State-owned Svenska Spel has remained the largest operator by turnover in the re-regulated Swedish market during the first two months of 2019. The leading private operator in the market is ATG, the former horse racing monopoly that has transitioned to a private business, followed by Kindred Group, Bet365, and LeoVegas.

Some in the Swedish government are mulling a ban on gambling advertising, but state-owned Svenska Spel spends more on gambling advertising than private operators, say the CEOs of Kindred, Betsson, and LeoVegas.

Swedish online gamblers who mistyped the website for Sweden’s self-exclusion scheme Spelpaus.se were being redirected to Lottoland.se, according to the Swedish regulator Spelinspektionen.

The Greek Government has submitted a list of reforms for the country’s online gaming market to the European Commission.

Kindred Group has announced a deal with fellow operator Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) that will see its affiliate sites monitored by GiG’s compliance software.

The Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU), the sport’s anti-corruption body, has reported 21 match betting alerts for the first quarter of 2019, the lowest quarterly figure since its integrity data was first made public in 2015.

In a bid to crack down on illegal betting activity, the Merseyside Police and the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) put a no-fly zone in place designed to prevent the use of drones at last Saturday’s Grand National at Aintree Racecourse.