Supreme Court One Step Closer To A Winning Vote On Sports Betting In NJ

In 1992 there was a law passed called PASPA.This law prohibits betting on traditional sports anywhere outside of Nevada. Recently, the Supreme Court heard arguments for New Jersy to be allowed to do so. There were representatives from several other interested states as well. Why do states like NJ want traditional sports betting? The answer […]
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Neds is Required To Remove an Advertisement that Encourages Excessive Betting

Neds is the most recent online bookmaker in Australia, and they are discontinuing an ad ahead of the Melbourne Cup on free-to-air TV. The commercial breached the advertising codes because excessive gambling was encouraged. Numerous complaints regarding the commercial were received by the Advertising Standards Bureau. The ruling of the Bureau was instead of the […]
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Ukraine is Urged in Getting a Move on with the Gambling Regulatory Update

The attorney general of Ukraine stated again that his approval of the nation legalizing gambling, though operators are becoming impatient at the slow regulatory change pace. Yuriy Lutsenko, the Ukraine’s Attorney General, paid a visit to Uzhgorod town, where he performed a mock raid on a gambling den that is illegal and accused local officials […]
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Playtech Powers Through Key Migration and Redesigned Platforms To Solidify Top Spot

Playtech recently wrapped up an exciting migration of live casino customers to a studio in Latvia. The gaming technology giant has completed the yearlong journey to an exclusive multipart-studio in Riga. The new complex features an interior capacity of close to a hundred thousand square feet domineering over the nouveau architecture in the city. The […]
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