The opening panel of SiGMA Europe 2020 emphasized that if Europe wants to compete internationally in the gambling space, legislators need to calm down their regulatory efforts.
With political parties putting the screws to the gambling industry now, if operators don’t do more than what’s expected, they may see their lives get much tougher.
The US Department of Justice has made an attempt to lay down the law on the cryptocurrency space.
Several countries are now finding ways to root out criminals from the digital currency space, leaving only one good option for businesses.
The third day of SiGMA Americas took a long look at blockchain and digital currency, and in this instance, how they’re regulated.
The online gaming industry in Greece faces tighter restrictions as part of changes to the country’s gambling laws.
Some lawmakers now want to place a complete ban on all forms of gambling advertising.
The Volunteer State is moving forward with its sports gambling plans as regulations are due to come in by February.
The government of Goa, India was supposed to have a written policy ready to present to the national government by August of last year but Goa was “still working on it.”
Japan continues to push IR regulations building its regulatory framework to steer the direction of gambling in shape.