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Belgium – Belgian lottery makes changes to its guidelines

The Belgian state lottery has announced temporary changes to its guidelines to protect players and sales outlets from the spread of the corona virus. In Belgium, lottery sales have dipped by 30 per cent. According to the new regulations, winners are now valid for 30 instead of 20 weeks. This is to enable winners to collect their winnings at ...

US – Washington DC forced to delay launch of betting app

Politicians in Washington DC has delayed the launch of a mobile sports betting app until US sports are being played again. The Office of Lottery and Gaming was due to launch a platform called GambetDC from Intralot on March 31. Nicole ...

Germany – German Sports Betting Association annoyed by delay to sports betting permits

The Darmstadt Administrative Court has suspended the nationwide sports betting permit procedure until further notice as of April 1, 2020. A betting provider from Austria, who is not a DSWV member, had successfully asserted that the procedure was ...

Malta – MGA issues notice on COVID-19 and sports integrity

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disruptive impact on sports worldwide, and by correlation, the betting sector is ...

US – Florida billionaire moves to block Miami casino development

Miami residents, neighbourhood and homeowners' associations, and businesses—including some founded by Florida ...

US – AGA ‘deeply concerned’ over small business Paycheck Protection Program

American Gaming Association President and CEO Bill Miller he is 'deeply concerned' about the interim regulatory ...

UK – Gambling Commission suspends two online licences

The UK Gambling Commission has suspended the licences of two online operators with immediate effect and commenced ...

US – Nevada sportsbooks get OK to take wagers on eNASCAR

On April 3, 2020,the Nevada Gaming Control Board granted approval to offer wagers on the 2020 eNASCAR iRacing Pro ...

Spain – Spain restricts online advertising during lockdown

The Spanish Minister of Consumer Affairs, Alberto Garzón, has stated that the government has detected an increase ...