GiH News Roundup: KSA seizes illegal gambling machines; LeoVegas points to relation between tax rate and channelization
The Netherlands Gaming Authority, in cooperation with local authorities, seized eight illegal gambling machines in The Hague.
On Wednesday, Spanish Finance Minister María Jesús Montero announced that the government would release specifics on its “ambitious and useful” online gambling ad restrictions in the near future.
The Dutch State Lottery is looking for the winner of a prize of €100,000 that has so far remained unclaimed.
A new charity lottery operator, Lot of Happiness, owned by Fair Share Nederland, has commenced operations in the Netherlands. The beneficiaries of Lot of Happiness are KiKa, a foundation aimed at supporting research into childhood cancer, and Make-a-Wish Nederland, which seeks to fulfill wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. Players may choose which of the two charities they want[Read More…]
The regulated opening of Sweden’s iGaming market has remained on track for 1 January, 2019 after the statutory standstill period set aside for review of the legislation by the EC and EU member states expired on Wednesday. The multi-billion pound takeover of bookmaker Ladbrokes Coral by rival gambling firm GVC Holdings has been approved by the UK Competition and Markets[Read More…]