A BetMGM Casino player based in Michigan has filed a lawsuit claiming that the operator has refused to pay out $3,188,616.42 in winnings following a five-day lucky streak in March of this year.
UK Government Increases Online Gambling Operator Fees by 55% — Land-based Operator Fees to Rise by 15%
The UK Gambling Commission has today announced that fees for gambling operators will rise by 55% marking the first rise since 2017. The increased fees are in response to the rising costs of regulation and will help the Gambling Commission respond to new risks and technological developments in the industry.
Rhode Island Governor Daniel McKee has signed into law an extension to the current gambling deal with International Game Technology (IGT) and Bally's Corporation that will see the two companies run Rhode Island's gambling operations for the next 20 years.
Ukraine's parliament (the Rada) has moved to advance a gambling tax bill to a second reading following a failed attempt to pass the bill on a single vote.
The latest monthly data released by the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau of Macau has revealed that the island territory's gaming revenue for the month of May jumped by 492% year-on-year.
Governor Pete Ricketts has signed a new gaming expansion bill that will allow the state's horse tracks to open retail sports betting outlets and offer 'Las Vegas style' gaming. The new bill excludes mobile sports betting and only allows for wagering in a bricks and mortar licensed sportsbook.
Northern Ireland's Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey has said that the local government will start a review of gambling legislation in the comings weeks. This will be the first time in over three decades that Northern Ireland's gambling laws will come under review.