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Problem gambling groups in New Zealand are opposing attempts by a local council to change its "sinking lid" policy on pokie clubs in order to be able to approve new venues on a case-by-case basis.

Concerns are being raised about what may be higher rates of gambling addiction found in some local populations who live near Kangwon Land.

To celebrate the Lantern Festival, recently, Galaxy Entertainment and the Macau Youth Volunteer Association co-organized a family responsible gaming activity where over fifty parents and children were invited to Broadway Macau for a celebration.

Kazakhstan President Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev has called for a stricter sense of responsibility from operators of gambling businesses in terms of the prevention of harm to children and gambling addicts. “If necessary, we will revoke their licenses,”...

A draft law has been prepared by the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation that would create a system of self-exclusion from casinos for problem gamblers.

The Jeongseon Gambling Problem Recovery Center, the first gambling addiction rehabilitation institution in South Korea, will soon start operating in Jeongseon, Gangwon-do.

The Problem Gambling Foundation is promoting a new initiative called CommUnity, launching on March 17, designed to connect shoppers, merchants, and community groups in a way that will put money back into local communities, without relying on funds generated...

Lotto New Zealand is forging ahead with launching an online bingo game, despite concerns from problem gambling experts who say it is a high-risk form of gambling.

A total of 77 gambling addicts were added to the Macau Social Welfare Bureau central registration system last year, a 30 percent decrease compared to the 2019 figure.

There has been no major change in those experiencing gambling problems since the Covid-19 pandemic, with a short-term improvement during the closures not persisting once venues reopened, according to a study by the University of Sydney.

New Zealand has launched a mobile app aimed at curbing problem gambling in collaboration with the Deakin University in Australia. 

When it comes to gambling, Australians are the world’s biggest losers. Based on average losses, in 2017 every person lost the equivalent of AU$1,000. 

Manufacturers have become frustrated with Australia’s lengthy product approval processes, and have been pointing to “regulatory bottlenecks” as one of the main reasons for a lack of innovation in the market. 

All eyes are on Japan as the next big gaming market, though the opening of an IR in a country with top-notch technological advancements means that who

Japan’s ruling coalition says it will push for both the implementation bill to govern the casino industry and legislation to address problem gamblin

In spite of the widespread view that the terms of the IR Implementation Bill are shaping up to be more favorable to major urban markets rather than re

Hopes that the IR Implementation Bill will be passed before the June 20 end of the Ordinary Diet Session are quickly fading as the administration of P

From March 30th, most television channels in Australia will be banned from showing gambling ads during live sports events between 5 a.m. and 8.30 p.m.

Gambling is one of mankind’s oldest pursuits.  It has been a pastime and a pleasure for as long as we have records of human civilisation.  Ancient Egypt, Rome and China wrestled with the problem of its destructive fringes, regulating and legislating...

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