Tag Archives: norway

Singapore moves to ban offshore gambling

SBC News Singapore moves to ban offshore gambling

Singapore government officials are examining the introduction of a state Bill to target unregulated remote gambling operators. The Remote Gambling Bill tabled this Monday, introduces governmental/legal definitions on what constitutes remote gambling targeting Singaporean citizens. The Remote Gambling Bill which was composed by several Singaporean government and business ministries aims to shed insight into policing measures and punishing illegal gambling …

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Ihre Consulting has Guts

SBC News Ihre Consulting has Guts

Guts Affiliates, the official affiliate program for guts.com, has instructed Ihre Consulting to assist it with affiliate recruitment and assist them in growing to the next level. Guts.com targets casino players and sports bettors from many countries, but specifically Norway, Sweden, Finland, Canada, Australia, Germany and UK. They have multiple currencies, languages and 24/7 customer support in Norwegian, Swedish, English …

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Sweden to set tougher monitoring of gambling advertising

SBC News Sweden to set tougher monitoring of gambling advertising

The Swedish Government has requested Sweden’s Council for Gaming Ethics (SPER) for an independent review of current advertising and marketing practices with regards to sports betting and gambling products. Various government ministers are concerned with the increasing coverage and visibility of gambling products in the region. SPER have been asked to monitor TV, Radio, digital and sports sponsorship practices that …

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Marc Pedersen: Playing the waiting game

SBC News Marc Pedersen: Playing the waiting game

Having attended last week’s I-gaming Forum in Stockholm, SBC’s Affiliate Correspondent Marc Pedersen explains why the industry is waiting for two Scandinavian governments to get their acts together. The I-gaming Forum in Stockholm’s Grand Hotel provided a frustrating update on the development of two of the main Scandinavian markets insomuch as there has been no movement at all. It had …

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