Gambling in Brazil is on the brink of new regulation so what do betting companies need to do to take advantage of this opportunity?
The Government’s review of the UK’s gambling legal framework is reportedly opening imminently and will come in the wake of a series of recommendations to increase regulatory scrutiny of the sports betting industry. In this article, Benja Arnott, a solicitor in Linklaters LLP’s Dispute Resolution Practice, takes a look at the latest legal developments and considers the effect on sport’s stakeholders of potential mitigating measures, such as a ban on gambling advertising.
The beautiful game fell in love with a hideous beast. Udo Seckelman looks at the relationship between the football industry and betting companies and wonders what it will take for everything to end up happy ever after.
The Indian gambling market is huge, yet largely illegal. Snehal Walia looks at the paradox that is sports betting in India.
Last week several players, ex-players and senior club figures from Spain's top three divisions were arrested and questioned by the police. Their alleged crime? Match Fixing. The police claimed to have spotted a familiar pattern of money moving between certain individuals and an increase in betting of roughly 14 times the normal in a Segunda Division … Continue reading Tackling Match Fixing