In The Spotlight
Videoslots has just bought PKR’s 3D poker software. So how does chief executive Alexander Stevendahl think he can make a success of PKR when its previous owners failed?
New senior vice president of strategy and M&A Michael Daly reveals what to expect from Caesars as it emerges from bankruptcy and restructuring.
Golden Nugget senior vice president and general manager of iGaming, Thomas Winter, tells Gaming Intelligence how a business with a stuttering start went on to dominate the market
DraftKings is shrugging off the collapse of its merger with FanDuel as it looks to consolidate its dominance of the daily fantasy sports industry. Chief international officer Jeffrey Haas explains how.
German online lottery seller Lotto24 has reduced its guidance for the full 2017 year after experiencing an "exceptionally weak" jackpot trend during the third quarter.
UK operators have been warned by the country's gaming and advertising regulators to amend or remove any advertisements from their sites for games likely to appeal to minors.
London-listed Nektan has agreed its first global platform deal for its Evolve Lite gaming system with Malta-based Tyche Digital Malta.
An Australian Senate committee has offered lukewarm support for online poker regulation, concluding that on balance it appears to be a low-risk form of gambling with less of a social impact than other verticals, but that more research into the product needed to be done.
Mega Millions, one of the two big lottery jackpot games in the United States, will double its ticket price to $2 later this month in order to create bigger jackpots for its players.
The International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) has named Rush Street Gaming's Laura McAllister Cox as its new president, replacing Caesars Acquisition Company's Michael Cohen.