Online Casino and Gambling News: November 2020

Germany Ratifies New Gambling Regulations

Last week the Minister-Presidents of Germany have voted to ratify the new regulatory rules for the gambling industry, which will come into effect next year and see regulated online betting offered in the country.

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Loto Quebec First Half Financials Fall 51.4%

Canadian lottery monopoly Loto-Quebec has announced their first half 2020-2021 financial results, noting that revenues fell 51.4% from the period.

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BetConstruct Launches Live Pai Gow Poker

Online gaming software firm BetConstruct has announced the launch of their newest casino game 'Pai Gow Poker', which is a live dealer title that provides a webcast experience.

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EGBA Claims Spanish Betting Standards Are Unlawful

The European Gaming & Betting Association is claiming that Spanish regulations and controls on betting advertisements are illegal under established European Union law, and are calling on the country's gaming regulator to amend the rules to fall into line.

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Sportsbetting Launches in Tennessee

November 1st marked a big day for gamblers in the Volunteer State, with sportsbetting beginning operation, with FanDuel, BetMGM, DraftKings, and Action247 taking wagers in for events.

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Latvia Sees Gambling Numbers Rise in Third Quarter

Latvia's Lotteries and Gambling Supervisory Authority has announced the country's third-quarter 2020 gambling numbers, noting that revenues were up significantly compared to the second quarter of the year.

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Michigan Changes Self-Exclusion Rules

This week the Michigan Gaming Control Board announced a change to the state's self-exclusion rules, altering the lifetime ban for those who enrolled in the program.

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English Casinos Forced to Close Again

All gambling destinations in England will be forced to close as Prime Minister Boris Johnson is locking down the country to help stop the surge in Covid-19 cases that are taking place in the country.

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