The GamCare, GamBan and GAMSTOP organizations have teamed up to launch #TalkBanStop.
Italy's gambling sector has received another reprieve from the new government. Prime Minister Mario Draghi's office has announced that the gambling establishments will be closed until the next review, which is scheduled for April 6.
The online industry became officially legal in the country back in 2017.
Dutch woman, 23 years old, explains that traditional cards promote gender inequality
New restrictions in the UK could extend until mid-February.
The worldwide known video sharing platform YouTube will give users the ability to decide if they want to view gambling and alcohol ads.
Changes have already been made to the bill and to the national budget. The Argentine government suggests that the increased income from online games will help restore the country's economy.
The number of transactions processed by Easy Payment Gateway has increased by 10% over the past month. This is especially evident in the gambling sector.
All over Europe there are now many legislative reforms taking place with regard to the gambling business. Ireland has also started working on changes.