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Football Bribery: Jail for Ex-players and middlemen

A former professional football player, Delroy Facey, has been convicted and imprisoned for offences under the UK Bribery Act. If you love sport it’s a sad story. Facey was a decent striker who, at one time, was...more

The “Fight Of The Century” In Its 13th Round

It’s not uncommon to see sports fans get emotional at a game, match, race, or fight. They feel invested in their team, invested in their athlete. For the sports bettors out there, that investment may be literal, but for most...more

€ 200m VLTs gaming contribution paid by who?

The end of April was the deadline for the payment of the € 200M contribution by gaming machine licensees in Italy, but it is unclear who borne such cost between the supply chain and the licensees....more

Italy: Casino and Sportsbetting push for the growth

The data just published on the Italian online gaming market shows positive figures for casino and sportsbetting while poker has been declining with a slight recovery at the end of the year....more

Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence - April 2015 (Global)

FILM AND TV - Australia: ACMA's broad powers to hold media accountable confirmed by High Court - The High Court has confirmed that the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has the power to declare that a...more

UK: DCMS publishes its findings on the interplay between “lotteries” and “betting”

The Department of Culture, Media and Sport, the Government department responsible for the oversight of the gambling industry has published a report following a recent Committee hearing. This follows the Call for Information...more

March Madness: Could Friendly Wagers Among Employees Put Your Organization At Risk?

The American Gaming Association estimates that Americans will wager $9 billion on the NCAA tournament, more than double the estimated $3.9 billion bet on the Super Bowl, bringing March Madness to a whole new level....more

“Surviving” the Madness: Are Paid-Entry Survivor Contests Legal?

The field is set, the brackets are in, and the players are ready. Welcome to March Madness, also known as America’s Least Productive Month. And much to the NCAA’s chagrin, it’s also peak gambling season—the American Gaming...more

March Madness & Employee Morale: A Winning Combination

Selection Sunday has passed, the brackets are set and employers across the US find themselves once again on the eve of March Madness. Businesses are faced with the issue of whether to embrace the “madness” or to strictly...more

March Madness for Employers

The 2015 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, affectionately referred to as “March Madness,” begins today. The NCAA Tournament garners millions of viewers and advertising dollars. ...more

March Madness Doesn't Have to Drive Your Workplace Crazy

March Madness is upon us, again, and employers should be taking steps to avoid becoming a casualty of all the hoopla....more

Gaming Legal News: Volume 8, Number 3: Nevada Regulators Green-Light Wagering On Olympic And Virtual Events

In a move designed to provide Nevada race books and sports pools with a greater variety of offerings, the Nevada Gaming Commission, on February 26, 2015, adopted amendments to its regulations to allow wagering on Olympic...more

Ireland: new legislation heralds the regulation of remote betting

The Betting (Amendment) Bill 2013 cleared its final hurdle in the Irish Parliament yesterday (5 March). It is now referred to the President for signature, which is likely to happen before the end of March....more

Top 5 upcoming gaming law changes in Italy

A new gaming tax regime, less AWPs, but easier homologation for AWPs (to be replaced) and VLTs, full liberalization of sports betting, CTDs and new advertising regulations are among the provisions prescribed by the draft law...more

UK: DCMS continues its consultation on potential Levy replacement

The Department of Culture, Media and Sports has published consultation documents, through which it “seeks views on a bespoke statutory framework that could replace the Horserace Betting Levy”....more

Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence - February 2015 (Global)

Australia: Courts not siding with cricket “pitchside” gambler - A British man banned from attending Cricket Australia matches for pitchsiding has indicated his intention to challenge the legality of the ban. ...more

AUSTRALIA: Courts not siding with ‘Pitchsider’

A British man banned from attending Cricket Australia (CA) matches for allegedly ‘pitchsiding’ at three ‘Big Bash League’ matches held in late December 2014 has indicated that he intends to challenge the legality of the ban....more

FinCEN Addresses Illegal Sports Betting

FinCEN issued an alert indicating that certain organizations and individuals have been circumventing various laws related to sports betting, including by permitting "third-party betting" and reminding the industry about the...more

Super Bowl or Bust: Can Employees Gamble on the Big Game?

It is estimated that the 100 million dollars in wagers that Nevada sports books accepted for the 2014 Super Bowl accounted for just 1% of all Super Bowl betting last year; and the total amount of money wagered on the upcoming...more

The future of sportsbetting after Stanleybet decision

The decision of the European Court of Justice in the Stanleybet case might affect the future of the Italian sportsbetting market during a period when CTDs are still on time to “cure” their status....more

What is the status of the Italian online gaming market?

Online sports betting and casino games are leading to a positive trend in the Italian online gaming market, but the best results are expected by the end of the first quarter 2015. I have attended a very interesting...more

Not-So-Instant Replay: Restraining Order Granted Against New Jersey’s Updated Sports Betting Law

A little over a year ago, the Third Circuit upheld the New Jersey District Court’s permanent injunction against Governor Christie and others prohibiting New Jersey’s 2012 Sports Wagering Law as a violation of the federal...more

UK: Government opens further consultation on Horserace Betting Levy

The Government has commenced a second consultation on the Horserace Betting Levy. The Government is seeking views on two options: reforming the existing Levy or replacing it with a bespoke new statutory framework....more

Gov. Christie Vetoes Latest Sports Betting Bill

On Friday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie vetoed a bill that marked the latest effort to bring legal sports betting to the state’s casinos and racetracks marking another temporary setback, though the efforts may not be...more

Another FIFA Compliance Failure – Referees at the World Cup

Although the organization puts on arguably the greatest sporting event for professional athletes on the planet, the term ‘professionalism’ is probably not one you can associate with the Fédération Internationale de Football...more

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