On 8 May 2014 David Clifton (pictured above) opened the SBC Events’ Betting on Football Conference, speaking on the subject of “Laws of the Game: how will the new licensing laws affect sponsorship?”. You can access his speech here and read about it at www.sbcnews.co.uk/sportsbook/2014/05/08/bof-blog-david-clifton-how-will-the-new-licensing-laws-effect-sponsorship He also moderated the “Italian Job – Opportunities for bookmakers […]
The guest of honour at the Westminster eForum seminar at which David Clifton is speaking on 20 May is Maarten Haijer, Secretary General, European Gaming and Betting Association. It is taking place at the Royal Society in Carlton House Terrace London SW1. Read Westminster eForum’s preview here.
As mentioned in today’s iGaming Business, just a reminder that David Clifton is the opening speaker at the Betting on Football conference to be held at Stamford Bridge this Thursday 8 May. Registration information is in the attached article.
On 30 April 2014, the Gambling Commission published Parts 2 and 3 of its series of changes to the Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice.
Local authorities are to be given more power to control the number of betting shops opening in their area in a package of new “gambling protections and controls” announced today.
On 29 March 2014, the Advertising Standards Authority announced that it is reviewing its enforcement of the gambling advertising rules and that the Committee of Advertising Practice is reviewing the latest evidence underpinning the gambling rules.
Suzanne Davies provides best practice details as recommended by the Information Commissioner’s Office in relation to the use of ID Scanners.
David Clifton is quoted in a CalvinAyre.com article (that can be downloaded below) commenting on the Point of Consumption tax debate.
David Clifton passes on comments after attending a Home Office workshop on the proposal to allow licensing authorities to set their own fees.
On 31 March 2014, the Gambling Commission published Part 1 of its series of changes to the Licence Conditions and Codes of Practice. Parts 2 and 3 will be published by the end of April.