Malta’s gaming regulator denied any ties to the organized crime network uncovered by a recent law enforcement operation, as police continue to crack down on Ndrangheta’s influence over igaming operations in Malta and Italy.
Despite the rising revenues and taxation, New Jersey online casinos may be causing more harm than good according to a new study performed by NERA.
Under the new Bill, online casinos would pay 46% of their revenue in taxes, with 1% going towards funding a problem gambling fund in charge of responsible gambling and helping problem gamblers in the state.
Five non-profits focused on problem gambling prevention will get funding this fall. Their operations are in Alabama, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, and Ohio.
The partnership will bring innovative AI-driven tools to ResponsiblePlay.org to enhance responsible gambling practices and protect vulnerable players.
Connecticut’s Attorney General and CDCP said consumers put themselves at risk when they use illegal offshore sites, remind them to only use legal operators.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) levied $100,000 CAD in penalties after Apollo allegedly ran afoul of five of its Registrar’s Standards.
59% of adults with gambling problems had childhood exposure, while nearly half of high-risk individuals report feelings of embarrassment and shame.
The National Council of Legislators from Gaming States (NCLGS) passes a historic 16-point resolution to assist states in developing strong responsible gaming standards, addressing prevention, treatment, & more.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) launched a podcast called “Double Down Michigan” in late March. To date, the podcast has had five episodes.
New Jersey regulators unveils a dedicated hotline and a virtual option for individuals to self-exclude from online gambling.
The non-profit iDevelopment and Economic Association (iDEA Growth) developed a new Responsible Advertising Code, which it plans to review annually.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) issued about $51,000 in fines to operators of online casinos ComeOn, Conquestador, and LeoVegas.
GeoComply & ICRG team up for a two-year study evaluating the long-term effectiveness of voluntary self-exclusion programs in land-based & online casinos.
After receiving a record number of applicants, the NCPG awards $193,000 in grants — funded by the NFL Foundation & FanDuel — to 5 deserving non-profits.
Spin Genie Ontario also found 34% of online players were either not aware or unsure of responsible gambling and player protection tools provided by operators.
Self-exclusion expansion follows implementation of expansive universal exclusion policy across Caesars’ entire gaming portfoilo.
In a progressive move, lawmakers in the Great Lakes State are proposing that the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) makes responsible gambling materials available for K-12 instruction on problem gambling.
A groundbreaking initiative by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) makes operators utilize years of customer data in a new & progressive way.
The 13-member panel would be tasked with developing & recommending strategies to ensure people have access to problem gambling programs & resources.