Netherlands Gambling Authority chairman René Jansen has announced that he will write a monthly blog post on a topical issue. His first post deals with video game loot boxes.

Meneer Casino has published an interview with Eric Zwemmer, the managing director of Holland Casino Scheveningen.

In a bid to prioritize responsible gambling measures, Åland Islands-based operator Paf has lowered its maximum annual loss limit from €30,000 to €25,000.

New research carried out by Stockholm University has shown that the inclusion of voluntary gaming limits has no overall impact on the gambling intensity of the users of an online gambling service.

“This new research reaches a terrible conclusion. It shows that one of the most common tools for responsible gaming – setting your own voluntary limits – is worthless and does not work. That’s why we have chosen to lower our fixed mandatory loss limit further because it has a real effect,” Paf CEO Christer Fahlstedt said.

The announced Flutter – Stars Group merger will really pay off in the US market, an analysis by GamblingInsider shows. The merger also leaves William Hill isolated, both in its UK home market as overseas.

Sweden’s gambling operators have cut back on their marketing expenditure as they struggle to adapt to the new regulated market.

The Ukrainian government is readying a full licensing and regulatory regime for online casino and sports betting as early as January 2020.

William Hill has secured a deal to become an official partner and authorized sports betting operator of the National Basketball Association (NBA) in the US.

More than 50 people are expected to face charges after an Italian anti-mafia agency completed a year-long investigation into links between organized crime and Malta’s online betting sector.