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The Japan Racing Association (JRA) began implementing third-party gambling addiction exclusions at the end of December, heralding a new direction in Japanese policy expected to apply not only to current forms of gambling, but also to the IRs likely to open in the mid-2020s.

GVC is in detailed talks for a GBP3.9 billion ($5.23 billion) acquisition of Ladbrokes Coral, the two companies said in an announcement to the London Stock Exchange.

News Corp Australia has confirmed the appointment of Ben Bloomfield as the new CEO of digital racing publisher punters.com.au.

New Zealand’s racing industry is facing a major overhaul designed to bring in more international interest and boost revenue, though some critics say it increases political involvement in a traditionally neutral industry.

New Zealand’s racing industry is facing a major overhaul designed to bring in more international interest and boost revenue, though some critics say it increases political involvement in a traditionally neutral industry. The recent national elections returned strident nationalist leader Winston Peters as Minister of Racing and Deputy Prime Minister in a coalition government. Peters leads the New Zealand First Party (NZF), which holds the balance of power in the New Zealand parliament following an inconclusive election in September. The new policy reflects that of NZF.



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The Hainan government has put a temporary block on private investors registering companies in the online gambling business.

The North Korean government has lifted its ban on horse race betting, with experts pinning the latest move as the country’s way to make it through tough global sanctions.

Korea’s horse racing industry, considered the sleeping giant of Asia, has not been immune from the turmoil sweeping through the country’s political and business classes, with modernization plans in the balance after the Korean Racing Authority chairman was removed from office.

 

Korea’s horse racing industry, considered the sleeping giant of Asia, has not been immune from the turmoil sweeping through the country’s political and business classes, with modernization plans in the balance after the Korean Racing Authority chairman was removed from office. It’s just the latest setback for the sport, which has been beset by political obstacles.



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Macau (Yat Yuen) Canidrome says it has not yet received notice from the government requesting the initiation of exit procedures and guidelines for coordination.

Former Crown Resorts chief executive Rowen Craigie has been appointed to the Racing Victoria board, overseeing the state’s racing industry.

The Japanese government is looking at ways to curb problem gambling by limiting online race betting, removing ATMs from some racing venues, and reducing the jackpot rewards for pachinko, local media reports.

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