Gambling Commission recomends a £30 stake or less on FOBT is still dangerously high is the response from bacta

The news from the Gambling Commission recommending a £30 stake or less on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBTs) is surprising, and quite frankly, very disappointing. Whilst a stake reduction is a step in the right direction, merely reducing this to £30 is still dangerously high.

Novalpina Capital announces its intention to make a voluntary cash offer to acquire 100 per cent of the shares of Olympic Entertainment Group AS

The two largest shareholders of OEG, jointly representing 64 per cent of the shares, have agreed with Odyssey Europe AS to tender their shares in the VTO

New York, New Jersey, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Mississippi are optimistic on decision by the Supreme Court on the sports betting case

If the casino industry gets its way, this could be the last March Madness where Americans have to go to Nevada to bet legally on the college basketball championship