Holland Casino employees are concerned that the operator’s proposed privatization will lead to more sober terms of employment and have taken formal steps to prevent, or at least delay, the transformation of the casino chain into a limited liability company.

The Belgian National Lottery’s recent advertising campaign to convince customers to purchase a lottery subscription has been criticized as potentially contributing to an increase in problem gambling.

Amsterdam-based law firm Kalff Katz & Franssen is looking to hire a Senior Associate Lawyer for its well-known gaming practice.

The Danish state-owned gambling operator Danske Spil has announced it has signed a four-year deal to become the Danish Football Association’s official betting partner. Surprisingly, considering the risks often associated with youth gambling, Danske Spil will also sponsor the country’s U21 teams.

Virtual Reality is expected to have a big impact on live casino gaming.

Online gaming operators could face an effective £100m tax hike if the UK government’s new tax proposals are adopted.

US daily fantasy operators DraftKings and FanDuel have finally announced their intention to merge their operations in 2017:

Estimated to control upwards of 90 percent of the DFS market in the United States, the unnamed unified company would need to be approved by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Since the merger will certainly create a market monopoly, the FTC’s review could take months.

Cyber crime remains a key e-gaming risk,” according to Global Betting and Gaming Consultancy.

A 62-year-old Swedish customer of Maria Casino, part of Unibet, won a €4m jackpot.

“Ten years from now, everything will be legal,” respected US sports news publication Bleacher Report predicts with regard to (online) sports betting and daily fantasy sports.

Donald Trump’s pick of Jeff Sessions as his administration’s Attorney General, however, is making it even more likely that online gaming in the US is going nowhere for the foreseeable future.

A long article in respected magazine The Atlantic contends that US casinos are deliberately targeting, and even creating “problem gamblers and outright addicts.”