In The Spotlight
Playtech has been steadily investing in its slot development capabilities by building an armory of nine in-house game studios. The latest release from its Sydney-based studio GECO Gaming marks the supplier’s first mobile slot title to be optimized for play in portrait mode.
In his first major interview since being appointed chief executive, Itai Pazner talks about M&A, the US opportunity and the beauty of owning bingo, casino, poker and - since yesterday - sports betting technology.
Yggdrasil chief executive officer Fredrik Elmqvist is characteristically buoyant as parent company Cherry prepares to go private.
Pennsylvania’s six licensed sports betting operators generated total wagers of $31.5m during the month of February, with Rivers Casino taking over as the new market leader.
Licensed operators in Denmark have joined forces to launch a new Code of Conduct to increase consumer protection and reduce the risk of gambling addiction across the country.
Stockholm-listed LeoVegas has upgraded its platform to allow the operator to launch new customised brands in various markets under the collective name Brands of Leo.
Norway’s Ministry of Culture has proposed an amendment to the Broadcasting Act to prevent gambling advertisements from being aired in the country.
Online gaming operator 888 Holdings now has its own sports betting technology through a £15m deal with Dublin-based gaming company BetBright.
500.com-owned lottery betting operator Multilotto has expanded its presence in Sweden through an agreement with convenience store operator Direkten.
Sam Hill, Business Development Director at Betgenius, outlines why control of trading is essential for those sportsbook brands harbouring multi-territorial ambitions.