In The Spotlight
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.
Chief executive officer Itai Frieberger puts 888’s difficult year in perspective and explains why he has high hopes for the year ahead.
French gaming operator Pari Mutuel Urbain (PMU) has reported a 1 per cent drop in turnover to €2.52bn for the first quarter of 2018, with its core horse racing offering impacted by adverse weather conditions.
Malta-licensed operator Goliath Casino has launched a new affiliate programme in partnership with performance marketing specialist NetRefer.
Stockholm-listed betting and gaming operator Mr Green has introduced new features to reduce registration, login and withdrawal processing times for Swedish customers.
Former Lincoln City defender Bradley Wood has been banned from all football activity for six years after being found guity of 25 breaches of the Football Association's (FA) betting and integrity rules.
PokerStars-owner The Stars Group has agreed to acquire Sky Betting & Gaming (SBG) in a US$4.7bn deal that will create the world’s largest publicly listed online gaming operator.
London-listed Stride Gaming has expanded its content portfolio through an integration with Novomatic's interactive division Greentube.
Scientific Games has announced the completion of its second sports technology roll-out of the week, going live with an expanded sportsbook solution for Swisslos, the lottery of Switzerland's German and Italian-speaking regions.
The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has promoted its chief regulatory officer Heathcliff Farrugia to the chief executive’s office.
Isle of Man-based gaming supplier Link2Win is developing a new game aimed at the Keno market. Lottery industry consultant Stephen Wade gives his view on why KenoLinka outperforms traditional Keno games “in the ways that matter”.