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It is one thing that Donald Trump had to leave the White House this year after he lost the 2020 election to Joe Biden. But him staying away from politics is a whole other case. Because even though he surrendered his post, he does not seem to leave the field of politics. There have been many speculations and predictions in connection with his future in the sphere. The newest ones are about him forming his own party. Here is everything to know about Donald Trump’s party predictions.

Gambling has been around in Ireland for centuries. And as we know, with any form of wagering comes the advertising of the game. So, for the last many, many decades we have seen ads promoting horse races, land-based casinos, online wagering platforms, and so on. But as for now, it looks like that the industry is facing some changes on the way, thanks to the Irish Labour Party. Here is why Ireland considers gambling ad ban.

For the last couple of years, it has been impossible not to cross the word Brexit. It has been all over the news, but it is understandable. The United Kingdom stepping out of the European Union is a pretty big deal since it is the very first country to do so in the history of the EU. Its most important effects are obviously governmental, judicial, economic, and political. There are a few aspects though, most would not think about, like how will post-Brexit gambling in the UK look like.

In September 2020 Kentucky’s news sites were loud of one topic: the Supreme Court banned some of the historical horse racing machines. It looks like it is about to change now since the Kentucky Senate is legalizing horse racing machines once again by passing Senate Bill 120. The Kentucky horse racing industry was in the favor of the state to change, so it was the one to propose and push the bill forward.

Gambling is accessible as ever today, therefore, there are lots of choices for gamblers on what to bet on at online casinos! The emergence of online gambling has made it all much easier for all those who want to place bets. Especially, for those who gamble from mobiles.

Well, it only took nine years. Finally Serbia expands casino gambling. Serbia's Minister of Finance, Siniša Mali has introduced a bill to replace the 2011 Gambling Act. Now the paperwork is in front of the country's National Assembly, who are expected to pass it into law. One reason is probably the fact that the bill has a provision which will increase the States tax revenue from gambling up from 5% of gross to a heady 15% for betting online and 10% for other casino games.

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), the country’s gaming regulator, said that it was actively exploring the idea of a £2 online slots-cap. On this news some of the UK's largest betting companies saw their shares take a hammering.

So, apparently North Korea wants to grow it's tourist industry. Now there's an oxymoron! The Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un is desperate for foreign cash. To that end he is determined to push forwards the development of integrated resorts. But reasons beyond even his control have seen North Korea casino goals tumble.

The Coronavirus outbreak has already hit land-based casinos in Macau, the world gambling capital. In a meanwhile, foreign organizations like Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators or POGOs don't hesitate to take over the gambling industry. While offshore gaming is booming in the tax haven, the Chinese government is trying to provide countermeasures. 

Credit card gambling banned from April 2020. All UK based gamblers will be unable to use their credit cards to place bets online. This follows a serious shake up by the UK industry regulator.