Online Casino and Gambling News: May 2023

New Jersey Bill Would Offer Treatment for Underage Gamblers

A bill in the New Jersey Senate was introduced this week will offer treatment to underage gamblers that are caught betting in Atlantic City casinos.

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Norsk Tipping Lowers Loss Limits For Younger Punters

Norwegian gambling monopoly Norsk Tipping announced that they're going to be lowering loss limits on players aged under 20, lowering the amount to NOK2,000 (€169) per month.

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PAGCOR Revokes Sun Valley Clark's Gaming Licence

The Philippines gaming regulator, Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation, has revealed that they've cancelled the licence of operator Sun Valley Clark, alleging that the company's facilities have been tied to illegal activities.

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Austria Issues €492,000 in Fines in Q1

This week it was revealed that Austria's financial police force, the Bundesministerium Finanzen, has issued €492,000 in fines to operations that were conducting illegal gambling in the country during the first quarter of this year.

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KSA Clarifies Gambling Ad Ban Rules

Netherlands gaming regulator Kansspelautoriteit has issued clarification for its upcoming gambling advertising ban, which will become active on July 1st.

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Pascal Gaming Adds Six New Slots to Library

Casino game designer Pascal Gaming has announced that they've launched six new video slots, enhancing its library with an array of different games.

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LeoVegas Revenues

Gaming operator LeoVegas Group has published its first-quarter 2023 financial results, noting that revenues dropped 3.5% to €95 million.

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Ivan Toney's Ban Reduced to 8 Months

The saga regarding Brentford striker Ivan Toney's ban from playing football for betting on the game has been reduced from 11 months to 8 months following the revelation that the player was diagnosed with a gambling addiction.

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Peru Changes Gambling License Regulations

The government of Peru has passed through a series of changes to the regulation of gambling, with the price of licenses going up over 300% to 2.97 million SOL.

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Bill Introduced to Regulate Online Casinos in France

This week a French lawmaker introduced a bill that would regulate online casinos in the country, bringing the activity to the same status as online sportsbooks and poker rooms.

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