Lottoland’s rise has been nothing short of spectacular. But having ruffled a few feathers along the way it now faces a backlash in the UK and Australia.

NetEnt has launched Finn and the Swirly Spin, a game which does away with the traditional slot reels in favour of a new spin mechanic. The team behind the game talk us through the development of what could prove to be a landmark launch for online casino. 

If New Jersey emerges victorious from the Supreme Court and sports betting is rolled out across the US, it will be the biggest thing to hit the gambling market in decades. New Jersey’s director of gaming enforcement David Rebuck is getting prepared.

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

The gambling industry in the United Kingdom has endured months of criticism, some fair, some unfair. This is metastasizing into the notion that gambling is a Very Bad Thing and must be banned or heavily restricted. Labour deputy leader Tom Watson now claims that it should be regulated on a par with cigarettes.