Tag Archives: New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement

Caesars takeover of William Hill set to go ahead after antitrust period cleared

The antitrust period for Caesars Entertainment’s takeover of bookmaker William Hill has been cleared, it was revealed this week. In a statement, the Nevada-based casino operator commented: “Caesars continues to progress through obtaining all necessary regulatory approvals required to close the transaction and is still aiming to complete the proposed combination in March 2021.” The antitrust waiting period is a …

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Post-PASPA Kambi navigates the changing regulatory landscape


Last year, Kambi, together with its partner DraftKings, secured the first transactional waiver which enabled the operator to accept the “first legal online bet in a post-PASPA world”. Fast-forward six months, and Kambi Chief Legal Officer Chris Fox has shared his thoughts (see video above) on an “exciting time” in which the company has strengthened its processes and technology to …

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ICE 2015 – Bill Pascrell III – US iGaming Progress 2015

With US iGaming performance figures underwhelming the industry in 2014, SBC and ICE caught up with Bill Pascrell III to discuss the current state of US federal legislation and policy concerning the igaming and whether there can be any market and federal progress for the industry in 2015 A partner with the Princeton Public Affairs Group Inc, Pascrell III has …

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