Austria Changes Up Gambling Regulations; Adds New Authority

The gambling regulatory framework of Austria is about to change. Finance minister Gernot Blümel recently announced a complete overhaul of the framework, where player protection controls will be stricter, along with new requirements for transparency introduced. Along with these changes,

Online Poker Legislation Introduced in Illinois

Last week, a new bill was introduced in the state of Illinois to legalize online poker and casino gaming. Representatives Robert Rita and Jonathan Carroll created HB 3142 to get the ball rolling on the state’s iGaming market. The Internet

New Research Shows Americans Gambling More During the Pandemic

MagnifyMoney recently released a new report of study findings during the pandemic, focused on vices. As an online personal finance website subsidiary of LendingTree, MagnifyMoney was able to discover that Americans are spending money on vices during the pandemic, spending

Authorities Continue to Crackdown on Gambling Activity in India

Authorities in India are still worried about gambling activity, especially as the festival of Sankranti is approaching in January. Police are currently surveying areas for gambling dens, online gambling, cockfights, and other forms of gambling activity. The crackdown comes as

Illegal Gambling Rings Busted in Thailand and Vietnam

Several countries around the world are cracking down on illegal online gambling activities, more specifically rings. In Thailand and Vietnam, police busted illegal gambling rings recently, groups that are running million-dollar operations. The goal of these busts is to stop

Thai Authorities Target Facebook and Twitter in Illegal Gambling Crackdown

Government officials in Thailand are going after social media giants Facebook and Twitter for failing to prevent illegal online gambling activity. The country is extremely conservative regarding gambling and formal complaints were filed last week against the two companies as

PokerStars Reportedly Pulls Out of China, Taiwan, and Macau

Online poker giant PokerStars is reportedly not offering services in Taiwan, Macau and China. Parent organization Flutter Entertainment is making a move to stop providing gaming in black markets, so PokerStars is no longer accepting players from these territories. Cutting

US Online Gambling: New Developments and What’s To Come

The online gambling industry is really taking off around the world, especially in the United States. Players are relying more heavily on online entertainment more than ever, with travel restrictions and health concerns involving the coronavirus making the option to

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