Money Laundering

Malta facing Macolin Convention ratification pressure

The government of Malta may reportedly soon give in to external pressure and ratify the Council of Europe’s anti-match-fixing Macolin Convention initiative despite a long-standing disagreement regarding what sh...

Netherlands to launch new fast-track reporting system to combat match-fixing

In the Netherlands and a prominent government minister has reportedly announced that his nation intends to premiere a fast-track reporting system so as to help combat suspected instances of match-fixing. Acc...

In Touch Games Limited penalized by the Gambling Commission

In the United Kingdom and online casino operator In Touch Games Limited has been officially sanctioned by the Gambling Commission regulator for shortcomings in its social responsibility, anti-money laundering a...

Crown Resorts Limited keen to begin offering ‘cashless’ play in Australia

In Australia and casino operator Crown Resorts Limited reportedly soon intends to begin offering ‘cashless’ play at its trio of domestic properties while ceasing the use of foreign junket firms. According to...

LeoVegas AB hit with Spelinspektionen due diligence penalty

In Sweden and prominent iGaming operator LeoVegas AB has reportedly been ordered to pay a fine of approximately $238,100 for allegedly breaching customer due diligence protocols associated with the nation’s ant...

Swedish iGaming operators being frozen out of financial transactions

The trade association for iGaming operators in Sweden, the Branscheforenigen For Onlinespel (BOS), has reportedly written to the nation’s financial authority to ask why local banks have suddenly started withdra...

Crown Resorts Limited to temporarily cease making political contributions

Australian casino operator Crown Resorts Limited has reportedly announced that it is to immediately cease making political contributions as it prepares to undergo license suitability investigations in the state...