Dutch gambling regulator the Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has warned that age verification controls are not being properly enforced, with a new survey claiming that more than 10% of those aged 16 to 17 have gambled in the past year.
Land-based gaming giants Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts have announced customers will be required to wear masks at all venues throughout the US in order to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).
The Dutch Council of State, the highest administrative court in the Netherlands, has ordered the country's gambling regulator to assess whether its licensing processes are compliant with European Union law following a legal challenge from Kindred Group.
Live dealer gaming specialist Evolution Gaming has announced an extension of its relationship with Rush Street Interactive (RSI), through the launch of its First Person product range for the operator's Colombia-facing brand RushBet.co.
Megaways games have taken the market by storm since being launched in 2016, the real step change coming two years later when Big Time Gaming started licensing the underlying mechanic to other developers. Ken Muir tracks the growth via games launches and the licensee roll-out and also looks at how titles built on the mechanic have grown their market share on operator lobby pages
Macau casino junket operator the SunCity Group has announced it is to preview the Hoiana, a new Vietnamese integrated resort project in which it holds 34% an indirect equity interest, this weekend ahead of its grand opening next year.
The Diversity in Racing Steering Group (DiRSG) has announced a new initiative that will deliver training to improve lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender/transsexual plus (LGBT+). awareness and inclusion within the British horse racing sector.
Know Your Customer (KYC) specialist, HooYu released the results of a survey today (25 June) showing that 93% of gaming compliance managers expect to see an increase in fraud and chargebacks during by the novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Denmark’s Gaming Authority (Spillemyndigheden) has urged licensed gambling operators to prepare for changes to the country’s national identification scheme, with a new system set to replace NemID next year.