FIFA Ultimate Team Packs Declared Gambling by Austrian Court

In a recent ruling by a minor court in Austria, FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) packs have been deemed to be a kind of gambling, which is against the country’s strict regulations. This move was taken after several players filed a lawsuit against the FUT system, arguing that it was unfair and depended on chance. The […]

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UK Gambling White Paper Reportedly Just Weeks Away

According to Paul Scully, the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Tech and the Digital Economy, the United Kingdom’s long-awaited gambling white paper might be issued in the next few weeks. Scully acknowledged that the paper was nearing completion during his speech at a meeting of the UK’s Betting and Gaming Council (BGC), of which he […]

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Curacao Planning for New and Stricter Gambling Regime by March

Currently, Curacao is the most accessible and trustworthy international gaming jurisdiction for launching new gambling ventures or expanding the reach of existing ones. Curacao has become the most well-known and in-demand international licensed solution in the whole globe as a result of its lack of share capital requirements, its speedy licensing procedure, and its low […]

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Ireland’s Gambling Regulation Bill to Reform Country’s Gambling Landscape

The Gaming Regulation Bill was just released in Ireland, and it contains wording that is rather broad and may, among other things, prohibit all kinds of gambling promotion. The passage of this Act will, most importantly, result in the establishment of a regulated online gambling sector in Ireland. As a result of the prominence of […]

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Spanish Gambling Sector to Undergo Massive Changes Thanks to New Law

The Health and Consumer Affairs Committee of the Spanish Senate approved a measure on October 26 that would make several reforms to Spain’s gaming sector. As a result of the committee’s recommendation, the Senate quickly passed the legislation and it is currently being signed into law. In May, proposals to update the Gambling Law of […]

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Alabama Cracks Down on Three Casino Operations

Due to a judgment handed down by the Alabama Supreme Court on Friday morning, gaming at three casinos in the state may soon be forced to cease. According to a recent majority decision by the Alabama Supreme Court, VictoryLand Casino, White Hall Entertainment, and Southern Star Entertainment are all in violation of state law by […]

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UKGC Postpones Implementation of Some of Its New Operator Requirements

A recent update to the UK Gambling Commission’s customer interaction requirements and guidance instructions revealed that the organization will be postponing the implementation of its new requirements for operators. The regulations mandated by the body urged the numerous casino operators operating within its purview to respond to signs of vulnerability and to bar advertising and […]

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North Carolina Sports Betting Plans Rejected

Plans to bring sports betting to North Carolina have recently hit an obstacle that effectively puts the state back on the waiting list. A vital piece of sports betting legislation that, if passed, would have authorized the activity across the state was shot down in the House of Representatives by a razor-thin margin. The vote […]

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Star Entertainment on The Spotlight Over Violations

Star Entertainment, a major gaming and hotel company, has come under fire for several transgressions. Recent allegations indicate that it may have violated criminal, business, and gaming laws. By putting up its controversial China UnionPay program, Star Entertainment has been accused of infringing both gambling and criminal legislation in NSW, as well as the Corporations […]

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