers in New Jersey are rethinking the state’s approach to minors who break gambling laws in an effort to give more effective treatment and education options. The current penalties for anyone found guilty of breaking New Jersey’s gambling regulations while under the age of 21 are between $500 and $1,000. After being held up in […]


UK Government Finally Releases Gambling White Paper


After years of speculation, delays, and appeals for new legal limitations or concessions, the UK Government finally unveiled its White Paper on the country’s gambling business last week. The White Paper is an all-encompassing analysis of the UK gambling sector and the reforms needed to better safeguard players, guarantee the business works honestly and openly, […]