The Australian federal government is set to introduce new laws that will ban all forms of gambling advertising on television during live sports events.
A group backed by private equity firm KKR has today (Wednesday) made a revised, all-cash offer of A$6.15 billion (US$4.65 billion) for Australia’s Tatts Group.
TopBetta Holdings has agreed a deal to acquire the assets of Australian online bookmaker Mad Bookie.
32Red has become the latest company to announce that it will cease operations in Australia after the country’s Senate approved a series of amendments to national online gambling laws.
Australia’s federal government has revealed plans for a point-of-consumption tax (POC) on online gambling.
Ladbrokes has entered into a partnership with Australian National Rugby League (NRL) team the Newcastle Knights.
The Australian Senate has given its approval to a number of amendments to the country’s online gambling laws that are set to outlaw internet poker and in-play sports betting.
Australia’s government could introduce laws that limit the amount of gambling adverts during televised sporting events in an effort to win crossbench votes.
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Tabcorp Holdings has confirmed that the Australian Competition Tribunal (ACT) is to assume regulatory supervision for its planned merger with Tatts Group.