Ahead of last night’s final debate between US presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, bookmaker Paddy Power already decided that Trump has no realistic shot at winning the election and has paid out Clinton to become the next US President.

National regulators from the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, and Portugal have reportedly brought forward to November a meeting that was originally scheduled for next year. Sources claim that the meeting has been expedited to discuss cross-border poker and betting exchange liquidity sharing.

Amaya has forecast y-o-y revenue growth for Q3, based on “the improving strength of PokerStars’ core poker business, as well as continued growth in our new verticals of online casino and sports betting.”

Later this month, The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) will introduce a number of amendments to its license conditions and codes of practice in order to prevent gambling-related crime.

Michigan may soon become the second US state after New Jersey to regulate online gaming.