Tag Archives: gambling law
- Myanmar finalizes revised gambling law, approves foreigner-only casinos
October 23, 2014
Myanmar has finalized a new gambling law that would pave the way for casinos in three-star and higher hotels near border crossings. However, these casinos would only allow foreigners inside their premises. An official from the country’s Home Affairs Ministry told Deutsche Presse-Agentur about the latest version of the reformed...
- Myanmar eyeing legalizing casinos; foreign investors get tour of Osaka casino site
September 2, 2014
Myanmar could be the next Asian country to get casinos after the Ministry of Home Affairs announced that it’s working on a law that would allow local hotels to begin offering legalized gambling. Reports from some local media indicate that three-star and above hotels near border crossings will be allowed...
- Gaming Lawyer Jeff Ifrah on Legalized Sports Betting
May 12, 2014
Becky Liggero is with Jeff Ifrah of Ifrah Law, as he talks about the legalized sports betting, and the PASPA issues in New Jersey.
- Ireland to reform 50-year-old gambling laws
November 16, 2010
Ireland may well be the destination for next year’s iGaming Super Show and even Calvin Ayre’s 50th birthday but right now it’s not all plain sailing for England’s nearest island neighbour. The country is currently underperforming to enough of an extent that the EU is talking about a Greek style...
- Italy plays ball with European Commission
July 30, 2010
All of those detentions, most of them the ignominious afterschool ones, must have done in the trick in Italy. The country’s online gambling regulator, and childishly behaved, Amminstrazione Autonoma dei Monopoli di Stato (AAMS) is finally agreeing to work with the European Commission on Italian Gambling Laws. It all came...
Italy’s online gambling market now second largest in Europe
April 12, 2017
Italy’s online sports betting growth outpacing retail wagers
September 8, 2017