In case you missed it yesterday: we took an in-depth look at the questions regarding the remote gaming bill that were submitted by the Senate Committee for Security and Justice late last month. We also asked several industry insiders to share their insights with regard to this latest legislative development.

The 2016 US presidential election, which will conclude later this night, has reportedly become “the most wagered upon political event in history.”

UK-based operator Sky Betting & Gaming (SB&G) has made its full international debut with the launch of a real-money online sportsbook in Italy. SB&G’s real-money online casino site is expected to go live in a couple of weeks.

Instant Win Gaming’s remote gaming server has been granted certification by compliance services provider NMi. The company, which supplies online instant win games to lotteries, said that NMi’s approval represents an “important milestone,” as it seeks to expand its business across multiple regulatory jurisdictions.

Unibet intends to stick it out in Australia in spite of the federal government’s recent decision not to legalize online in-play betting. “It’s a big market and Australians have a propensity to gamble and a high GDP per capita, so it’s clearly attractive for us,” the operator’s CEO Henrik Tjärnström said.

Pennsylvania has overtaken Nevada as the US state to generate the most casino tax revenue.