A new report released by the House of Lords has called for urgent action from the UK gambling regulators to protect players.
Michigan started accepting sports betting licence applications, while the Illinois sports betting market welcomes DraftKings’s gaming services.
After two years, the Louisiana Senate agreed on the tax rate and approved daily fantasy sports betting legislation.
Georgia is the next state in the list of US states that are considering sports betting legalisation. The bill is now in front of the full Senate and it seems that the state's professional sports teams are also in support of the idea.
The APPG has called for a ban on all gambling advertisements in the UK, as well as a £2 stake limits for online slots.
The largest gambling operators in the UK have pledged to donate £100 million to problem gambling, as well as additional funds to other charities and causes. This has been regarded as a testament that the industry is willing to take its part and help tackle problem gambling.
UKGC provided additional guidance for the credit card gambling ban that includes payments made through any MSB.
New calls to classify loot boxes as gambling, over concerns that it could lead children to develop gambling habits. If loot boxes are classified as gambling, game development companies would need to work around that.