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    Illegal Gambling in Taiwan – 13 Individuals Have Been Arrested for Operating an Illicit Online Platform

    Image source: Gregg Tavares from Stanton, California, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons Issues with online illegal gambling in Taiwan is an issue since the early 2010s. However, the authorities do whatever they can to stop these operations since running any of these businesses are strictly restricted in Taiwan. In early December 2020, the police […]

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    Police Acted Against Illegal Gambling in Tokyo

    It's not a surprise that Japanese authorities pay a lot of attention to land-based illegal gambling in Tokyo. Illegal gatherings hold a lot of risk during those difficult days of the global health crisis. The case that we will investigate happened in early December 2020, when the police arrested three individuals, among them Masayuki Miwa. The icing on the cake is that the 39-year-old Masayuki can also be related to Yamaguchi-gumi which is the island's biggest Yakuza organization.

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    GambleAware, the Top Gambling Charity in the UK, Reveled Donations

    In the UK, both gambling and charity is an important aspect of life. So, it's not a surprise that gambling charity is also a thing. While in other countries the gambling authorities making an income from fines, in the United Kingdom donations are also essential for operators to stay in the "trustworthy scene". Let's take a look at who have been the most generous gaming firms in the past year, according to GambleAware's reveals.

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    Bank Australia Banned Gambling Transactions Via Their Credit Card

    After long consideration, Bank Australia banned gambling transactions that going through their system. The firm told their customers that from December of this year credit cards can't be used for any gambling-related cashflow. Let's take a closer look together what are the reasons behind this decision and how to gamble online in Australia from 2021.

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    We Can Welcome Legal Online Gambling in the Netherlands Sooner Than Later

    Today we will take a closer look at what are the expectations regarding online gambling in the Netherlands. The legalization is on the way, however, this liberal country has strict requirements forward operators. One way ore another, as 2021 is coming the process will start. Online gambling firms can start to apply for the Dutch gaming license from January. Anyways, before the final say-so, a three year trial period will decide the fate of online gaming in the Netherlands

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    Tom Watson Joined Paddy Power – An Unexpected New Alliance

    The industry is buzzing around the appearance of a new important figure. Tom Watson Joined Paddy Power, the UK’s biggest gambling company.  Peter Jackson (Flutter's chief executive) expressed his gratefulness in connection with the assignment of Tom. In his opinion, together, they will be able to rebuild a sustainable gambling market.

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    Dark Web Gaming and How Not to Gamble on Deepweb

    Probably a lot of you have been thinking that "There must be an easier way, It must be". And if you are playing online casino games, sometimes protective features make you feel that you are not truly free. So, probably you also thought that Dark Web gaming is the solution. Nope, it's not. Can you gamble on Dark Web? Yeah, sure, you can do anything that can be related to any aberration (no offense). Should you play on Dark Web? Never, ever! Let's inspect what truly means to gamble on Deepweb or Darkweb. 

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    Family Programs in Macau – The New Era of the Gambling Empire

    Huge changes are on the table. In reflection of the continuous revenue drop, the city-lead came up with a fascinating but controversial idea. They plan to reform tourism in the region. If the changes will be real, we can expect family programs in Macau instead of the most luxurious wagering options. Still, before they make the decision they will open a Public Debate on the 2nd of November. Can't wait to see how this will shake out!

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