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Beyond just gender inclusion, we have team members from different races and cultures, different countries, and different walks of life. Whether someone is based in Europe or Maryland, or if someone is a recent grad, a new parent, or an industry veteran, we have a place for everyone here and we’re just getting started with ways to reinforce that.
North Carolina progresses towards online sports betting with the approval of licensure applications on November 29. Three essential licenses—Interactive Sports Wagering Operator, Service Provider, and Supplier—are outlined, each with distinct requirements and fees. The recommended submission date for applicants aiming to participate in the earliest go-live date is December 27. Despite the Commission’s statement that online sports betting may not launch before the 2024 Super Bowl, it is mandated by law to commence no later than June 14, 2024.
Marketing affiliates that engage in business in Maine, regardless of whether they enter into a CPA or revenue-sharing agreement, are required to obtain a Supplier License. Maine will also require sub-affiliates to obtain a Supplier License.
In Part 2 of our licensing blog series, we will provide a comprehensive guide to help individuals gather the required personal financial documents for licensing applications.
In our two-part series, we will explore the essential steps and types of supporting documents needed by Entities and Key Individuals to enhance the licensing application’s chance of success.
Embrace responsible gaming during Safer Gambling Week. Learn about setting limits, recognizing signs of problem gambling, and industry efforts to create a safer gambling environment.
The intricate laws and regulations governing Italy’s gambling landscape have been under scrutiny for quite some time, reflecting a pressing need for reassessment and revision. The EGBA’s article brings to the forefront vital areas of concern such as consumer vulnerability, the effectiveness of regulatory enforcement, and the restrictive advertising rules faced by licensed operators. As we navigate through the EGBA’s insights, we will explore the various aspects of these issues, unveiling the complexities and proposing potential pathways toward a more secure and regulated online gambling environment in Italy.
Many states across the United States have “exchange wagering” as an approved wagering type in their sports wagering statutes, but true exchanges are currently operating in New Jersey. The complexity of exchange wagering has led regulators across the country to be weary of allowing exchanges, but the benefits to the sports wagering industry (and subsequent tax revenue due to the state) that exchanges create far outweigh the risk of allowing the exchanges to operate.
Finland’s dramatic shift, away from a well-established monopoly towards an innovative licensing system, marks a seismic change in the Finnish gambling arena. What sets this transformation apart is the remarkable unity it has forged among government and opposition parties, making it a truly remarkable and unifying moment in Finnish politics.