Australian online gambling operator Betchoice, trading as Unibet in the country, has been ordered to pay Aus$25,000 (£13,052/€15,372/US$17,115) in fines and costs for illegally offering gambling inducements to consumers in New South Wales.
The organising company of (MIGS) Malta iGaming Seminar and iGaming Business, the leading publishing house and event specialists, have announced a partnership to jointly organise the Malta-based c-level iGaming Conference.
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IG Group has responded to the introduction of new advertising regulations by the French Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) regulatory body, saying it does not believe such measures will have a negative impact on business.
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Bookmakers in the UK that fail to pay an agreed amount in levy contributions in respect of their digital operations or have a commercial funding agreement in place may not be allowed to sponsor races held at tracks owned by Arena Racing Company (ARC) or the Jockey Club.
Bet365 could face heavy fines in Australia after being accused of luring new customers in the country with an offer that required them to spend up to Aus$1,200 (€750/US$852) before being able to claim Aus$200 in free bets.