Playzido Platform now available in Michigan through Light & Wonder

Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) grants Playzido a B2B supplier license, marking a significant milestone for Light & Wonder iGaming. Dana Jackel, Head of US Commercial, expresses excitement over the introduction of Playzido’s highly regarded platform, which will bring innovative games to Michigan players. This follows Light & Wonder’s successful partnerships with Mohegan Inspire Entertainment […]

Tabcorp hit with massive fine for breaking gambling laws in New South Wales

In a recent ruling at the Downing Centre Local Court, Tabcorp has been found guilty of violating the law by promoting gambling inducements on its website. The Magistrate determined that Tabcorp’s promotion included incentives for non-account holders to participate in gambling activities. In New South Wales (NSW), it is illegal to publish or communicate inducement […]

Kazakhstan is taking action to improve the regulation of the gambling industry

Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Tourism and Sports plans to tighten the rules for public access to gambling venues. In response to President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev’s call for change, Vice Minister Yerzhan Erkinbayev will be publishing recommendations to protect against gambling-related issues. One proposal is to raise the minimum gambling age from 21 to 35, with Erkinbayev highlighting […]

Outrage among stakeholders over new Mexican gaming draft decree

In a surprising move, the Mexican government has released a draft decree that could bring an end to gaming machines and casino-style games in the country. This news has sparked outrage among Mexican operators, union groups, and both local and international associations. The proposed draft aims to reform and repeal various provisions of a 2004 […]

Revolutionizing Gambling Safety in Australia

Australia’s ongoing struggle to regulate problem gambling within its borders is revealing even more failures in responsible gaming. The impact of gambling addiction on the country is becoming a significant policy issue, especially for the Oceanic commonwealth. Shockingly, around 80 percent of Australians engage in gambling, and the most susceptible group is males aged 18 […]

Everi Payments celebrates legal victory in US lawsuits

Everi Payments, the FinTech subsidiary of Everi Holdings, celebrates its victory in a patent lawsuit against Sightline. Sightline Payments filed the original motion in September 2021, accusing Everi of infringing on their patents with the CashClub Wallet. However, the lawsuit was dismissed by US District Judge Alan Albright, stating that there was no evidence of […]

Flutter Entertainment purchases majority stake in MaxBet

Flutter Entertainment, a leading global gambling company, has recently announced its acquisition of a 51% stake in MaxBet, a prominent operator in Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro, and North Macedonia. The deal, valued at €141m ($148m), is set to be completed in the first quarter of 2024, pending regulatory approval. What makes this acquisition even more enticing […]

DraftKings announces launch of mobile sportsbook in Kentucky!

DraftKings aims to be at the forefront of the online sports betting market in Kentucky, along with other top operators like FanDuel and Bet365. The anticipated launch of sports betting in the state is scheduled for September 7th, with online betting available on September 28th. Matt Kalish, President of DraftKings North America, expressed excitement about […]

Auditing nine banks, Lotteritilsynet keeps a close watch on illegal gambling transactions

The Norwegian Gambling and Foundation Authority, known as Lotteritilsynet, has announced its plan to closely monitor nine undisclosed banks. The aim is to investigate whether these banks are authorizing transactions from illegal gambling operators. This initiative is in line with Section 5 of the Norwegian Gambling Act, which explicitly forbids banks from facilitating payment transactions […]

Lawsuits Target MGM Resorts and Caesars Entertainment for Data Breaches

Lawsuits were filed in Nevada District Court, accusing Caesars and MGM of failing to adequately protect the personal information of their loyalty program customers from cyberattacks in September. The lawsuits, initiated by multiple law firms, seek monetary damages for the affected victims, including restitution and any profits obtained from the compromised data. Plaintiffs from various […]

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