New study highlights match-fixing dangers in non-competitive football

In southern Europe and a fresh investigation has found that a lack of effective governance concerning non-competitive games of football is leaving such ‘friendly’ contests vulnerable to instances of match-fixin...

Norway floats legislation to begin blocking unlicensed iGaming domains

The government for Norway is reportedly planning to introduce legislation that would compel local Internet service providers to exploit domain name system (DNS) obstruction software in order to block unlicensed...

Italian football authority calling for two-year suspension of sponsorship ban

In Italy and the governing body for all professional soccer is reportedly calling on the government to temporarily lift a ban that currently prevents clubs from inking sponsorship and advertising deals with spo...

German legislators approve new 5.3% iGaming turnover tax

In Germany and federal legislators have reportedly overwhelmingly approved the controversial iGaming tax rates contained within the country’s recently-ratified New State Treaty on Gambling. According to a re...

EGBA warns German legislators against 5.3% tax on online poker and slot stakes

The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) yesterday issued a statement in which it warned officials in Germany against implementing a proposed 5.3% federal tax on all online poker and slot stakes. T...

Netherlands outlines CRUKS self-exclusion system particulars

Ahead of next year’s launch of its regulated iGaming market and the Netherlands has reportedly outlined just how its Centraal Register Uitsluiting Kansspelen (CRUKS) self-exclusion system is set to work. Acc...

Lithuania implementing new know-your-customer rules for iGaming

Authorities in Lithuania have reportedly published a series of new know-your-customer rules for iGaming firms following the recent emergence of allegations that the small nation’s online gaming industry may hav...