Crown Resorts' Melbourne casino to face royal commission in Victoria while yet another director quits following Bergin report.
Azov-City casino operator begs reprieve from Vladimir Putin
Director of Russian casino operator Shambala issues public plea to President Vladimir Putin not to follow through on plans to close Azov-City gaming zone.
Netherlands gambling sites face ‘physical presence’ requirement
New Dutch coalition government's policy program includes requirement for online gambling operators to maintain "some form" of physical presence in country.
Tasmania state gov’t to prohibit Lottoland’s operations
Tasmania joins the growing list of Australian state governments seeking to ban the operations of online lottery betting business Lottoland.
Think-tanker speaks without thinking about Antigua v. USA online gambling trade dispute
Los Angeles Times offers the highest profile coverage to date of Antigua's 14-year quest for justice in its online gambling dispute with the United States.
UK anti-gambling media turns its outrage amps to 11
UK Gambling Commission responds to Sunday Times' report that online gambling operators are targeting children with games featuring cartoon characters.
Questions mount after Vietnam lottery chief abruptly resigns
The CEO of Vietlott, which offers Vietnam's first US-style numerical lottery, abruptly resigns in the shadow of the country's largest ever fraud trial.
Belgian police gambled online using private citizens’ data
Dozens of Belgian police under investigation for allegedly using private citizens' data to open online gambling accounts and wager large amounts of money.
Absolute Poker’s Scott Tom released after week in US jail
Absolute Poker co-founder Scott Tom is back in Antigua after spending seven days in a US jail following his sentencing hearing in New York on Sept. 28.