In Australia, the national competition regulator has expressed concerns about Tabcorp Holdings Limited’s proposed $4.44 billion plan to buy rival Tatts Group due to the effect the proposed merger could have on the country’s wagering, racing media and gaming industries. The nation’s largest bookmaker, Melbourne-based Tabcorp Holdings Limited has a reported market capitalization of around $3 billion and operates Australia-facing...
As it works through the process of legalizing specific types of gambling, the government for Vietnam has announced plans to trial some forms of online and land-based sportsbetting while permitting wagering on horse and dog races. According to a report from the Vietnam Economic Times newspaper, the revelations came as part of the second draft of proposed legislation that could...
After the decision by the Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission (PMC) in October 2015 to shut down all historic horse race terminals in the state, Wyoming Downs and Wyoming Horse Racing LLC have worked toward rebuilding their player base, according to a Wyoming Tribune Eagle report. The shutdown last year resulted from an opinion by the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office on Sept....
Beginning in April of this year, betting operators in the United Kingdom will have to provide 10% of race wagering revenues to the racing industry. Last Friday, Tracey Crouch, the Minister for Sports, Tourism and Heritage, confirmed that the new rate would be applied to every betting operator, whether they were retail, online, off or on course, spread betting...

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