Brazil’s outgoing president has signed a new law that legalizes sports betting, meaning a potential market of 200m people has opened up to operators, who be seeking to capitalize on it.
A South Carolina senator is filing for an amendment to be made to the state’s constitution in advance of the new legislative session in 2019, to prepare the ground for legalizing sports betting.
It appears as though investment banks are getting the jitters about whether the US-owned casinos in Macau will be the next trade war targets.
A leading Rhode Island politician is proposing legislation for online sports betting when the 2019 legislative session begins. Many other states are said to be watching closely.
An independent bid committee has advised shareholders to accept the bid, worth SEK 87 per share. The gaming company’s announcement of the sale comes at the end of a challenging year.
A class-action suit that could have massive consequences for the future of video lottery terminals in Canada is going ahead.
The betting lounge is an activation point for William Hill account holders to place wagers, and has state-of-the-art facilities.
GambleAware is urging Scottish football bodies to look at the sport’s “concerning” relationship with gambling, insisting that clubs need to take greater responsibility.
There has been a lot of good news about gambling in the US recently, but Massachusetts casino revenues have declined for two months.
North Korea has halted its casino plans on the order of the country’s leader following pressure from Beijing, according to a report.