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...

Belgian court confirms mandated separation of online gaming products

In Belgium and the Constitutional Court has reportedly affirmed an earlier ruling to annul a section of the nation’s Gambling Act of 1999 and prohibit locally-licensed iGaming operators from offering sportsbett...

Betting and Gaming Council calls for the creation of a gambling ombudsman

In the United Kingdom and the influential Betting and Gaming Council lobby group has called on the government to establish a gambling ombudsman so as to make it easier for land-based and online players to raise...

Peers for Gambling Reform advocating for United Kingdom iGaming overhaul

In the United Kingdom and a cross-bench group of House of Lords parliamentarians has reportedly declared that the country’s iGaming industry should be extensively overhauled via the implementation of 50 recomme...

Parimatch first operator to receive approval for Ukrainian betting license

After initially being approved for an online casino license last month, international betting and technology company, Parimatch has now become the first operator to receive approval for a Ukraine betting licens...

United Kingdom’s gambling landscape criticized by House of Lords committee

In the United Kingdom and a House of Lords committee has reportedly called on the government to officially implement a string of radical changes to the nation’s gambling landscape including one that would place...

Parliamentarians recommend underage ban on video game ‘loot boxes’

In the United Kingdom and a group of parliamentarians has reportedly recommended that the video games industry be prohibited from allowing those under the age of 18 to purchase addictive in-game rewards includi...