The report is likely to be taken up for discussion in the GST Council meeting scheduled to be held in Madurai next month
As gambling is a State subject under Entry 34 under List II in Schedule VII of the Constitution, a Division Bench of Acting Chief Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Sachin Datta further asked the petitioner to implead the Delhi government as a respondent party
We need stricter regulations to ensure that gambling operations do not make use of the loosely-worded definition for real-money gaming to seek legitamacy.
Recent incidents have shown that there is a greater need to regulate the gambling industry within eSports and the remedial steps must come in the form of a collective effort from the entire eSports and gaming community.
Organisers of online gambling will be jailed for a year, besides being penalised, for a first time offence, while those caught playing these games will be given six months of jail term
PCB receives apology from media rights partner for allowing live stream of PSL 2020 on betting website
The Pakistan Cricket Board on Sunday said it has received a formal apology from its media rights partner for subletting live streaming of PSL 5 to a UK-based betting company, which had kicked up a controversy, according to sources.
Asian Football Confederation says match-fixing has seen sharp decline in last six years, though cryptocurrencies help illicit gambling
Swiss-based Sportradar has been a key ally in the AFC’s fight against corruption since 2013 and the tie-up will run through to the 2023 AFC Asian Cup in China after being renewed last month
The US PGA Tour is ready to roll the dice and unveil gambling at golf tournaments "from next year" to tap into new audiences, Commissioner Jay Monahan has revealed.
BCCI extends match-fixing crackdown to regional leagues, board in touch with state associations to raise awareness
BCCI has extended a match-fixing crackdown to regional leagues after the arrest of a team owner for making illegal bets with a Dubai-based bookie, officials said Wednesday.
With gambling mechanics in video games under investigation in the UK, is the day of reckoning finally upon the industry?
A few days ago, the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee of the House of Commons published a report on immersive and addictive technologies. As part of their investigation, the committee studied the nature and impact of loot boxes and other chance-based mechanics and from the look of things, their findings are nothing short of damning.
Police confiscated around 2,000 phones and 530 computers in the raid that took place in Vietnam.
The players will now be able to see the random items which these boxes contain before buying them.
Diwali card parties' origins in Hindu mythology: How Shiva-Parvati's gambling game prompted a festive tradition
It's the one legend that actually sanctions playing cards with your family over Diwali, because hey, if the gods can do it, you can too
Asian Games 2018: Bridge not same as gambling, tougher than chess, say gold medallists Pranab Bardhan, Shibhnath Sarkar
India's Asian Games gold medal winners in bridge on Saturday said that their sport should not be treated as gambling for it involves skills and not luck.
The investigation into the gambling website was launched in January 2016 after a tip-off.
Colombia's Robert Farah, who played at Wimbledon this year, was on Friday banned for three months and fined $5,000 after promoting a gambling website on social media, the Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) announced.
Law Commission on Friday clarified that it had ‘strongly and categorically’ recommended to the Centre that ‘legalising betting and gambling in the present scenario is not desirable and that a complete ban on unlawful betting and gambling must be ensured’.
Sports betting and gambling, if legalised, would fetch for the government a 30 percent plus tax from winners in addition to a conservative 18 percent GST.