In The Spotlight
Red Tiger Gaming has quickly gained a position at the head of a pack of new challengers taking on the likes of NetEnt, Playtech and Microgaming for slots supremacy.
The Seminole Tribe’s Hard Rock enterprise has been a cautious entrant into the world of iGaming but following the opening of its new casino in Atlantic City and news that it will partner with bet365, it is ready to make a splash. Gaming Intelligence speaks to Hard Rock International’s SVP of online gaming Kresimir Spajic.
In the second part of our series on some of the unheralded companies looking to make a splash in the post-PASPA US market, we look at Joe Brennan’s SportAD. Brennan has been waiting longer than most for this opportunity.
Delaware’s regulated iGaming market returned to growth in July as net revenue increased by 30 per cent year-on-year to $248,240.
Betway has appointed Saatchi & Saatchi London as its new lead creative agency to help drive its global growth with a marketing spend of more than £100m.
Stockholm-listed live dealer specialist Evolution Gaming is set to begin providing its services to licensed operators in New Jersey with the opening of its first purpose-built live casino studio in the United States.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has approved the iGaming license applications of three casino operators, as well as temporary regulations governing in-venue and online sports betting.
This week’s games round-up features new slots from Microgaming, Quickspin and Booming Games, alongside integrations for Yggdrasil, NetEnt, Wazdan and Helio Gaming.
The Kentucky Lottery Corporation achieved record sales of $1.04bn in the 2018 fiscal year, raising $253m for the state’s General Fund.
DraftKings has hired a number of senior executives as the company expands its operations across the United States.
The FIFA World Cup is a massive marketing opportunity for betting operators. Ian Bradley, chief product officer at SBTech, explains how they can they ensure offer-driven sign-ups become long-term customers. Personalisation, CRM and data all play key roles, alongside a powerful sports engine to follow up on the momentum generated by the world’s most widely viewed sporting event.