Video gambling license fees temporarily halved under COVID-19 relief bundle approved by Cook County Board – Chicago Tribune

Video gambling license and terminal fees located in unincorporated areas of the county temporarily would be cut in half as part of a coronavirus relief package for businesses the Cook County Board approved Thursday. For the rest of the year, applications for video gambling licenses will cost $250 instead of $500, while the per terminal…

Gambling Operators’ Lobbyist Says Australians Should Not Be Stopped Using Credit Cards for Online Gambling – Casino Guardian

A representative of some of the largest companies in the Australian online gambling sector shared that local punters should not be prevented from going into debt to bet. The remark made by Brent Jackson, CEO of Responsible Wagering Australia (RWA) follows Andrew Wallace MPs call for stricter measures to be taken when it comes to…

Online gambling: a concern during the pandemic – New Hampshire Business Review

Ed Talbot, executive director of the New Hampshire Council on Problem Gambling, speaks at a celebration for two runners who had completed a half-marathon for 40 consecutive years. Talbot said physical exercise can be helpful in recovery for compulsive gambling. (Courtesy photo) New Hampshire lottery sales, particularly from online games, are surging during the pandemic,…