Crown Resorts' Melbourne casino to face royal commission in Victoria while yet another director quits following Bergin report.
Italy’s gambling crackdown to start with advertising
Italy's deputy premier says the new coalition government has a long list of grievances with the gaming industry but crackdown will start with advertising.
New Jersey publishes temporary sports betting regulations
New Jersey's Division of Gaming Enforcement issues temporary sports betting regulations just one day before state commences legal wagering.
New Jersey online gambling has second-best month in May
New Jersey's regulated online gambling market reports revenue of $24.3m in May, its second-best performance to date behind the $25.6m in March 2018.
Imperial Pacific sues Chinese VIP over $5m gambling debt
Saipan casino operator Imperial Pacific International files lawsuit against Chinese VIP who failed to pay a $5m gambling debt.
Borgata second-in-line for New Jersey sports betting on Thursday
MGM Resorts says its Borgata casino in Atlantic City will start taking legal sports wagers at 11am on Thursday, 30 minutes after Monmouth Park track.
Finland’s Paf intros fixed annual online gambling loss limits
Finland's Swedish-language online gambling operator Paf to impose hard cap loss-limits of €30k per year on all customers on all markets as of September 1.
New South Wales to impose 10% online sports betting point of consumption tax
The Australian state of New South Wales will impose a 10% tax on online betting revenue derived from NSW punters starting January 1, 2019.
Russia’s online bookmakers brace for 50% World Cup betting surge
Russian-licensed bookmakers expect 50% surge in activity during 2018 FIFA World Cup but also want government to do even more to improve their chances.