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Operators have long fought to attract a fraction of console gaming’s huge audience but the growing popularity of electronic sports (eSports) could finally help bring a wider audience to social and real-money gaming
Recent hacker attacks on Betfair, Unibet and the New Jersey online gambling sites have pushed security up the agenda. What should be done?
Around 18 months into a major turnaround of the business, mybet chief executive Sven Ivo Brinck abruptly announced his departure. Gaming Intelligence talks to the outgoing CEO about this remarkable state of affairs.
Now in his ninth year as chief executive of Playtech, Mor Weizer is more enthused about the company’s growth prospects than ever before.
Canadian provincial lottery operator Loto‑Québec has reported a 1 per cent increase in revenue to CAD$960.5m for its financial first quarter ended June 29th, with growth in the lotteries sector offsetting a decline in its land-based casino and gaming businesses.
UK developer GW Games has launched a new title across William Hill's retail estate following an earlier launch to its mobile and online gaming platforms.
With the recent legalisation of online slots in Spain, digital gaming solution provider NetEnt has signed a new partnership with Casino Barcelona Online, the iGaming arm of the Catalan land-base venue.
Stockholm-listed digital gaming solutions provider NetEnt has been granted a transactional waiver by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to launch its portfolio of games with the Borgata and bwin.party.
bwin.party has received a revised proposal from 888 Holdings, which is vying with GVC Holdings to acquire the online gaming operator.
London-listed gaming technology supplier GameAccount Network has released its latest online slot for its US social gaming offering, the seventh game to be delivered online by Chicago-based supplier Incredible Technologies.
New Zealand’s Internal Affairs Minister has confirmed the reappointment of Graeme Reeves as chief gambling commissioner, as well as two supporting commissioners to the country’s Gambling Commission.
The merger of Betfair and Paddy Power is a merger of winners rather than the merger of an underperformer and its knight in shining armour. That is the most engaging part of the deal. There is a temptation to presume that they will be an overwhelming force of nature when combined. But the thing is, they won’t really be combined.