National Lottery licensing decision headed to the High Court

In the United Kingdom and the Gambling Commission regulator is reportedly set to ask a High Court judge to enforce its recent award of the next ten-year National Lottery operating license to the Allwyn UK subor...

GambleAware calls for the implementation of a 1% gross gaming yield levy

In the United Kingdom and the organization behind the BeGambleAware.org responsible gambling resource has called on the government to implement a mandatory 1% levy to help fund programs tasked with combating an...

Camelot Group to challenge National Lottery operating decision in court

In the United Kingdom and Camelot Group is reportedly soon set to launch a legal challenge against the Gambling Commission’s recent decision not to award it with the ten-year National Lottery operating license....

Gambling Commission penalizes National Lottery operator Camelot Group

In the United Kingdom and the Gambling Commission regulator has announced that it has levied a fine of £3.15 million ($4.17 million) against Camelot Group after finding failures linked to the lottery operator’s...

Gambling Commission hits 888 Holdings Limited arm with £9.4 million fine

In the United Kingdom and the Gambling Commission regulator has announced the imposition of a £9.4 million ($12.5 million) fine against the 888 UK Limited subsidiary of prominent online casino and sportsbetting...

Oryx Gaming grows UK presence; takes content live with SkillOnNet online casino brands

Just weeks after being granted a UK supplier license, Oryx Gaming has further increased its global reach in what is the largest online gambling market, having signed a content distribution agreement with SkillO...

888 Holdings agrees to offload the entirety of its online bingo business

Prominent online casino and sportsbook operator 888 Holdings has announced the inking of an arrangement that is to see it sell off the entirety of its bingo business to Saphalata Holdings Limited for approximat...

Gambling Commission regulator welcomes ‘single customer view’ ruling

In the United Kingdom and the Information Commissioner’s Office authority has reportedly advised the government that it ‘may be lawful’ to introduce a ‘single customer view’ solution in order to help prevent pr...