Online casinos have gained huge popularity over the years with more and more people using mobile devices to play their favourite casinos game with more and more new online platforms popping up almost on a weekly basis.
The Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) have voiced their concerns on the dangers of illegal, online black markets after 27 million UK players visited unregulated sites in a year.
Pragmatic Play a leading online casino content supplier based in Malta has donated €30,000 to three non-governmental Maltese charities.
SkillOnNet, one of the most successful casino software providers and turnkey gaming operators has been warned by the Swedish regulator Spelinspektionen to be more vigilant with KYC (Know your customer) information in preventing non-Swedish players from accessing PlayOjO.
Three of the biggest gambling charities have come together in a bid to stop online gambling harm and provide three free tools for people to use.
iSoftBet the leading software developer of online and mobile casino games have struck a deal with Hero Gaming to integrate its full portfolio of award-winning games.
Since 2005 when the Gambling Act was last reviewed there have been huge changes in gambling behaviours, the most significant being the use of mobile phones to make bets or gamble online.
The age limit for players participating in playing the National Lottery will rise from 16 years to 18 after a Government review on the UK Gambling Act.
With Christmas just around the corner, many software providers are wheeling out their own festive slot titles. NetEnt have given some of their most popular titles a festive makeover including Aloha! Cluster Pays, one of NetEnt’s greatest hits.
Camelot, operator of the UK National Lottery has reported its end of year sales are down just 1.7% to £3.85 billion after taking an 18% hit at the beginning of the pandemic.