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New Jersey university to launch first US study of iGaming behaviour
The Centre for Gambling Studies at the School of Social Work in Rutgers, the state university of New Jersey, has been awarded a $1.2m grant to undertake the first comprehensive investigation of online gambling behaviour in the US.
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Boyd Gaming narrows loss in Q3
Shares in Boyd Gaming Group gained 3.47 per cent in New York Thursday after the company reported improved EBITDA and a continuing reduction of debt in the third quarter.
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- MGM Resorts narrows Q3 loss as US casino revenue grows
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ASA to take more proactive approach to avoid complacency
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said that it will prioritise potential breaches relating to sales promotions in gambling ads and be more proactive on issues relating to social responsibility, after independent research revealed that people are satisfied with the way gambling advertisements are regulated.
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- Markets.com named official partner of Arsenal FC
- Income Access partners UK operators ApolloBet and Camasino
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- Interwetten to add iSoftBet portfolio to casino site
- Winamax introduces anonymous poker tables
- Codere integrates Betradar live streaming retail solution
- KGM to distribute Alfastreet’s electronic table games in the US
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Australian government prepares crackdown on offshore operators
The Australian government is to establish a new national working group as it looks to push offshore unlicensed operators away from the country’s gaming market.
- UEFA prepares sanctions following Latvian match-fixing arrests
- Jailed conman Peter Foster linked to international betting syndicate
- Dutch political party proposes stronger match-fixing controls
- Latvian blacklist continues to grow with mybet & Betsson domains
- Spain's DGOJ partners with Bolivian and Uruguayan regulators
- Tabcorp calls for Government action against unlicensed operators
- Footballer acquitted in Swedish match-fixing investigation
- New Jersey sports betting launch blocked by temporary injunction
- European Court of Justice backs poker players in Italian tax fight
- Cricket Australia offers amnesty for match-fixing whistleblowers
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Plaor adds third Grover Gaming title to Mega Fame Casino
CrowdGather’s social casino subsidiary Plaor has continued its strategy of repurposing real-money slots for the free-to-play sector with the launch of its latest slot supplied by partner Grover Gaming.
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- Black Tie Ventures prepares launch of Pink Martini Casino
- Zynga brings back classic poker product to satisfy players
- PlayStudios closes $20m financing round
- Big Fish expands Luxury Slots range with Sweet Stacks launch
- Atari readies launch of social casino app
- Imperus CEO discusses rebranding and execution of its plan
- Plaor expands 2 By 2 partnership to launch Riches of the Sea
- DraftKings seals landmark partnership with New England Patriots
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Karma Gaming launches new "episodic" lottery games
Canadian lottery games developer Karma Gaming has launched a new series of what it describes as next-generation lottery games with the release of two titles combining hidden object games and crosswords, in which players can win cash prizes.
- Synot Group prepares to enter Spanish lottery market
- Ithuba beats Gidani to win South African National Lottery tender
- INTRALOT initiates legal action after Victoria lottery market exit
- California Lottery sales surpass $5bn for first time
- NOVOMATIC signs long-term VLT deal with Israel National Lottery
- German lottery agents threaten EC action over State Treaty
- Norwegian government proposes expansion of lottery market
- Internet giant Tencent makes move into Chinese lottery market
- XcelMobility granted mobile lottery licence in China's Fujian
- OLG officially launches electronic 50/50 raffle
CDI signs purchase agreement with Saratoga Casino Holdings
US gaming and racetrack operator Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) has signed a definitive purchase agreement to acquire a 25 per cent stake in Saratoga Casino Holdings (SCH).
- IMG divests majority interest in live sports data provider Enetpulse
- Casino operator Full House Resorts put up for sale
- Aristocrat completes acquisition of Video Gaming Technologies
- MGM Resorts agrees deal to sell Nevada casino to JETT Gaming
- Imperus Technologies agrees $100m Diwip acquisition
- GB Group agrees £6m Transactis acquistion
- Tabcorp completes $105.5m ACTTAB acquisition
- Perform Group shares likely to de-list as AI increases interest
- Gauselmann strengthens UK presence with Betcom acquisition
- Intertain targets Nordic region with deal to acquire Vera&John
Relax Gaming poaches Unibet poker chief for COO role
Alderney-licensed gaming software supplier Relax Gaming has strengthened its management team with the appointment of Unibet's head of poker operations Martin Stålros as its new chief operating officer.
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- Former chairman steps down from London Capital Group board
- mybet brings in Markus Peuler as new finance director
- Boje appointed new managing director of Aristocrat EMEA
- Paul Witten leaves Tipp24 for commercial director role at SIS
- Casino franchise chief Barry Cottle leaves Zynga
- Vermantia boosts management team with four new hires
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