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This week poker giant The Stars Group has announced that they've signed an agreement with the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, setting the group up to offer online betting services within the state of Michigan.
Latvia has launched a new self-exclusion program for punters who're concerned about their gambling activities, with the new feature having launched on January 1st, 2019.
This week Danish regulator Spillemyndigheden has released a new responsible gaming guide targeted at businesses offering betting services within the country.
Swedish game developer NetEnt has announced that they've launched their newest game 'Gold Money Frog', which will have three progressive jackpots tied to it.
This week the Belgian Gaming Commission announced that they may restrict the gambling advertisements that air during football matches int he country.
Gaming software supplier Game Account Network (GAN) has posted their full-year 2019 financial results, noting that their gross operator revenues were up 171.3% for the year.
Spain's government is working to implement new restrictions on gambling advertisements, likening the restrictions to those imposed on tobacco products.
The two operational casinos in Connecticut saw their revenues dip during 2019 due largely to increased competition in neighboring Massachusetts.
Reports out of Britain today claim that the UK Gambling Commission is considering implementing a ban on VIP programs in an effort to curb gambling addiction.