Ireland’s betting shops are forced to close their doors just one day after reopening due to confusion over government’s COVID-19 plans.
Ireland's retail bookmakers plan to relaunch operations on June 29 after shutting in mid-March to reduce spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
888 Holdings shares jump nearly one-third as company reports online casino and poker products are helping offset virus-related declines in sports betting.
Ireland Bookmakers Association announces that "vast majority" of its members had agreed to shut betting shops to reduce spread of coronavirus.
Citing other reasons than their merger with Flutter, The Stars Group have been cutting jobs in Dublin, Ireland.
Football Association of Ireland decides to end SportPesa sponsorship less than one year into a two-year deal due to “shifting priorities.”
Several Irish parties want to reform gambling laws to protect the people, and restrict what operators can legally do.
Dublin's Fitzwilliam Casino & Card Club closes after 16 years due to quirk of new gambling act; Northern Ireland opens consultation on gambling rules.
Some English rugby fans are crying foul over an ad Paddy Power ran during the 2019 Six Nations tournament this past February and March.
Ireland sets new maximum €5 stakes for gaming machines, up from €0.03, while max payouts will rise from their current €0.50 to €500.