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Dawdle Gaming stripped of licence in Malta.

Rush Gaming has been stripped of its licence in Malta two months after being handed an initial suspension. The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) said it has decided to cancel the authorisation issued to Rush Gaming with immediate effect. Rush Gaming operates both the and websites. MGA did not disclose an explanation as to

Alabama gambling payments passed by the Home.

Alabama voters are a step closer to deciding whether sports betting will be legalised in the state after a bill was passed by lawmakers. The Alabama House passed two bills on Thursday which envisage the expansion of commercial gambling in the state. Bills HB151 and HB152, both sponsored by Rep. Chris Blackshear, must still be

EGBA backs Finland’s ‘milestone’ gambling reforms.

EGBA has given its backing to Finland’s plans to end its online gambling monopoly and establish a licensing system. The group, which represents Europe’s leading gambling businesses, welcomed the legislative project announced by Finland’s interior ministry earlier this week. The Orpo administration said the project is focused on delivering a licensed framework for online gambling

Labour behold Lipsey slams affordability exams.

Labour Party peer and chair of Premier Greyhound Racing, Lord Lipsey, slammed the government’s proposed affordability checks for their potential effects on greyhound racing. Lord Lipsey argued that the checks – as they are currently being contemplated by the Gambling Commission – will work to damage greyhound racing by imposing intrusive checks on high-spend customers

KSA orders to stay and desist.

Dutch gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has ordered operator Blue High House to stop offering gambling services to Dutch consumers. If Blue High House does not comply with the order, KSA will hit the operator with weekly €43,000 fines up to a maximum amount of €129,000. Blue High House does not have a licence to

Peru approves gambling rules.

Peru’s Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur) has approved the country’s sports betting and igaming regulations. The exhaustive document, known formally as Supreme Decree 005-2023-Mincetur outlines the technical and regulatory requirements for gambling operators wishing to offer their services in Peru. The country’s gaming law is set to enter effect 120 days from the

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