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GiH News Roundup: judicial battles for scarce arcade hall licenses expected to heat up; UK problem gambling rates remain flat

GiH News Roundup: judicial battles for scarce arcade hall licenses expected to heat up; UK problem gambling rates remain flat

Following its opening earlier this week, Meneer Casino has published photographs of the completely renovated Holland Casino Valkenburg.

GiH News Roundup: Jack’s Casino opens new branch in Zeist; Norway targets payment processors; Malta to abolish VAT on event betting

GiH News Roundup: Jack’s Casino opens new branch in Zeist; Norway targets payment processors; Malta to abolish VAT on event betting

Today, Jack´s Casino will open its newest branch in the city of Zeist. A Dutch lottery prize of €100,000 has remained unclaimed. Norway’s gambling regulator is taking action against unauthorized online gambling payment processing repeat offenders. Malta’s government has announced that gambling on the outcome of an event, including sports matches, is to become exempt from value added tax (VAT).[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: record fine for 888; burnt-down Holland Casino Groningen did not possess sprinklers; Grand Casino Brussels being shopped

GiH News Roundup: record fine for 888; burnt-down Holland Casino Groningen did not possess sprinklers; Grand Casino Brussels being shopped

888, one of Britain’s biggest online gambling firms, is to pay a record penalty package of over £7.8million as a result of serious failings in its handling of vulnerable customers, the UK Gambling Commission announced today. Surprisingly, the Holland Casino branch in Groningen that burnt down early last Sunday morning, did not possess any sprinklers that could have mitigated the[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: the future of sports betting, UKGC publishes RTS proposals, bad news from Mybet, tennis dominates suspicious betting

GiH News Roundup: the future of sports betting, UKGC publishes RTS proposals, bad news from Mybet, tennis dominates suspicious betting

Sports broadcaster ESPN takes a look at the future of sports betting (there will be robots!): Some of the world’s largest tech companies are expected to emerge as bookmaking giants that will compete against established U.S. and international sportsbook operators, state lotteries, Native American gaming interests and fantasy sports sites for a share of the market. Stock market-like sports betting[Read More…]