Wyoming Sports Betting Bill Heads to Governor’s Desk

Legislators in the state of Wyoming have been considering sports betting legislation for quite some time. This week, House Bill 133 was approved by lawmakers and heads to the desk of Governor Mark Gordon in its final step before becoming

Iowa Sports Betting Operators Fined for Violations

The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission has fined two sports betting operators for violations involving the self-exclusion rules of the state. Both PointsBet and Betfred were subject to fines after they were unable to protect players. PointBet will pay a

5Dimes and Feds Settle Up as the Brand Looks to Offer US Services Legally

Yesterday, the United States Department of Justice announced that an agreement had been reached with 5Dimes. The offshore sports betting operator will pay over $46 million to settle an investigation within the US federal government that started back in 2016.

Sports Betting Licensing Suspended in Germany due to Lack of Transparency

Sports betting licensing is no longer taking place in Germany after the Administrative Court of Darmstadt published a ruling that stopped the process. Details were provided as to what caused the action, with the court upholding a complaint by Vierklee,

German States Reaching Breakthrough via Online Gaming Talks

The leaders of 16 states in Germany seem to be working together when it comes to a solution for online gambling negotiations in the country. Reports from local news outlets state that significant progress has been made involving the new

William Hill Shuts Down Mr. Green in Germany due to Regulatory Changes

William Hill announced this week that they have shut down their German-facing online sportsbook Mr. Green, due to regulatory changes in the market. At the beginning of the week, affiliate marketing partners of the site were sent emails stating that

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