Lotteries are being “held to a different standard” by national regulators and politicians, and their failings punished more harshly, as they try to compete on social media and marketing channels with their commercial rivals, according to lottery bosses.
The Mauritian government will crackdown on gambling activity on the island after allegations of corruption, poor management and unsuitable legislation were highlighted in a report into the country’s horse racing industry.
In this map, VIXIO GamblingCompliance shows the regulatory status of gambling in African jurisdictions. The map provides information, where available, on whether the countries allow, partially prohibit or forbid gambling.
This report contains around 40,000 data points across over 150 lotteries and 85 countries, as collated annually by the World Lottery Association. The dataset displays total sales, GGR, digital sales & digital GGR by product category in horizontal time series and filterable table views.
Latest annual data from the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities (IFHA). The data released contains the following information: Number of flat and jump races by country and horserace betting turnover, amount returned to bettors and deductions by country. There are approximately 6,130 data points in this document.