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J. Todd looks at a study for online gambling warning labels, as well as the new "corporate strategy" for the U.K. Gambling Commission 9 April 2021
Studies, warnings and a thesaurus
J. Todd looks at a study for online gambling warning labels, as well as the new "corporate strategy" for the U.K. Gambling Commission follow the discussion
This week we're looking at the Orwellian new system from Entain which promises to identify players with potential gambling problems. Plus, fresh data and surveys from the U.K. Gambling Commission and GambleAware. 2 April 2021
Data, surveys and big brother
This week we're looking at the Orwellian new system from Entain which promises to identify players with potential gambling problems. Plus, fresh data and surveys from the U.K. Gambling Commission and GambleAware. follow the discussion
It looks as if the fight for online gambling in the U.S. may be coming to an end, as the folks at the Justice Department lost their latest appeal. 26 March 2021
What we know and don't know
It looks as if the fight for online gambling in the U.S. may be coming to an end, as the folks at the Justice Department lost their latest appeal. follow the discussion
It's been a year of big changes, from pandemic lock downs to the review of the U.K. Gambling Act. Now, another big change has come to the British Gambling Commission. 19 March 2021
Changes at the top of the UKGC
It's been a year of big changes, from pandemic lock downs to the review of the U.K. Gambling Act. Now, another big change has come to the British Gambling Commission. follow the discussion
J. Todd covers online gambling surveys from both the UKGC and the Betting and Gaming Council. Also, a legal challenge was filed by the British Amusement Catering Trade Association over the delayed openings of U.K. casinos. 12 March 2021
Polls, surveys and shafts
J. Todd covers online gambling surveys from both the UKGC and the Betting and Gaming Council. Also, a legal challenge was filed by the British Amusement Catering Trade Association over the delayed openings of U.K. casinos. follow the discussion
Online gambling news from the U.K. finds John Whittingdale, the Minister at the DCMS, now overseeing the Gambling Act review. We examine why this could be a good thing for our industry. 5 March 2021
A new hope
Online gambling news from the U.K. finds John Whittingdale, the Minister at the DCMS, now overseeing the Gambling Act review. We examine why this could be a good thing for our industry. follow the discussion
Our industry has been under fire in the U.K. for quite a while. And now, it looks as if the Irish want to pile on as well. 26 February 2021
Shooting sparrows with cannons
Our industry has been under fire in the U.K. for quite a while. And now, it looks as if the Irish want to pile on as well. follow the discussion
The political rhetoric is getting pretty deep, as each side of the gambling argument attempts to put their best arguments forward. 19 February 2021
Astroturf and horse crap
The political rhetoric is getting pretty deep, as each side of the gambling argument attempts to put their best arguments forward. follow the discussion
Another week of gambling news, and another week of the UK Gambling Commission heading in the wrong direction. 12 February 2021
And the band plays on
Another week of gambling news, and another week of the UK Gambling Commission heading in the wrong direction. follow the discussion
There's no need to wait for changes to come to our industry in the U.K., because the U.K. Gambling Commission is busy looking for ways to justify their existence. 5 February 2021
Falling revenues meet increasing fees
There's no need to wait for changes to come to our industry in the U.K., because the U.K. Gambling Commission is busy looking for ways to justify their existence. follow the discussion
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