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‘Light-touch’ regulation needed to elevate India as a global online gaming hub: Association

A conducive 'light-touch' regulatory environment and robust support mechanisms should be put in place in order to allow India to emerge as a 'global gaming innovation hub', the All India Gaming Federation (AIGF) proposed.

PAGCOR sheds more light on recent raid on illegal online gaming raffle

Philippine gaming regulator PAGCOR has announced further details around the arrest of 10 Chinese nationals and 26 Filipinos in Laguna and Parañaque City, linked to an illegal online raffle.

Supreme Court decision to determine fate of India’s online gaming: lawyers

An Indian Supreme Court decision over gaming taxation will hold significant implications for an industry grappling with regulatory uncertainties and divergent tax rulings across the country, legal analysts consider.

Online gaming participation increased ‘dramatically’ in Victoria – Study

In a comprehensive analysis of gambling trends over a ten year period in the Australian state of Victoria, researchers uncovered that, while overall participation rates on 'traditional' gambling have decreased, online gambling participation has increased 'dramatically'.

Media watchdog urges Curaçao to stop online gaming ads targeting Australians

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (Acma) has urged authorities in Curaçao to cease allowing online casinos to target Australian consumers, as it adds more operators to its blacklist.

Seamless and effective ID verification technology crucial for online gaming industry growth

In an interview with AGB, Frederic Ho, Vice President of Asia Pacific at Jumio, an online identity verification company, highlighted the current challenges faced by ID verification technology and its crucial role in the gaming industry.

Pressure to further regulate online gaming industry to continue growing: Analyst

International pressure to further regulate the online gaming industry will continue to grow, in Asia and beyond, industry veteran Fredric Gushin commented today.

Cagayan Economic Zone never had criminal issues with online gaming licenses – CEO

The CEO of the Cagayan Economic Zone Authority (CEZA), Katrina Ponce Enrile, commented today that the area “never had any” problems or criminal issues connected to online gaming operators.

Daily Asia Gaming eBrief: Anjouan emerging as new online gaming license hub

As changes continue in the grey-market-favored Curacao and regionally, new jurisdictions are popping up to cater to the need for online gaming licenses. One such case is Anjouan, located in the southwestern Indian Ocean. And while facing the same regulatory challenges as other locations, the territory appears to be willing to bring in grey market operators, offering yet another avenue for those wanting to get a license.

Southeast Asia illegal online gaming and scam industries booming since mid-2010s: Monitoring group

Southeast Asia illegal online gaming and scam industries have been growing since at least 2010, but expansion in the Philippines, Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos was rapid from the mid-2010s, Cyber Scam Monitor (CSM), an independent monitoring group, told AGB.