Online lottery betting may soon be outlawed in several Australian states, as gambling regulators come under increasing pressure to crack down on the lucrative business model.

Hong Kong-listed Success Universe Group Ltd has disposed all of its shares in Honour Rich, a lottery technology service provider in Mainland China.

The Japanese government is considering allowing the sale of all lottery tickets types over the internet starting fiscal 2018.

Malaysian police have arrested 51 people who are suspected of being involved in unlicensed public lottery betting.

CrownBet is planning to launch a new online lottery in Australia, which is expected to take market share from foreign-owned Lottoland.

Two officials previously in charge of China’s state lottery have been stripped of their positions under suspicion of bribery and corruption, reports Reuters.

Over 100,000 lottery traders from across Maharashtra staged a day-long protest on Monday against the 28 percent GST on online lotteries.

Lotteries and wagering giant Tatts Group posted a 5.7 percent decline in net profit for the financial year ending June 30, 2017, impacted by fewer major jackpots, and poor weather in the racing season.

The Makati Regional Trial Court has issued a writ of preliminary injunction against the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) for allegedly violating Berjaya Philippines Inc’s exclusive right to supply and lease lottery equipment in the Luzon territory.

Lottery service provider AGTech Holdings Ltd, saw a 29.4 percent decline in revenue for the first half of 2017, mainly due to the reduced sales of lottery hardware products.

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