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 @ firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 has been quite an eventful year for the gambling industry, and also in general, for everybody. What happened in the gambling world, who are the biggest winners and losers and what can we expect in 2021!
UK gamers spend thousands on loot boxes on games like FIFA, research has shown. There are calls for action and the minister said that the government is investigating the matter.
The UKGC has released two important documents - a National Strategic Assessment and its annual annual Compliance and Enforcement Report. There were some interesting findings.
Sports betting shops and casinos in England set to close this Thursday, following government decision to enter a new four-week lockdown.
There isn't a gambling addiction clinic in Wales, experts have complained. In the meantime, the ASA has banned Gala's ad featuring fluffy animals that was shown on FB in August.
A lot has been going on in the US when it comes to gambling and legislative initiatives. Read and find out more about the situation in DC, Colorado and Wyoming. The monopoly is upheld in DC, people have been wagering more in Colorado and sports betting could be introduced in Wyoming.
Casino Resorts, one of the largest operators in Australia is inquired by authorities over alleged failure to comply with anti-money laundering standards.
It has been announced that Norway is looking to introduce a new gambling regulatory body that will be in charge of regulating all forms of gambling in the country.