Dutch households are spending less on charitable giving, thus increasing the dependency of good causes on charity lotteries and increasing the need for innovative lottery products.

Strikers at Holland Casino will only have to notify their employer of impending industry action one hour in advance.

An unnamed software supplier to the betting industry is looking to hire a business development manager “to grow French and Benelux markets.”

Footballer Joey Barton, who was suspended for 18 months for placing bets as an active player, commented that “if the FA is truly serious about tackling the culture of gambling in football, it needs to look at its own dependence on the gambling companies, their role in football and in sports broadcasting, rather than just blaming the players who place a bet.”

Tennis was the sport involved in 45% of reported cases of suspicious betting during the first three months of the year, according to European Sport Security Association (ESSA). Tennis now heads the number of suspicious betting cases for the ninth consecutive quarter.

eSports-only bookmaker Unikrn has revealed that it is set to acquire Las Vegas-centered tournament organizer LEET.

Online operator Betsson has cited growth within its casino division as one of the main reasons behind a year-on-year increase in revenue during Q1 2017.

Global lottery sales grew 4 percent year-on-year in 2016, doubling the 2% full-year on full-year increase in worldwide sales reported in 2015.

The CEO of lottery operator Camelot UK is reportedly stepping down.

The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer has suspended plans to apply a levy to free plays and bonuses.

888’s execution has been absolutely impressive over the past few years, as the company has shrugged off numerous external headwinds, including the “the jumbled mess that is European iGaming regulation,” to grow revenue and profits, according to financial news provider SeekingAlpha.

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