In The Spotlight
Gaming sponsorship has grown into a key source of revenue for sporting bodies; no more so than in football. But how has this market developed and can it can continue in its present form?
South Korea’s DoubleU Games has taken charge of one of social casino’s most iconic brands through its acquisition of DoubleDown Interactive. CFO Won Yong-Joon speaks to Gaming Intelligence about the deal.
In his first ever interview, IDNPlay chief executive Daniel Alexis explains how Asian-facing IDNPoker became the world’s second most popular real money poker network.
The gambling industry is losing one of its superstars in the shape of Paddy Power Betfair chief executive Breon Corcoran, but is he getting out at the right time?
Toronto-listed gaming supplier NYX Gaming Group has reported a 73 per cent increase in revenue to CAD$61.0m for the second quarter of 2017, helping the company almost halve its net loss for the period.
London-listed gaming operator Rank Group has agreed its first horseracing sponsorship deal for this weekend’s Celebration Mile at Goodwood Racecourse.
Virtual reality is coming to Las Vegas, with a new multiplayer experience launching at MGM Grand's Level Up gaming lounge.
Sports data and integrity solutions provider Sportradar will protect Brazilian football from match-fixing through a new partnership with the country's governing body for the sport, the Confederação Brasileira de Futebol (CBF).
London-listed gaming technology and services provider Playtech has acquired UK-based ACM Group (Alpha) to strengthen its financial trading division, which will now be renamed TradeTech Group to better reflect the full capabilities of the business.
Stockholm-listed casino games developer NetEnt has released its latest online slot game based on the popular emoji ideograms and smileys.
The Australian state of Queensland has rejected proposals by the federal government to introduce a new lottery to fund elite sport, arguing that tying the country's long-term sporting future to gambling would be "short sighted".
US publisher and online horse racing betting provider Sports Information Group (SIG) has appointed former Ladbrokes chief executive Richard Glynn to its board of directors.