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World Online Gambling Law Report

Current Issue (July 2014)

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About World Online Gambling Law Report

The monthly law journal exploring legal issues affecting operators in online gambling and gaming including licensing, offshore operators, mobile gaming, gambling payments, fixture lists and database rights, online poker, social gaming and gambling, online liquidity, advertising, sports betting, match fixing, Bitcoin gambling, gambling fraud and security, as well as in-depth discussion of legislation such as the UK Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Bill, the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive and the US Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 (UIGEA)... / read more

Welcome to the World Online Gambling Law Report

Our legal journal has been providing essential analysis and commentary on the legal and regulatory issues affecting the online gambling sector since 2002.

The July edition of the journal is online now - have a look at what's inside via the left-hand column.

With the UK’s new remote gambling regime now set to come into effect in October, we cover a number of topics relating to the new regime in this issue – our lead story addresses the ambiguity around non-remote advertising by unlicensed operators who block UK customers, while Jason Chess of Wiggin LLP discusses the GBGA’s potential legal challenge of the regime. Meanwhile, Tom Grant of Harris Hagan provides analysis of the Gambling Commission’s recently issued guidance on gambling software.

Over in the US, the states of California and Pennsylvania are two of the many currently looking at the question of how to best regulate - or not – i-gaming. Susan Hensel, Diirector of Licensing at the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, discusses the Board’s efforts to prepare for i-gaming if it happens, while Heidi McNeil Staudenmaier of Snell & Wilmer LLP looks at how California’s tribes are influencing the progress of i-poker legislation in that state

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