Proponents of legalized igaming in Pennsylvania may only have a week or two to resolve the standoffs between the House and Senate on the online casino tax rate and VGTs, otherwise they could be shifting their focus to 2018 and beyond, says Mark Balestra.
With the odds of Supreme Court intervention in New Jersey’s latest case looking increasingly slim, attention is turning to a legislative solution as the best way to implement expanded sports wagering in the US, explains Christopher L. Soriano.
US states are gradually regulating Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS), but how will their decisions and clarifications impact the German market when DFS operators enter? Wulf Hambach examines the potential outcomes.
Operators are facing increasing pressure to make sure they meet the UKGC's social responsibility requirements, and finding the technology to help them to do so seems of timely importance, says Chris North.
Chris Elliott and Beth French of law firm Wiggin provide a roundup of igaming markets across the EU, including all regulated products and legalised operator types, and any impending market updates, including Poland and Sweden for this issue.
Mathew Symonds provides the lowdown on operating and marketing across Africa, including ongoing challenges around acquisition and conversion and the differences with more mature markets such as the UK.
Legal sports betting advocates are hopeful more US states than Nevada will soon be able to offer sports betting. But the best they can hope for is a state-by-state model, and Rachel Hirsch questions whether this type of framework is viable.