Google To Allow Online Gambling Ads In US

Ben Hamill - December 22, 2019

Google has announced that recent updates to its gaming advertising policies in the US includes an update that will allow the 4 US states to advertise online casino games and offerings. The states included in Google’s...Read More

Google Set To Lift Online Casino Ad Ban

Ben Hamill - October 21, 2019

Google keeps the gate to the world of online advertising. This is no secret. And soon, as early as 2020, online casinos will be able to advertise their games and brands on the search engine in the US following a long-t...Read More

ASA Dismisses Betfred Bingo Ad Complaint

Ben Hamill - April 24, 2019

The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has published a ruling involving a complaint received relating to a Betfred advertisement showing a three individuals engrossed in everyday activities whilst enjoying a game of Bingo on...Read More

Facebook Policies Under Fire Ahead of Elections

Ben Hamill - March 26, 2019

Facebook’s privacy policies and advertising strategies have been hot topics of discussion for quite some time now. Whilst the social media giant is doing everything in its power to be seen walking the straight and narrow, especially...Read More

PGA Lifts Sanctions On Gambling-Advertising

Ben Hamill - March 03, 2019

The latest announcement regarding gambling sponsorships is nothing short of a game-changer, and this time its golf’s PGA Tour leading the way. The PGA Tour has officially amended its marketing policies so as to allow gambling sponso...Read More

LeoVegas Fights Italian Advert Ban

Ben Hamill - October 19, 2018

Mobile gaming giant LeoVegas has taken a stand against Italy’s strict new ban on gambling advertisements. The operator has now submitted an official complaint to the European Union about the so-called &lsquo...Read More

NFL to Allow Casino Sponsors

Ben Hamill - September 06, 2018

Over the border in the US, the with its decision to lift a long-time ban on gambling advertising and finally allow land-based casinos a chance to sponsor up to 32 of the teams under the National Football League umbrella. The ground brea...Read More