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Indian State Gujarat Mulling Over Online Gambling Ban

While most states in India have begun to embrace the idea of gambling over the recent past, the country’s state of Gujarat is not willing to jump on the bandwagon. The state is reportedly currently pondering over a potential ban on online gambling within the state. According to a recent report by the Times of […]

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Online Casinos and Online Poker Get Legalized in West Virginia

The number of states with legal and regulated online gambling and online poker industries has officially increased five after West Virginia joined the party on Wednesday. Governor Jim Justice failed to sign House Bill 2934 otherwise referred to as the West Virginia Lottery Interactive Wagering Act by the deadline which was on Wednesday 27 and […]

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Outgoing Michigan Governor Vetoes Online Gambling Bill

In a decision that has shocked many gaming industry experts, outgoing Michigan Governor Rick Snyder on Friday, December 28, 2018, vetoed the online gambling bill that was the brainchild of Rep. Brandt Iden. The main reason why this move was surprising was because the bill had been approved by the Michigan legislature a few days […]

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Switzerland Reforms Gambling

Switzerland has decided to move away from it stringent regulatory system which has long stifled innovation in the gambling sector and re-introduce laws that are well-adjusted for present day times. The proposed changes will now affect the land-based venues as well as their digital counterparts found online. Switzerland’s Rigid Past on Gambling Switzerland has certainly […]

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Marja Appleman Steps Down from KSA

The Netherlands top person on all things gambling has decided to step down from her position at the helm of the country’s burgeoning and revitalizing gambling industry. Marja Appleman, head of Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), or the regulatory authority that oversees gambling in the country, has decided to resign. The news was announced by KSA themselves. Appleman […]

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Connecticut General Assembly to Debate All Things Gambling – Next Year

In the wake of PASPA’s repeal, the sky is the limit for sports betting enthusiats, proponents, and industry watchdogs. However the SCOTUS-maintained lift of the 1992 ban is not in itself grounds for the legalization of sports wagering and the gambling industry en masse across the US. States are all churning with excitement, trepidation, and […]

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