Viktor Vangelov has an MA in Analytic Philosophy. He has worked in education, he has worked with media, both traditional and online. He has written for a number of publications in different areas, with gambling being his focus in the past several years. He has reviewed numerous casinos, bingo sites, online bookmakers, bingo sites, poker sites, as well as plenty of online games. He has been closely following industry news, including but not limited to legislative changes, financial reports and statistical data. Viktor is an avid football fan and he passionately supports Liverpool FC, with a firm belief that ‘this is our year’. Contact Viktor @ email@example.com
The UK Gambling Commission chief stated that they intend to introduce a new online wagering limit, similar to the limit that's implemented on FOBTs wagering and as a result the prices of multiple UK gambling companies suffered a decline.
The London ICE is one of the most renowned gambling events in the world, with thousands of participants every year. The 2020 event took place last week and there were some quite interesting discussion points.
A new initiative has been put forward in the Greater Manchester area, aimed at improving the level of protection and services offered to players who have or might have a gambling problem.
Following the decision to ban credit card gambling, a decision has been reached that all operators are required to participate in the self-exclusion scheme GAMSTOP.
Credit card gambling to be banned in the UK from April this year. UKGC announced that other measures aimed at tackling problem gambling will follow.
With the new year ahead we're having a look at important events for the gambling industry that took place in 2019.
Joe Biden pledges to reconsider the opinion of the DOJ that the Wire Act shouldn't apply to online gambling, as it was passed at a time when there was no online gambling. He has also stated that, if elected, his approach would be much more liberal towards online gambling, as opposed to the route taken by Trump's administration.
Denise Coates is the most paid person in the UK, her salary amounted to £276, plus additional £45 million in dividends.