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Operators have long fought to attract a fraction of console gaming’s huge audience but the growing popularity of electronic sports (eSports) could finally help bring a wider audience to social and real-money gaming
Recent hacker attacks on Betfair, Unibet and the New Jersey online gambling sites have pushed security up the agenda. What should be done?
Around 18 months into a major turnaround of the business, mybet chief executive Sven Ivo Brinck abruptly announced his departure. Gaming Intelligence talks to the outgoing CEO about this remarkable state of affairs.
Now in his ninth year as chief executive of Playtech, Mor Weizer is more enthused about the company’s growth prospects than ever before.
Finland’s state-owned gaming operator Raha-Automaattiyhdistys (RAY) has reported a 2 per cent increase in revenue to €524.6m for the first eight months of the year, following growth across all of its business segments.
The Health Lottery, the UK-based lottery operated by Northern and Shell, has re-launched its affiliate programme in partnership with digital marketing specialist Income Access.
French gaming operator Pari-Mutuel Urbain (PMU) has entered into a partnership with the Jockey Club Brasilieiro (JCB) which will see it develop and launch a horse racing betting product for the Brazilian market.
Germany’s Lotto and Toto Association (DLTB) has said that last week's Bavarian court ruling effectively upholds the legality of the State Treaty on Gambling, despite the legislation’s critics hailing the decision as proof that it has failed.
Playtech’s purchase of CFD provider Ava Trade has run into difficulties after the Central Bank of Ireland's (CBI) announced its opposition to the acquisition.
Leading daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator DraftKings has agreed an exclusive three-year deal with the National Football League’s International Series, which hosts regular season American football games in the UK every year.
After last month’s termination of its contract with Northstar Lottery Group, the Illinois lottery is preparing to launch a new private management process to select a new company to power its lottery offering.
Aristocrat Technologies, the US subsidiary of Australian gaming supplier Aristocrat Leisure Limited, has promoted its senior vice president of sales and marketing Matt Wilson to take charge of global gaming operations.