In The Spotlight
The Golden Nugget in Atlantic City launched the first regulated online Live Dealer product in the US last Thursday. After the first weekend of business, vice president of online gaming Thomas Winter is delighted.
eSports has evolved into a major potential market for bookmakers, but unless stakeholders come together to ensure the integrity of contests, they may find regulation foisted upon them.
Aspire Global CEO Tsachi Maimon provides a glimpse at its roadmap, revealing the steps behind the company’s success as a B2B casino platform provider, and its planned expansion into sports betting.
Greek gaming operator OPAP has reported an 18 per cent drop in net gaming revenue to €125.5m for the second quarter of 2016, following increased tax contributions and a decline in instant win games during the period.
UK betting and gaming operator Ladbrokes has been told by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) to ensure it does not omit key terms and conditions from future promotional materials after an ad targeting new customers was found to be have been misleading.
Stockholm-listed supplier Evolution Gaming has signed an agreement to launch an online live dealer casino for London’s Hippodrome Casino, as well as a 'Live from the Hippodrome' feed for its network of operator partners.
The New York State Gaming Commission has formally awarded a fourth resort casino license in upstate New York to Tioga Downs.
NASDAQ-listed gaming supplier Scientific Games Corporation has entered into an agreement to acquire Canadian table games developer DEQ Systems for approximately CAD$27.2m.
UK-listed operator and B2B supplier GVC Holdings has launched a new online slot game featuring the band behind the pop hit Barbie Girl for Denmark’s former monopoly operator Danske Spil.
Hong Kong-listed lottery supplier AGTech Holdings has sealed deals to roll out new Sports Lottery terminals across five Chinese provinces and municipalities.
British Horseracing Authority has confirmed that Adam Brickell will be leaving the company next month after more than seven years’ service in charge of integrity, legal and risk for the racing governing body.
It was only a matter of time. After a failed attempt to enter the industry M&A fray last year with a bid for 888, William Hill finds itself back in the mix. Only this time it is the hunted, rather than the hunter.