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GBGA makes move for Point of Consumption Judicial Review

The Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association (GBGA) has followed through with its threats and written to the UK Government  and Gambling Commission placing them on notice of a claim for judicial review, giving them 14 days in which to respond. The GBGA, which represents Gibraltar-based online gambling operators, has instructed the law firm Olswang to write to the Secretary of …

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Stan James confirms job losses in betting trading team

Stan James senior management have made public that the operator plans to downsize its sports betting trading team. Senior management confirmed that up to 10% of its current sports betting team faced redundancy as the company is set to undertake new savings measures, which it hopes will make it more competitive in the online sports betting industry. Stan James further …

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Gibraltar fire disrupts betting services

Igaming operators saw their online services disrupted on Easter Sunday after an explosion hit the main Gibraltar power station. The explosion was caused due to a waterport power station catching fire due to mechanical failure. Gibraltar based fire services spent hours trying to control the fire from spreading further. The impact of the explosion left many companies and Gibraltar residents …

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RightCasino.com’s infographic on the Growth of Online Casinos

A new infographic from affiliate website RightCasino.com reveals how, in 20 years, online gambling evolved into a $35bn (£20.8bn) annual market. The infographic charts the history of online betting from humble origins to its current level of sophistication, where social gambling, mobile accessibility and multi-million pound jackpots have become the industry standard.

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William Hill To Stick With Gibraltar

Gaming operator William Hill has confirmed that it wants to keep its operational base for its digital betting service in Gibraltar, despite the impending UK Gaming tax clampdown which is set to cost the operator millions of pounds. William Hill, the UK’s biggest gaming brand, set up operational offices in Gibraltar, allowing it to market and acquire British gamblers, whilst …

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