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China’s plans to allow the development of horse racing and to expand sports betting on the southern island of Hainan will not include casinos and th

Gaming legislation in Japan has become more likely due to a change in the political landscape, warranting casino operators to “step up” their effo

Lawmakers in the Indian state of Maharashtra are considering moves to legalize casino gambling, while the Supreme Court has handed the decision on whether to allow sports betting over to politicians. Both moves are being followed closely by the industry,...

Online betting on live sports will be banned until the next federal election, local media reports. The in-play betting ban means that bookmakers offer

The Australian Federal Government is likely to be disinclined to the opening up of in-play gambling in the country, local media reports, reveals Th

Liberalizing online gambling laws, including allowing in-play betting will cost the Australian government votes at the next federal election, accordin

Northern Marianas officials hosted a delegation from Palau, keen to learn more about the liberalization of the gaming industry in a bid to fund the go

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