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21 May 2018 US sports betting decision and fallout
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down PASPA as an unconstitutional violation of states' rights . . . that's the good news! However, as J. Todd discusses in this week's episode, what this really means for sports betting in America and beyond remains a point of debate. follow the discussion
15 May 2018 Perpetual parade of pee-pee smacks
The fines have been flowing from the U.K. Gambling Commission to online operators, and there are more to come. However, the UKGC isn't the only agency passing out the smacks. follow the discussion
7 May 2018 FOBT catastrophe and UKGC fines
J. Todd has online gambling news from the U.K. this week, as bookmakers are now worried that cutting the stakes on betting machines could have "catastrophic" consequences. Also, the UK Gambling Commission passes out another fine. follow the discussion
30 April 2018 Speaking of gambling news . . .
An interesting show this week, as one story seems to flow directly into the next. News from the U.K., Canada, the U.S., Australia and China make it a well-rounded episode. follow the discussion
24 April 2018 A brave new (regulated) world
This week's video covers stories from the U.K and the U.S., as the two countries grow closer when it comes to online gambling. Plus, online poker liquidity gets a boost in the states. follow the discussion
16 April 2018 The Alphabet Soup of gambling news
This week, we're looking at another gambling ban and increased debate over the Fixed Odds Betting Terminals in the U.K. Also, 888 may not leave the German market quietly. follow the discussion
9 April 2018 Obtuse obstruction and ridiculous regulators
The torch-carrying mobs from Sheldon Adelson's Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling are back, this time shooting themselves in the foot with ignorance. Also, the U.K. Advertising Standards Authority is not happy with a "recklessness" commercial from PokerStars that "exploits inexperienced players." follow the discussion
2 April 2018 Rules, bans and sarcasm
J. Todd brings the sarcasm as he takes a look at the online gambling news making headlines this week. Stories of note come from the U.K. and Australia. There's also the approval of an industry merger. Plus, the APCW welcomes a new member. follow the discussion
26 March 2018 Changing terms and diverging paths
Another affiliate program has decided to alter their terms and conditions, introducing predatory changes. Plus, it seems that online gambling may be on different paths in the U.K. and U.S. follow the discussion
19 March 2018 Shared liquidity and cryptocurrencies
J. Todd covers a major victory for shared liquidity in the EU this week. Plus, industry news on cryptocurrency and stories about GVC, IGT and Australia. follow the discussion
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