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Casino operator MGM Resorts International has entered into an agreement to sell Nevada-based Gold...
Fantasy sports technology and content provider Hotbox Sports Ventures has paired up with the New...
Eurofootball, the licensed Bulgarian operator part-owned by Greek gaming supplier INTRALOT, has...
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Legislation to rescind New Jersey’s ban on sports betting and reinforce its legal argument...
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Fenway Games and Betify first to launch campaigns on GamCrowd
Gambling industry crowdfunding business GamCrowd has announced the first wave of start-ups to launch their campaigns on the platform, with Fenway Games and Betify both pitching for investment in return for equity.
- New UK legislation to cut costs for MyLotto24
- Interview: BGO prepares to go international as PoC looms
- Sportradar and UEFA renew betting monitoring agreement
- PKR withdraws from Italian online poker market
- High 5 Games expands into Europe with Gamesys extension
- Bankrupt operator removes Trump name from AC casinos
- Betfair agrees short-term New Jersey deal with Caesars
- Finnplay adds BetConstruct sportsbook to platform
- RAY drops plans to open casino near Russian border
- Study: Casino industry contributes $240bn annually to US
NetPlay TV misses targets despite high marketing spend in Q3
Shares in live TV gaming operator NetPlay TV slumped by more than 27 per cent in London this morning after the company warned that it expects full year results to be “materially lower” than forecast.
- London Capital Group completes £17m financing plan
- Las Vegas Sands widens Q3 profit despite Macao market decline
- Rank’s Grosvenor Casinos records strong digital revenue growth
- Sports betting helps bwin.party return to growth in Q3
- Amaya buoyed by PokerStars and Full Tilt growth in first half
- Borgata maintains leadership of New Jersey iGaming market
- World Cup provides a boost to Tabcorp's first quarter revenue
- Lotto24 to bring IT functions in-house as revenue climbs
- mybet launches share issue to fund licensed German offering
- iGaming stocks climb in Q3 with Intertain & Kambi topping the list
Fantasy sports provider signs first NHL deal with New Jersey Devils
Fantasy sports technology and content provider Hotbox Sports Ventures has paired up with the New Jersey Devils in a deal that will see the HotBoxSports.com site promoted by the NHL ice hockey team.
- Eurofootball named exclusive partner of Bulgarian football team
- Inspired Gaming rolls out latest addition to VLT library in Italy
- Titanbet seals sponsorship deal with The Sun
- Microgaming releases multiplayer Playboy slot
- Sportium seals sponsorship deal with Spanish basketball team
- Totesport revamps mobile offering with full sportsbook
- ATG drops TV ad after complaint over mental illness stereotyping
- Betfair’s TVG launches new betting app for iPad
- Genesis Gaming rolls out new slot across Flash and HTML5
- Comtrade Gaming adds Net Ent content to iCore platform
Sweden to accelerate re-regulation of gambling market
The Swedish government has said that it will accelerate the implementation of a new licensing system for gambling operators following Thursday’s referral to the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
- NJ bill to rescind ban on sports betting heads to Governor
- Digimedia & Intertain brands added to Latvian iGaming blacklist
- Sweden referred to Court of Justice over gambling legislation
- Indian state of Sikkim awards first online gaming licence
- Spain prepares to open new iGaming licensing window
- Irish government eyes €25m tax boost from gaming operators
- New Jersey Senate passes bill to repeal sports betting ban
- New Belgian government moves to strengthen casino market
- Badminton federation calls in police over match-fixing allegations
- Netherlands regulator fines unlicensed gaming sites €310,000
bet365, China, Gibraltar and the pesky press
bet365 has been the talking point of the week as judgment day approaches for the UK’s move to a Point of Consumption regime.
- Bookies make moves to resuscitate public image
- What will an independent Scotland mean for the industry?
- Can Hills, Ladbrokes and Gala Coral sleepwalk to success?
- SciGames and GTECH megamergers could be game changers
- One Direction, the World Cup and...er...regulated markets
- The GI Rumour Mill Blog
- Opinion: Five ways to determine your WC has been a success
- The challenges facing Amaya and PokerStars
- Opinion: How brands need to be prepared during the World Cup
- Federbet: Misunderstood or misinformed?
New Jersey regulator looks to bring social skill games to casinos
New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has called for submissions from social and skill-based game developers as the gambling regulator looks to diversify the games available across the state’s casinos.
- MX Digital launches social casino app on Facebook
- Income Access adds NYX's Trophy Slots to social network
- Gamzio relaunches Go-Go Casino Facebook app
- Plaor adds Golden Rome slot to Mega Fame Casino
- WildTangent Studios launches poker-themed puzzle game
- Brasingo adds Samba Rio slot to social casino app
- OpenWager partners USA Today to launch social bingo offering
- PlayStudios launches myVEGAS mobile blackjack app
- GigaMedia prepares launch of Asian social casino platform
- Plaor secures exclusive rights to Side City Studios content
Internet giant Tencent makes move into Chinese lottery market
Chinese internet media giant Tencent Holdings has made a move into China’s fast-growing lottery sector with an initial HK$445.5m (€44.9m) investment in supplier China LotSynergy Holdings.
- XcelMobility granted mobile lottery licence in China's Fujian
- OLG officially launches electronic 50/50 raffle
- Interview: Camelot Global CEO on convergence and competition
- GTECH secures lottery rights to popular US TV game shows
- SG to launch new multi-state lottery based on MONOPOLY
- UK National Lottery launches augmented reality scratchcards
- Geonomics relaunches location-based lotto game in UK
- DJI seals lottery supply deal with China's state news agency
- Scientific Games completes Maine lottery system conversion
- CVG to roll out interactive self-service lottery solutions in Guizhou
MGM Resorts agrees deal to sell Nevada casino to JETT Gaming
Casino operator MGM Resorts International has entered into an agreement to sell Nevada-based Gold Strike Hotel & Gambling Hall to JETT Gaming and Jean Ventures.
- Imperus Technologies agrees $100m Diwip acquisition
- GB Group agrees £6m Transactis acquistion
- Tabcorp completes $105.5m ACTTAB acquisition
- Perform Group shares likely to de-list as AI increases interest
- Gauselmann strengthens UK presence with Betcom acquisition
- Intertain targets Nordic region with deal to acquire Vera&John
- Betbull finalises sale of operations to Betterbet
- Competition Commission clears Tabcorp's acquisition of ACTTAB
- Playtech completes acquisition of Aristocrat Lotteries
- mybet disposes of Italian business as restructuring continues
mybet brings in Markus Peuler as new finance director
Schleswig-Holstein-based gaming operator mybet Holdings has expanded its executive team with the appointment of Markus Peuler as the company’s new finance director.
- Boje appointed new managing director of Aristocrat EMEA
- Paul Witten leaves Tipp24 for commercial director role at SIS
- Casino franchise chief Barry Cottle leaves Zynga
- Vermantia boosts management team with four new hires
- Perform names Dirk Ifsen managing director for Germany
- Inspired promotes Buckley to strategy and communications chief
- FSB Tech names Richard Thorp business development director
- Caesars appoints Keith Causey as chief accounting officer
- Xavier Hurstel named president and chief executive of PMU
- Stéphane Pallez appointed chief executive of FDJ
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