APCW perspectives

Conditions, Codes and Karma: APCW Perspectives for 2 February, 2018

This week’s topics include more fallout from the UK Gambling Commission Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice. Also, possible changes to the LCCP that could alter the industry even more..

Gamblin’ in the Rain: APCW Perspectives

Discussion includes a looming decision on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals and increased interest in the possible American sports betting market. More on: http://APCW.org

Rollin’ with the Changes: APCW Perspectives for 19 January, 2018

The changes keep on coming for the UK market, with news this week from the Gambling Commission and Advertising Standards Authority. We also cover stories out of the US and..

Relentless Changes in the UK and EU: APCW Perspectives for 12 January, 2018

This week’s news turns to the ‘relentless’ changes for our industry coming from the UK Gambling Commission and the European Union. More on: http://APCW.org

Online Gambling Deal from Hell: APCW Perspectives for 5 January, 2018

We return for 2018 with news of an online gambling deal so bad that Satan himself would be proud to pull off! Also, news from StarGames, SuperGaminator and Novomatic. More..

All We Want for Christmas: APCW Perspectives for 15 December, 2017

Our last show for the year sends us into the Christmas holiday with stories from iAffiliates, GVC Holdings, Ladbrokes-Coral and David Baazov! More on: http://APCW.org

Shifting Sands and Changing Tides: APCW Perspectives for 8 December, 2017

We’re talking about more online gambling changes in the United Kingdom, as well as the dramatic about-face on sports betting that could be coming to America. More on: http://www.apcw.org/

The Net Neutrality Threat to Online Gaming: APCW Perspectives for 1 December, 2017

The Federal Trade Commission (FCC) in America is poised to kill Net Neutrality within two weeks. What would that decision mean for online gambling and the Internet in general? Also,..

Industry Issues in Germany & Belgium

This week’s news comes from Europe and the United Kingdom, where things are getting a bit chippy for online gambling. We also have an update on the legal action against..

The ‘NeverEnding’ FOBT Story

As the United Kingdom tries to figure out what to do with Fixed Odds Betting Terminals, no one seems to be sure if changes will have any effect at all…