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Zynga has seen its share price fall by almost 11 per cent in after hours trading after the company reported daily active users (DAUs) declining 24 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2015, taking the sheen off a year in which total revenue grew 10.8 per cent.

Scientific Games has signed a deal to supply its integrated systems, games and cabinets to the Absentee Tribe of Oklahoma, operators of the state’s Thunderbird casinos in Norman and Shawnee.

The Council of Europe, together with stakeholders including the European Lotteries association and ESSA, have joined forces to explore innovative approaches aimed at fighting the manipulation of sporting competitions.

Amaya has appointed Barclays Capital Canada as the exclusive financial advisor to its recently-established special board committee as it prepares to assess a takeover bid from its chief executive David Baazov.

International Game Technology (IGT) has struck a deal that gives it the property licensing rights to New England-based clothing brand Life is Good, giving it the right to develop a range of lottery products in the US market.

The executive chairman of Scientific Games’ UK subsidiary SG Gaming Steve Frater is to retire from the business, with group managing director Phil Horne promoted to the position of chief executive as his replacement.

David Baazov was the name that dominated conversation at the ICE Totally Gaming show in London. Lots of people have a theory about what he is planning by taking Amaya private and the rumour mill has gone into overdrive.