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Swedish regulator clears four operators of underage betting allegations

Spelinspektionen, the Swedish gambling regulator, has cleared four operators from any wrongdoings following an investigation into the availability of bets on matches involving players under the age of 18. ATG, Betsson, Hillside Sports, the operating subsidiary of bet365, and Kindred Group-owned Spooniker all had cases cleared by Spelinspektionen after it …

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Google continues to relax gambling advertising stance

Google has updated its gambling and games policy, authorizing advertising for sports betting services in Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Montana, Iowa and Indiana. Search-giant also looks set to soften stance on casino advertising. These five states join New Jersey, Nevada and West Virginia who all permit sports betting via Google’s “limited …

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New era begins for UK Tote

UK Tote Group, the consortium of racecourse owners formerly known as Alizeti Capital, has completed its acquisition of Tote, horseracing pool betting operation. The group announced that it had finalised its acquisition from Betfred boss Fred Done, who acquired the formerly state-owned Tote through an auction back in 2011 for …

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Ukraine’s president supports gambling makeover

Addressing national media, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky has underlined confidence in delivering comprehensive regulatory frameworks, which will “remove gambling’s history from the streets”. In late September, Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers has approved the government’s new Action Program, which includes a draft law that would legalise gambling in the country. Zelensky …

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