Despite reporting overall growth during the first three quarters of the year, the Kindred Group continues to experience headwinds in the Netherlands following the removal of the iDEAL payment solutions.

Due to “continued weak trends in Sweden and the Netherlands,” Betsson reported an 11% decrease in Q3 group revenue.

Starting from 1 January 2020, the mandatory remittance rate of Dutch charity lotteries will decrease from 50% to 40% of their total revenue.

The German Sports Betting Association (DSWV) has called for practicable and consumer-oriented betting regulations.

Concerns of tax evasion and money laundering persist in Malta and threaten to derail the significant progress made in the island’s gaming industry.

Seeking to reform its online gambling marketplace, the Greek government maintains that it will stand by its contested 35% tax charge on gross gambling revenues (GGR).

Betclic Group is to withdraw from the UK online gambling market, citing the company’s “low performance” in a “very competitive market.”

Evolution Gaming has reported a 47% rise in Q3 2019 revenues to €94.7m, with the live casino provider hailing an increased global demand for its games.

Svenska Spel reported a decline in Q3 GGR as the effects of competition and regulation in the re-regulated Swedish market hit the company’s balance sheets.

The US PGA Tour is ready to introduce gambling at tournaments “from next year” to tap into new audiences, Commissioner Jay Monahan has said.