In The Spotlight
In the second part of our series on some of the unheralded companies looking to make a splash in the post-PASPA US market, we look at Joe Brennan’s SportAD. Brennan has been waiting longer than most for this opportunity.
Years of remarkable growth were not enough keep CEO Per Eriksson in a job when NetEnt’s profit dipped. Now Therese Hillman takes on the challenge of delivering on the company's high expectations.
In the first in a series of articles on some of the less obvious companies looking to benefit from the US Supreme Court repeal of PASPA, we talk to Colossus Bets chief operating officer David O’Reilly about the beauty of pools betting.
SG Digital chief executive Matt Davey says integrating NYX with Scientific Games has been swift and he has the combined entity’s first deal as proof.
Shares in Stockholm-listed iGaming operator MRG fell sharply Friday morning after the company reported lower earnings for the second quarter, despite revenue growth of 43.4 per cent.
France's state-owned gaming operator La Française des Jeux (FDJ) is stepping up its football sponsorship activities following the national team's success at the World Cup, agreeing deals with four top flight teams.
The Bulgarian government has notified the European Commission of proposed changes to the country's gambling legislation that will restrict the sale of gambling products to licensed outlets and further tighten gambling advertising rules.
Australia's BetMakers Holdings, formerly known as TopBetta, has agreed a AUD$10m deal to acquire wagering service provider Global Betting Services.
New York-listed gaming supplier Scientific Games has announced that the launch of its Open Gaming System (OGS) with Atlantic City's Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
A number of leading lottery betting operators have joined forces to launch the European Lotto Betting Association (ELBA), a new trade body that will aim to ensure fair regulation of lottery betting products.
Casino games developer iSoftBet has appointed Mats Lundin as its new head of sales for Europe.
The FIFA World Cup is a massive marketing opportunity for betting operators. Ian Bradley, chief product officer at SBTech, explains how they can they ensure offer-driven sign-ups become long-term customers. Personalisation, CRM and data all play key roles, alongside a powerful sports engine to follow up on the momentum generated by the world’s most widely viewed sporting event.