In The Spotlight
October proved to be a difficult month for iGaming stocks as combined average share prices fell by 2 per cent during the period.
Lottoland’s success with its bet-on-lotteries concept has already attracted the ire of UK National Lottery operator Camelot. Lottoland UK managing director James Easterbrook and Home agency’s Nick Harrison explain how their new ad campaign is set to further boost UK operations.
The deposed William Hill chief executive James Henderson appears to have been put forward as a scapegoat for many of the operator’s problems. But the lack of a coherent strategy since his departure suggests a more deep-rooted problem.
An unwavering 20-year focus on delivering the best possible casino games experience to players has cemented NetEnt as a must-have supplier for iGaming operators worldwide, but as chief executive Per Eriksson explains, the company is just getting started.
London-listed payments provider SafeCharge has revealed that it generated record transaction processing volumes and revenue during the final quarter of last year following the launch of its services for several iGaming brands in 2016.
Irish bookmaker BoyleSports has agreed an extension to its deal to sponsor national broadcaster RTÉ Sport’s horse racing coverage this year.
With Mississippi's temporary daily fantasy sports legislation due to expire on July 1st this year, Representative Richard Bennett has introduced new proposals for a permanent regulatory framework for such contests.
Toronto-listed gaming operator Amaya has agreed a deal with the former owners of PokerStars to pay the outstanding US$197.7m balance of the purchase price of its acquisition of Rational Group.
Novomatic UK subsidiary Extreme Live Gaming has signed a deal to provide its live dealer product to Betsson’s portfolio of iGaming brands.
International Game Technology (IGT) will continue to run Colombia's popular draw-based Baloto game after being awarded a new contract by the country's gambling regulator Coljuegos.
Fredrik Burvall, chief executive of Swedish gaming operator Cherry, has announced plans to leave the company, with former Betsson Malta CEO Anders Holmgren taking over on a temporary basis.
David Baazov’s bid to retake control of the company he formerly led as chief executive has taken another turn, with one of his named investors claiming to have no involvement in the deal. Here is what we know so far.