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.
Ireland Bookmakers Association announces that "vast majority" of its members had agreed to shut betting shops to reduce spread of coronavirus.
Ireland's Minister for Finance pumps brakes on plans to double betting turnover tax until he can review the likely impact on local bookmakers.
Ireland's parliament to debate proposal to tax betting operators at 10% (land-based) and 20% (online) of revenue rather than doubling turnover tax.
Ireland's bookmakers plan emergency meeting this week to figure out how to convince the government to scrap plan to double betting tax to 2% of turnover.
The Republic of Ireland plans to double gambling taxes to 2% of betting turnover when the government introduces new budget next week.
The Industry Group for Responsible Gambling (IGRG) has announced that Responsible Gambling Week 2018 will take place from 1st- 7th November.
Irish bookmakers want longer hours, tablets in shops; Nevada regulators approve iPhone version of mobile sportsbook Leroy's App;