Crown Resorts' Melbourne casino to face royal commission in Victoria while yet another director quits following Bergin report.
South Africa’s Phumelela suffers “worst year” in 22-year history
South African's Phumelela suffers worst year in its 22-year history after regulatory changes in domestic racing and unfavorable football results.
Cherry ex-CEO Anders Holmgren beats insider trading charges
Swedish court rules that prosecutors fail to prove insider trading charges against Anders Holmgren, former CEO of online gambling operator Cherry AB.
OPAP profit spikes thanks to more VLTs, fewer employees
Greek lottey and betting operator OPAP reports profit rising by one-quarter in Q3 thanks to ongoing rollout of video lottery terminals and cost-controls.
BC casinos’ revenue growth stalls on new money laundering rules
British Columbia's biggest casinos report flat revenue growth in 2018 following introduction of new anti-money laundering regulations.
UK online gambling reports first negative revenue growth
New figures from the UK Gambling Commission show online gambling revenue falling 0.6%, the online segment's first ever negative growth.
Paraguay betting monopoly struggles with unauthorized sites
Paraguay's online betting monopoly Aposta.la is kicking back only $4m per year to the government due to unauthorized online competition.
Slovakia gambling firm TIPOS under money laundering cloud
Slovakian authorities arrest boss of state-run gambling operator Tipos on suspicion of facilitating money laundering through online accounts.
Nevada regulators aren’t buying Steve Wynn’s immunity claims
Nevada Gaming Control Board rejects Steve Wynn's claims that it has no authority to sanction him now that he's left the gaming industry.