We are pleased to announce that Bahar Alaeddini has reprised her role as Contributing Editor to the Chambers Global Practice Guide for Gaming Law 2023, and Jessica Wilson has again contributed as a co-author. The latest edition of the Gaming Law 2023 guide is now live and describes the licensing and regulatory regimes in 35 jurisdictions, including many of the major global jurisdictions.
In a year that saw a number of significant developments and regulatory updates in the UK and abroad, Gaming Law 2023 is a helpful guide to lawyers, gambling businesses and others in the industry. It provides the latest legal information on a range of topics, including: land-based and online gambling; B2C and B2B licences; application requirements; affiliates; white labels; responsible gambling; AML legislation; restrictions on advertising; acquisitions and changes of control; trends in social gaming, esports, fantasy sports and blockchain; and taxation.
Harris Hagan contributed to the following parts of the publication:
Key trends are covered by jurisdiction under the Trends and Developments section, and the practice guide also provides users with the opportunity to perform jurisdiction comparisons using the Compare locations tool.
Please use the above links to review our contributions and use the practice guide.