The Bangalore Turf Club has finally received a license to conduct summer races after it was held back due to a CID probe.

Animal rights group Anima Macau has written a letter to Canidrome boss Angela Leong for the release of all greyhounds before the track shuts down next year.

The Macau Jockey Club says it intends to pursue the government for a concession renewal of more than just two years.

NYX Gaming Group, a service provider to sportsbook, gaming, lottery and bingo operators across the globe, has integrated Cash Out with PMU (Pari Mutuel Urbain), allowing the operator to become the first to offer the popular service in France.

G2E Asia kicks off in Macau on Tuesday, with organizers predicting a record-breaking turnout for the three-day event.

OpenBet and Paddy Power Betfair have been selected to deliver technology solutions and supporting data for the New Zealand Racing Board’s fixed-odd betting business.

 

The horse-racing circuit in India is on its summer break, but off track the industry is lobbying hard to mitigate the effects of a proposed Goods and Services Tax, which officials say may be the death knell for some of the country’s clubs.

 

The horse-racing circuit in India is on its summer break, but off track the industry is lobbying hard to mitigate the effects of a proposed Goods and Services Tax, which officials say may be the death knell for some of the country’s clubs. A council charged with assessing GST limits will meet in Srinagar next week and its decision is likely to be crucial for the industry.



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Horse racing authorities are intent on closing the net on exchange CITIbet, but leading officials in the sport admit “there is no silver bullet” and say they will need government and law enforcement assistance.

State-run gaming regulator PAGCOR has announced a new category of offshore license for “Sports Betting on Regulated Wagering Events.”

Horse racing authorities are intent on closing the net on exchange CITIbet, but leading officials in the sport admit “there is no silver bullet” and say they will need government and law enforcement assistance. The Asian Racing Federation has recently formed a joint task force to tackle illegal betting, which they put at RMB500 billion ($72.5 billion) in China's Guandong province alone.

Horse racing authorities are intent on closing the net on exchange CITIbet, but leading officials in the sport admit “there is no silver bullet” and say they will need government and law enforcement assistance.



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