iGaming Regulatory News
Dutch Gambling Authority Issues Licenses to 10 Online Casino Operators in Time for October 1st Launch
Dutch gambling regulator de Kansspelautoriteit has revealed that Holland Casino and bet365 are among the ten online casino operators that will be allowed to launch their products from October 1st.
Dept. of Interior Officials Call For Federal Investigation Into New York's Handling of Seneca Gaming Compact
The US Department of the Interior has called for a federal investigation into the legal standoff between the state of New York and the Seneca Nation of Indians.
The Netherlands' Gambling Authority, de Kansspelautoriteit has announced that it has fined Malta-based Tipico Co. Ltd. €531,250 for offering unlicensed gambling products and services to Dutch customers.
UK Gambling Commission Fines EU Lotto and Orders Firm to Go Through Audit Following Money Laundering Failures
A UK Gambling Commission investigation into the practices of EU Lotto—owner of Lottoland—has revealed that the company failed to implement correct money laundering procedures and protect its customers from the harms of gambling.
According to a report published by Sportsmail, the UK government is set to place a ban on gambling companies sponsoring football shirts. The news comes as a review into the country's gambling laws is coming to a close with a full report including recommendations expected in the coming months.
The Netherlands Gambling Authority, De Kansspelautoriteit, has announced that it will implement new measures to force unlicensed gambling operators to withdraw from the Dutch market.
Legal Sports betting is finally coming to Connecticut and according to Gov. Ned Lamont's chief of staff, Paul Mounds, the official launch date for the industry is set for October 7th.