While debate rages on in the UK about whether or not fixed odds betting terminals (FOBT) are creating problem gamblers, lobbying rumors are surfacing.
A proposed law in the Netherlands could limit online gambling to just sites with a physical presence within the country, such as servers.
A new Swiss law aims to legalize and regulate online gambling, but a contigent of opponents could strike it down via voter referendum.
Swedish online poker site Unibet hopes its new Sunday MTT schedule and high-profile darts sponosrship will draw new players to the site.
Changing Spanish online gambling regulations means Spain’s online poker players couldsoon be playing alongside players form other European countries.
PokerStars was one of the last poker sites to exit the Australian market, but there is a chance it will come back down under soon.
Thanks to a massive surge in online sports betting, the Italian online gambling market nearly doubled in size this year. It is second-largest in Europe now.
With 80 percent of sports bets coming in on McGregor, UK sports books were thrilled with a Mayweather victory that spared them £250 million in payouts.
Shortly after competitor FanDuel announced it was leaving the UK, daily fantasy sports site DraftKings revealed it is trying to expand into Ireland.
Slovakia added even more online gambling sites to its national blacklist. There are now 16 sites who cannot operate in the country.