Online gambling firm 888 has said it will need to be extra cautious to prevent problem gambling as people stay inside under added stress during the coronavirus crisis.
Online gambling business Betway has been hit with a record £11.6 million penalty package for a series of social responsibility and money laundering failings.
The owner of Ladbrokes took a hit to its top line last year after the Government imposed a maximum stake on so-called fixed odds betting terminals.
Premier League chief executive Richard Masters does not believe homegrown player quotas are the answer to improving the fortunes of the England team.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice hopes to put five years of gambling hell behind him after accepting an immediate five-game ban for breaching betting rules.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice has been handed an immediate five-match ban for breaching betting regulations.
The fear of losing his wife Steph helped Peter Shilton beat his gambling addiction.
Peter Shilton has revealed he spent 45 years as a gambling addict.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice has revealed he reported himself to the Scottish Football Association for breaching betting rules after his “horrible disease” of gambling addiction returned.
Gaming companies risk “setting kids up for addiction” by including gambling tasks in their video games, the director of mental health for the NHS said.
The NHS’s mental health chief has called for bookmakers to end tactics that are helping fuel the UK’s gambling addiction crisis.
Stock markets struggled to make headway on Tuesday as gloomy Chinese data sparked renewed global slowdown fears and as traders awaited the imminent US-China trade deal.
The Gambling Commission has announced new measures to better safeguard customers. Here is a look at what the new ban means:
The gambling industry should be given no credit for its part in ending the row over FA Cup matches being exclusively streamed on betting sites, an MP has said.
A row over an FA Cup streaming rights deal which was criticised for encouraging gambling appears to have been resolved.
Problem gambling is “a root issue” behind a significant number of current and former footballers seeking help for mental health issues, according to the Professional Footballers’ Association’s head of welfare.
Politicians have urged the Football Association to reconsider its streaming partnership with bet365, saying it creates “an active incentive to gamble”.
Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan has said she hopes the Football Association will “reconsider” after it allowed a betting company to broadcast FA Cup matches.
The Football Association has been advised to “reconsider” its relationship with bet365 by Nicky Morgan, the secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
Gambling firm 888 has cheered an all-time record high for monthly revenues in December, but said poker remains a “challenging market”.
The UK gambling regulator has said it shares concern about loot boxes in video games but warned that the current law makes it hard to define them as gambling.
Fortnite will now show users the contents of paid loot boxes before they purchase them, following long-running comparisons to gambling.
An Aberdeen MSP is lending his support to a social media initiative that aims to raise awareness about the relationship between football and betting.
Video game loot boxes are acting as a gateway to problem gambling, new research has suggested.
An Aberdeen gambling addict who stole parcels from his job as a delivery driver to pay his debts was caught out – after his bosses followed him.
A senior politician has accused the UK Government of “dragging out” the introduction of a measure to help gambling addicts.
A north-east woman whose partner took his own life due to gambling addiction has welcomed new restrictions on roulette machines.
An MSP has pledged support to lower the maximum bet for Fixed Odds Betting Terminals to £2.
The partner of a man who took his own life after losing money at an Aberdeen casino said he would still be here if “crack cocaine” roulette machines were banned.
Students should get more help from Aberdeen’s universities to prevent them from becoming hooked on gambling, an MSP has said.