In The Spotlight
Talking to online casino software suppliers leaves little doubt about the way the industry is heading – gamification. The future of gaming lies in these innovations.
Big Time Gaming’s Megaways is the first mechanic to be used as a brand. Gaming Intelligence finds out what makes it so good.
The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has emerged as a serious licensing body, but can it regain the trust it lost when President Duterte turned on the industry three years ago?
NetEnt chief executive officer Therese Hillman reflects on a tough opening year and surveys the scene at home, in Asia and in the US.
Mississippi’s regulated sports betting market generated total wagers of $17.4m during the month of May, with bets on baseball accounting for nearly half of the total.
Four online gaming operators have fallen foul of the UK Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after mobile advertising specialist Tapjoy placed their ads in content that was likely to appeal to people under the age of 18.
Sports data provider Sportradar has agreed a multi-year extension of its media partnership with NASCAR.
Lottery betting operator United Lottery Solutions, the Sweden-licensed arm of Lottoland, has been fined SEK700,000 by the Swedish gambling regulator for offering unauthorised games in the market.
New York-listed casino operator Century Casinos has entered into an agreement to acquire three casino properties from Eldorado Resorts for $107m.
Novomatic’s interactive division Greentube has launched a new tool that promises to reduce integration times for its B2B partners.
Athens-listed supplier Intralot has been awarded an eight-year contract to provide lottery, sports betting and instant games across retail, internet, and mobile channels in Morocco.
London-listed gaming operator William Hill has appointed Jane Hanson to its board of directors.