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The Council of State declined to issue a provisional ruling against plans to build a leisure complex, including a casino and movie theater, in the municipality of Waalwijk.

Finnish operator Paf has introduced a fixed annual loss-limit of €30,000 for its customers, as part of an ongoing push to protect customers at risk of problem gambling. The operator estimates it will lose around 5% of its income because of the measure.

Betsson, Kindred and Svenska Spel are resisting growing calls to pay a horseracing levy in Sweden following the re-regulation of the market.

Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) is promising “the most advanced and disruptive sports betting platform product of the last decade” after launching its new sportsbook.

Marathonbet has signed a multi-year betting partnership with Premier League champions Manchester City.

As part of its campaign for the 2018 Russian World Cup, Paddy Power has revealed that for every Russia goal at the tournament it will donate £10,000 to causes dedicated to making football more LGBT+ inclusive.

DraftKings is reportedly pushing for a new cash injection of more than $150m as it launches its bid to become a major player in US sports betting.

New Jersey gaming regulators have approved temporary sports betting regulations just one day before Governor Phil Murphy is set to take the state’s first legal wager.

An online gambling bill that would allow Michigan’s commercial and tribal casinos to offer remote gaming easily passes the state’s Lower House.

The Australian state New South Wales’ has set its new point of consumption tax on betting at 10%.