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Is ARJEL doing a good job of regulating one of Europe’s largest potential markets, and could online casino regulation be on the agenda?
Back in October 2017, MediaWrites published the article 'Loot Boxes: What's all the fuss about?', following a period of intense scrutiny of the use of loot boxes in many popular games.
On 26 July 2018 the UK Supreme Court unanimously dismissed an appeal against our client, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro SPA (BNL), upholding the judgment of the Court of Appeal that, on these facts, there is no duty of care ...
On 1 January 2017, a new law on Gambling (the "Gambling Act")  will come into force, opening up the Czech gambling market. The opening itself is generally considered as good news, especially by foreign gambling ...
A growth in the gambling industry has resulted in a proliferation of advertisements for sports betting products. In two posts on this subject, we’ll look at some of the key issues for sports betting advertisers to ...
We take a look at gambling advertising and key issues for gambling operators and advertisers
The Dutch Senate voted yesterday to adopt the Remote (online) Gambling Bill. The Remote Gambling Bill will amend the Dutch Betting and Gambling Act (Wet op de kansspelen), legalising online gambling in the Netherlands ...
The Gambling Commission has amended its customer funds rating system to help clarify the level of protection offered by gambling operators and reduce the likelihood of consumer confusion. Myles Kotak looks at the impact ...
The Select Committee of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media, & Sport (“DCMS”) today published its long-awaited Immersive and addictive digital technologies report (available here).
On 29 January 2019, the Slovak parliament adopted a new Gambling Act. Among other new provisions, one of the most significant announcements is that the state monopoly on online casino games has been abolished.