Winning a lottery and becoming a millionaire in one day is a dream, right? The case of Lotto Max winner who died under mysterious obstacles shows that there always is the other side of the coin. A man from Toronto, who won $10 in lottery in 2017 died in Ethiopia. The identities of the murderers haven’t been established yet.
So, you want to try playing the lottery in the UAE? That's not quite as simple as you might hope. Let's first have a look at the country and it's laws. The UAE stands for the United Arab Emirates and is a country in the Middle East. It consists of seven emirates, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm al-Quwain and is a sovereign absolute monarchy.
The Balkan State recently charged a Bulgarian gambling czar known as “The Skull” with organizing a crime group, extortion, and attempted bribery. He was charged in absentia, as it appears he fled the country. But just today, 2nd Feb, he was detained in the United Arab Emirates under a European Arrest warrant.
In 2005, under the Gambling Act, the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) was born. It's purpose is to regulate commercial gambling in Great Britain. Being sponsored by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) and it sets out the licensing conditions and codes of practice.
Steady technological advancement has been a great influence on the online gambling sector. In the last two decades, several changes resulted in a better internet gambling experience.
Since 2015, there has been significant progress in the Chinese lottery rules. This year, it was made official that unauthorised online sales of the country’s lottery products are illegal.
All votes in the Swiss gambling referendum have been counted. We’re here to present details of the outcome. So what’s this referendum all about?