This summer, Quebec legislature amended previous Régie des alcools des courses et des jeux (“Régie”) registration to no longer require international contests to be registered in Quebec. Prior, Quebec was the only Canadian jurisdiction which required contests open to Quebec residents, with prizing worth more than $100, to register with the Régie. Registration was accompanied [...]
At Segev LLP, we have all been watching a ‘Reddit Revolution’ unfold in the last few months. As a modern firm with a unique speciality in gaming law, some of us originally saw Reddit’s backing of GameStop’s stock as a way for gaming enthusiasts to save a nostalgic brick-and-mortar retailer. But as the days and [...]
Date of Currency: December 4, 2020 There has been considerable excitement this week about news that Canada is finally entering the next phase in potentially legalizing single-event sports betting. Proposing changes to the Criminal Code, Federal Justice Minister and Attorney General David Lametti introduced Bill C-13, "An Act to amend the Criminal Code (single-event sport [...]
On February 25, 2020, Kevin Waugh, MP from Saskatoon-Grasswood, put forth bill C-218 to the House of Commons. The bill would legalize single game sports betting in Canada. Named “An Act to Amend the Criminal Code (Sports Betting)”, it seeks to ever so slightly change the language of the Criminal Code, a change with potentially [...]
Bringing together 600+ solutions and 35,000+ professionals across all sectors of gaming (4-6 February, 2020), ICE London is your complete platform to explore future of Gaming and drive revenues through invaluable meetings and networking opportunities. Ron Segev is speaking at ICE VOX. More details coming soon!
ICE VOX is the broadest, most international gaming conference on the planet. From regulation to marketing and advertising, for all gaming types and levels of seniority, ICE VOX brings you a platform to debate, learn and be inspired to take yourself and your business to the next level. Our team has promised to deliver a [...]
It’s going to be an interesting Summer for aspiring entrants into the regulated US interactive casino gaming markets. Pennsylvania - now accepting license applications - has joined New Jersey as a point of intrigue. The New Jersey market is steadily becoming a known quantity, and we’re consequently seeing more and more parties stepping onto that [...]