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    The Netherlands’ government has published regulations underpinning the measures set out in the Remote Gaming Act, with parliamentarians now able to submit comments on the proposed rules.

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    A bill to amend the constitution of South Dakota in order to allow sports betting in the state is to move forward to Governor Kristi Noem for signature after being voted through by the House of Representatives.

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    The British Gambling Commission has launched a consultation on potential changes to the licence conditions and codes of practice (LCCP) which all licensees must adhere to, mostly to change the ways in which licensees must report key events to the regulator.

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    Italy-facing retail and online gaming operator SKS365 has announced the appointment of Massimiliano Mura as its new director legal and compliance.

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    The International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA), the Independent Betting Adjudication Service (IBAS) and the eCommerce and Online Gaming Regulation Authority (eCOGRA) have teamed up to agree to a new dispute resolution procedure.

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    The Washington Senate Committee on Ways and Means has voted through a bill that would legalise in-person and online sports wagering activities in the state.

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    Turkey’s governing party has introduced a package of amendments to various laws in the country’s national assembly, including an amendment that would allow the government to block access to illegal sports betting sites.

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    Austria’s finance minister Gernot Blümel has called for an independent gambling regulator to be established, taking responsibility for market regulation from the country’s Treasury.

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    The Puerto Rico Fiscal Agency and Financial Advisory Authority (AAFAF) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) seeking a consultancy firm to provide advisory services to the new Puerto Rico Gaming Commission.

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    The Kansas Senate has voted through a bill that would legalise land-based and certain forms of online sports wagering in the US state.

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    Chinese Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi has announced further plans to crack down on illegal gambling and said it is necessary to create a “blacklist” of gambling sites.

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    The International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) has warned that plans to restrict betting on rule violations in Sweden, runs the risk of pushing players to offshore operators and in turn actually increasing the threat posed by match-fixers.

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    Former England and Liverpool footballer Daniel Sturridge has been suspended from all football-related activity for four months for breaching the FA's gambling regulations, after his initial punishment was deemed too lenient.

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    Serbia’s Minister of Finance, Siniša Mali, has introduced a new bill, to replace the 2011 Gambling Act, in the country’s National Assembly.

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    Alabama’s House of Representatives is to run the rule over a new bill that aims to legalise land-based and mobile sports wagering in the US state.

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    The Wyoming House of Representatives has narrowly voted against a bill that had aimed to legalise online and mobile sports wagering in the US state.

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    Stanleybet has failed in its bid to have an €8m tax bill in Italy dismissed on the grounds of discrimination, following a ruling from the European Court of Justice.

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    The Gambling Related Harm All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) says today’s National Audit Office (NAO) report on the Gambling Commission confirms the regulator is unable to fulfil its responsibilities.

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    The National Audit Office (NAO), the UK parliamentary body responsible for auditing government departments, agencies and public bodies, has concluded that the Gambling Commission is “unlikely to be fully effective in addressing risks and harms to consumers”.

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    Denmark’s gambling regulator Spillemyndigheden has revealed that access to 25 sites were blocked as part of its efforts to stamp out illegal activity in the country in 2019.

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