Aspire Global has said its AG Communications subsidiary is now fully compliant with online gambling laws in Sweden, after being criticised by national regulator Spelinspektionen for failing to comply with a key player protection measure in the country's iGaming regulations.
French gaming operator La Française des Jeux (FDJ) has reported a 4.4% year-on-year increase in amounts wagered by players in 2018, with the operator bolstered by increased online sales and sports betting activity.
Lottoland has expressed its disappointment at the decision of Zeal Network shareholders to approve the company’s pending acquisition of former subsidiary Lotto24, claiming that the operator has failed to secure a mandate to proceed with the deal.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and Senator Michael Rush have both introduced new bills to legalise sports betting in the state, taking the total number of bills filed for the 2019 legislative session to five
Another strong month of sports betting activity concluded a successful first six months of legal wagering for Delaware, while an increase in stakes helped push annual online gaming revenue up 8% year-on-year
Regulus Partners analysts foresee years of legal challenges across the US following the Department of Justice's reversal of its Wire Act opinion to conclude that the law's prohibitions apply to all forms of gaming
Major operator enhances its partnership with SG Digital to integrate content aggregation platform in the UK and other European markets, with the solution already powering its iGaming offering in New Jersey
Svenska Fotbollförbundets (Svff), the governing body of Swedish football, has seen its bid to have the restrictions placed on the betting markets the country’s gambling licensees can offer thrown out of court.
The US Department of Justice has revised its 2011 ruling on the Wire Act to state that the law’s prohibition applies to all forms of gambling, in what may prove a major victory for opponents of online gambling.