The Bill looks to create a comprehensive 10-member Task Force to battle problem gambling and advice the General Assembly on new methods and programs that should be instated over the next few years.
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Malta’s gaming regulator denied any ties to the organized crime network uncovered by a recent law enforcement operation, as police continue to crack down on Ndrangheta’s influence over igaming operations in Malta and Italy.
The campaign enters its second year with boosted funding and full support of the MGCB, allowing King Media to create a variety of new useful advertising content to battle problem gambling in Michigan.
The three ads will amount to 5% of the total ads, as the NFL remains consistent in limiting the exposure their fans have to sports betting and other forms of gambling via game broadcasts.
The Belgian Expertise Center for Alcohol and Other Drugs calls for increase in gambling age and other regulations to prevent problem gambling and protect Belgian youth.
Despite the rising revenues and taxation, New Jersey online casinos may be causing more harm than good according to a new study performed by NERA.
The operator reports big numbers in its fight against bots and RTA in 2023, with more than 4068 affected players receiving refunds after being victims of the banned AI and RTA users.
Under the new Bill, online casinos would pay 46% of their revenue in taxes, with 1% going towards funding a problem gambling fund in charge of responsible gambling and helping problem gamblers in the state.
PokerStars reveals their evolving strategies in the fight against online cheaters.
Five non-profits focused on problem gambling prevention will get funding this fall. Their operations are in Alabama, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, and Ohio.
The International Center for Responsible Gaming (ICRG) launched its college-focused website in 2011. It’s designed for those of legal gambling age.
Online program follows pair of surveys designed to help the NCAA’s national office identify key topics of discussion related to sports betting.
The partnership will bring innovative AI-driven tools to ResponsiblePlay.org to enhance responsible gambling practices and protect vulnerable players.
Colorado Division of Gaming launches an official Self-Exclusion responsible gambling program for casino gaming & sports betting, taking over list management.
The operator will also give the UK-based charity, BillyChip, which helps the homeless purchase basic needs, a £100,000 grant over the next two years.
Researchers from Lund University in Sweden said the survey results show online poker was “negatively associated with self-exclusion.”
Connecticut’s Attorney General and CDCP said consumers put themselves at risk when they use illegal offshore sites, remind them to only use legal operators.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) levied $100,000 CAD in penalties after Apollo allegedly ran afoul of five of its Registrar’s Standards.
The survey also found that high-value bettors, meaning those who deposit at least $500 monthly, are three times more likely to fall for a fraud scheme.
Gov. Andy Beshear signed an emergency regulation to launch the account. It will be funded with tax revenue from sports betting, which launches in September.