France’s regulated online gambling market grew across all verticals in the first quarter of 2018 as active player ranks surged by one-quarter.

Having earlier declared gambling a state monopoly, Moldova is now handing control over gambling and lotteries to two European companies under a public-private partnership.

Industry stakeholders call Norway’s new gambling rules, which were introduced yesterday, “pure symbolism.”

Yggdrasil Gaming, the Swedish-based online and mobile developer, has increased its revenue by 73% year-on-year according to the company’s Q1 2018 report.

The Irish government is looking to introduce new laws to target problem gambling.

Irish independent online bookmaker BetBright has announced that it will now operate under a single mobile user interface across its existing verticals.

Lottoland is gearing up for a legal fight in Australia against a proposed ban on lottery betting.

Social media platforms are using the same techniques as gambling firms to create psychological dependencies and ingrain their products in the lives of their users.

The 144th Kentucky Derby set new records for wagering. All-source wagering on the Derby Day slate hit $225.7m, up 8% over 2017’s record of $209.2m.