Florida’s Supreme Court will review the proposals on casino expansion within the state. It followed a request from the Florida attorney general Ashley Moody.
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Debates over gambling have arisen in several countries.
The problem now definitely has international recognition,
4H and Legalbet present betting news from all over the world
In our latest issue of the international news Michel Reznik, Head of Banking and Payments in the 4H agency joins Ivan Kurochkin to comment on the events.
A District of Columbia judge has ruled that the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s compact with the state violates the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) and invalidated the agreement.
The Dutch regulator will monitor 25 gambling websites. It will check whether they follow the clauses of the new legislature that came into force on October 1.
The DraftKings and Entain deal has been abandoned. At least for now.
Gaming expert, adviser, board member, and the man who successfully lobbied for sports betting legalization in the USA - it's all about Mr. Bill Pascrell III.
The Danish political parties believe that bettors' ID cards should be introduced.
The European Gaming & Betting Association has welcomed the news that the Republic of Ireland will soon have its first ever dedicated gambling regulator.
WSOP (The main poker event of the year) is now supplied with our graphics.
The Legalbet and 4H collaboration is back...
An awesome replacement on the boxing card! It has been announced that Olexander Usyk will face Anthony Joshua on September 25th, 2021
Youngsters in UK and Ireland to see wagering limits imposed, UEFA sign a partnership with bwin. A new issue of weekly news in collaboration with H4.
Ireland ban credit cards for betting, NFL gains four new betting partners
In simple terms, all you need to launch a bookmaker or a casino business is a team, money, and an understanding of how the business works.
The Gambling Commission of Great Britain has published its operator data for June. In May gross gambling yield (GGY) was 4.8% less than in April.