In The Spotlight
Opap’s €100m investment in its technology is a big statement of intent for the Greek monopoly operator. CEO Damian Cope explains why it was necessary.
In the last of our series of interviews with PokerStars senior management, chief operating officer Guy Templer talks about continuity and change from the Scheinbergs’ era to Amaya’s regime and the genesis of The Stars Group.
PokerStars has created the world’s largest online casino in just four years but it has only scratched the surface of what is possible, says casino chief Bo Wänghammar.
Toronto-listed supplier NYX Gaming Group has entered into a debt refinancing agreement that will deliver around CAD$5m in annual interest savings and extend the maturity of some of its debt.
London-listed bookmaker William Hill has signed as the new title sponsor of the St Leger Festival at Doncaster Racecourse.
Betfair has increased the betting fees it charges to Australian customers on Racing NSW markets in response to new race field fees that come into effect this weekend.
The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has fined Lottoland £150,000 for using ambiguous terminology in its advertising and failing to make clear to players that they were betting on the outcome of lotteries.
Brickington Trading, the firm owned by Playtech founder Teddy Sagi, has reduced its shareholding in the gaming technology provider to 6.3 per cent after selling a further 36.5m shares in the company.
Gaming solutions provider BetConstruct has expanded it games portfolio with the addition of a range of slots from Isle of Man-based developer Booming Games.
New York-listed Scientific Games Corporation has secured a new four-year deal to provide instant games and additional services to the New Hampshire Lottery.
Online poker giant PokerStars has named David Carrion as the operator’s new director of marketing and interim director of live events.