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Just in time for Halloween, J. Todd is back to discuss the growing stupidity of the U.K. Gambling Commission and and their affordability checks. Andrew Rhodes is the leader of the nut house and out front defending their actions. 27 October 2023
Scary online gambling thoughts
Just in time for Halloween, J. Todd is back to discuss the growing stupidity of the U.K. Gambling Commission and and their affordability checks. Andrew Rhodes is the leader of the nut house and out front defending their actions. follow the discussion
J. Todd has returned from the Global Gaming Expo to find a new mandatory levy staring British operators in the face. Plus, moral objections to online gambling from the Netherlands. 20 October 2023
Broken clocks and mandatory levies
J. Todd has returned from the Global Gaming Expo to find a new mandatory levy staring British operators in the face. Plus, moral objections to online gambling from the Netherlands. follow the discussion
J.Todd is with Gary Trask from Casino City, reporting from the floor of the Global Gaming Expo. Todd talks about news from the forum and the current situation in Las Vegas. Trask speaks to current online gambling talk at the conference. 13 October 2023
Reporting from G2E 2023
J.Todd is with Gary Trask from Casino City, reporting from the floor of the Global Gaming Expo. Todd talks about news from the forum and the current situation in Las Vegas. Trask speaks to current online gambling talk at the conference. follow the discussion
The U.K. Gambling Commission continues its offensive by attacking the Department of Health. This is just the latest in a recent string of attacks that the folks at the Commission have carried out against those they believe oppose its agenda. 6 October 2023
The UKGC spin doctors
The U.K. Gambling Commission continues its offensive by attacking the Department of Health. This is just the latest in a recent string of attacks that the folks at the Commission have carried out against those they believe oppose its agenda. follow the discussion
We've got the latest on the situation in Chile, as the government has now begun blocking gambling websites. Plus, updates on the White paper situation in the U.K., and LeoVegas has decided to stop paying affiliate commissions on some players. 29 September 2023
The UK, Chile and LeoVegas
We've got the latest on the situation in Chile, as the government has now begun blocking gambling websites. Plus, updates on the White paper situation in the U.K., and LeoVegas has decided to stop paying affiliate commissions on some players. follow the discussion
J. Todd and his "partner in crime", Renee from Rewards Affiliates, got together for their traditional interview. They update what's going on with the program and talk about player retention and program integrity. 27 September 2023
APCW Interviews: Rewards Affiliates London 2023
J. Todd and his "partner in crime", Renee from Rewards Affiliates, got together for their traditional interview. They update what's going on with the program and talk about player retention and program integrity. follow the discussion
The U.K. Gambling Commission is now referring to affordability checks as "enhanced financial risk assessments," but folks at the Betting and Gaming Council and the Racing Post are having none of it. Now, the Commission is saying that even affordability checks may not be enough. 22 September 2023
War, vandalism, and affordability checks
The U.K. Gambling Commission is now referring to affordability checks as "enhanced financial risk assessments," but folks at the Betting and Gaming Council and the Racing Post are having none of it. Now, the Commission is saying that even affordability checks may not be enough. follow the discussion
The U.K. Gambling Commission continues to push affordability checks, and no one seems to think they're a good idea. This begs the question of the Commission's authority to institute rules which seem to fly in the face of basic personal privacy. We also wonder why the Australian government seems so enamored with the British government. 15 September 2023
Challenging UKGC authority
The U.K. Gambling Commission continues to push affordability checks, and no one seems to think they're a good idea. This begs the question of the Commission's authority to institute rules which seem to fly in the face of basic personal privacy. We also wonder why the Australian government seems so enamored with the British government. follow the discussion
News this week finds the Betting and Gaming Counsel trying to do what the U.K. Gambling Commission has been unable to accomplish over the past several years. Plus, new rules out of Canada and an update from Chile. 8 September 2023
Ham-fisted ignorance
News this week finds the Betting and Gaming Counsel trying to do what the U.K. Gambling Commission has been unable to accomplish over the past several years. Plus, new rules out of Canada and an update from Chile. follow the discussion
Could an affiliate really go to prison just for promoting an online operator? At least one jurisdiction seems to think so. Plus, there's new legislation in Malta that could change the way operators and casinos do business in Europe. 1 September 2023
Affiliates and prison?
Could an affiliate really go to prison just for promoting an online operator? At least one jurisdiction seems to think so. Plus, there's new legislation in Malta that could change the way operators and casinos do business in Europe. follow the discussion
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