In The Spotlight
Match-fixing looms large over the sports betting industry and solutions to tackle betting-related corruption are more important than ever, particularly in light of this week's US Supreme Court decision against the country's general sports betting prohibition.
They’ve only gone and done it again. The remarkable history of this remarkable company continues. The Stars Group’s $4.7 billion acquisition of Sky Betting & Gaming took just about everyone by surprise.
With the first Latin American Responsible Gambling Symposium kicking off in Chile this week, Gaming Intelligence spoke with the head of Chilean gambling regulator Superintendencia de Casinos de Juego (SCJ), Vivien Villagrán Acuña, about the challenges and opportunities facing the sector in 2018.
SBTech has found a novel way of expanding in the fiercely competitive sports betting supply market. Richard Carter walks Gaming Intelligence through his masterplan.
New York-listed International Game Technology (IGT) has seen its net loss nearly double to $103.1m during the first quarter of 2018, with results impacted by higher foreign exchange losses and a provision for income taxes of $60.5m.
National Football League (NFL) Commissioner Roger Goodell has thrown his weight behind calls for a federal framework under which states may regulate sports betting.
London-listed gaming operator Rank Group has struck a deal to acquire QSB Gaming, owner of the Spanish-facing YoBingo brand.
This week sees new games for SG Digital, 1X2 Network, Booming Games and Wazdan, as well as integrations for the likes of Nolimit City, Relax Gaming, Colchian and Kiron Interactive.
Stockholm-listed casino solutions provider NetEnt has promoted its chief financial officer Therese Hillman to the chief executive's office.