The Committees of Advertising Practice is considering to ban the use of sports personalities in gambling ads in the UK.
Yesterday, UKGC published a report showing how the current circumstances have impacted gambling behaviour in the UK.
DCMS launched the call for evidence on loot boxes, to establish whether loot boxes lead to problem gambling or not.
The UK Gambling Commission has published data showing how easing the lockdown measures has impacted gambling behaviour in Great Britain.
According to the UKGC, the return of major football leagues in June led to a significant increase in sports betting revenue.
The Social Market Foundation published a report for gambling regulations, calling for a £100-a-month spending cap.
On Friday, the UK Prime Minister announced that the reopening of English casinos will be delayed until the middle of August.
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.