Crown Resorts' Melbourne casino to face royal commission in Victoria while yet another director quits following Bergin report.
Violating new European Union data privacy rules could cost companies millions
Online gambling operators could face fines worth millions if they're caught violating the European Union's new data protection laws.
New Jersey forging ahead with plans for casinos outside Atlantic City
Committees in both of New Jersey's legislative chambers approve plans to allow two casinos in North Jersey but lots of work still ahead.
Bible apps contain more malware than gambling apps
Cybersecurity outfit Proofpoint finds malware in 3.7% of iOS and Android Bible verse apps vs. just 0.22% in 'card game' apps.
Amaya says it will ask PokerStars’ former owners to pay Kentucky civil damages
Amaya Gaming says it plans to ask PokerStars former owners to pay any damages resulting from the state of Kentucky's civil lawsuit.
Poker Players Alliance in Kentucky court trying to save Amaya half a billion bucks
Poker Players Alliance asks Kentucky court to intervene in PokerStars civil suit, gets accused of trying to save Amaya half a billion bucks.
Reports say James Packer looking to take Crown Resorts private
Australian media reports that James Packer is having talks with potential investment partners about taking Crown Resorts private.
British racing won’t punish affiliates for dealing with unapproved bookies
British Horseracing Authority now says it will allow affiliates to sponsor events, even if they steer punters to unapproved online bookies.
Caesars UK spanked for AML lapses; SkyCity ordered to hand over high roller records
Caesars Entertainment's UK division fined £845k for anti-money laundering lapses; SkyCity ordered to hand over VIP's gambling records.