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    Brazil’s Investment Partnership Programme (PPI) has awarded a consortium comprising International Game Technology and Scientific Games the tender to operate the state-owned instant win gaming business Loteria Exclusiva Instantânea (Lotex).

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    The Latvian parliament has submitted a proposal for the country's 2020 budget to increase gaming taxes levied on land-based gambling in the country.

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    Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) is set to expand into the Croatian market after agreeing a deal to acquire a majority stake in Top Games, a gaming operator that qualifies for a remote gambling permit in the country.

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    Nasdaq Stockholm-listed Scout Gaming has brokered a new deal with Betway to launch its fantasy sports product with the online gambling operator in African gaming markets.

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    The Italian government has announced an increase in the taxes on video lottery terminals (VLTs) and Comma 6A Amusement with Prize slot machines.

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    Live dealer software supplier Evolution Gaming has agreed a deal to provide its live casino gaming solutions to Flutter Entertainment's Paddy Power and Betfair brands.

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    The Children’s Commissioner for England has called on the UK Government to introduce tighter laws to help protect children when gaming online after a new report found some youngsters are spending hundreds of pounds on in-game purchases via so-called loot boxes.

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    The Japanese government has revealed plans to formally establish a regulatory body to oversee the country’s land-based casino industry by January next year, around six months after it was originally set to be formed.

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    The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has announced changes to the regulations surrounding gaming license fees to narrow the definition of a start-up, potentially ramping up costs for smaller gaming businesses.

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    FanDuel has been granted authorisation to launch mobile sports betting in Indiana, effective today (22 October).

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    The Belgian National Lottery (Loterie Nationale) has joined forces with instant win games provider IWG to enhance its online gambling offering and drive the next stage of its digital growth strategy.

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    Australian lotteries and betting operator Tabcorp has entered into a partnership with North America’s National Basketball Association (NBA). Tabcorp will now serve as an authorised sports betting operator of the NBA in Australia.

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    A long-awaited bill allowing for gambling at hotels has been filed in the Ukrainian parliament, the Verkhovna Rada.

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    The International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR) has appointed Paul Newson, trustee of Australia’s New South Wales Responsible Gambling Fund, as its new president.

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    The number of people gambling in Macau dipped to a record low in 2019, according to a survey commissioned by the Social Welfare Bureau, with the number of people identifying as problem gamblers also falling sharply.

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    Uefa, football’s governing body in Europe, has launched a new tender to identify an individual or organisation to support its battle against match-fixing within the sport.

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    The Washington DC Superior Court has denied a request for an injunction to block the DC Lottery’s no-bid contract with Intralot, meaning the Lottery can resume work towards launching the district’s mobile sports betting platform.

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    Public Health England (PHE), an executive agency of the Department of Health and Social Care, has revealed the details — including the aim, objective, methods and team members involved — of the first ever review of evidence on gambling related harm in England.

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    Sports wagering revenue in Mississippi almost doubled month-on-month, and increased 19.2% year-on-year to $37.9m while the state took in $5.6m in revenue from sports bets.

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    The Deutsche Automatenwirtschaft (DAW), the umbrella organisation for Germany’s gaming machine associations, has highlighted a number of key issues that must be addressed as lawmakers prepare to begin discussions over the re-regulation of the country’s gambling market.

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