In The Spotlight
Since granting its first operating licence in 2017, Colombia’s online sports betting sector has quickly established itself at the forefront of the emerging Latin American market. With other countries in the region looking to follow its lead, Colombia now wants to take the next step with an expanded regulatory framework that will ensure future growth.
New York-listed gaming companies dominate the top of the Gaming Intelligence Stock List for the first quarter of 2019, as Global Gaming hit the wall.
NetEnt and Novomatic’s active pursuit of Play’n GO could spark a seachange in the enforcement of intellectual property rights. Copycats beware.
Scientific Games’ recently announced Connect & Amplify casino partner programme aims to provide a complete end-to-end solution to operators and games developers, from the delivery of game engines to compliance to promotion. SG Digital partnership director Steve Mayes and studio director Rob Procter explain how.
Swedish gaming operator Svenska Spel has reported a 6 per cent drop in net gaming revenue (NGR) to SEK2,058m (approx. €188m) for the first quarter of 2019, following a decline in its lottery and land-based gaming divisions.
London-listed gaming operator GVC Holdings has rolled out a number of new responsible gambling initiatives while calling for a complete ban on sports betting advertising in the United Kingdom.
Metric Gaming and Bethard’s new Hard Metrics joint venture has signed up its first operator partner through an agreement with Toro Bet.
Four land-based casinos in Switzerland have applied for authorisation to launch online gaming operations in the country during the second half of this year.
Chicago-based sports data provider STATS has agreed a deal to combine its business with DAZN Group’s Perform to create a new global sports technology platform.
This week sees new games rolled out by Microgaming, High 5 Games, Pragmatic Play, Blueprint Gaming, Red Rake Gaming, NetEnt, Yggdrasil and Spinomenal, alongside integrations for Hacksaw Gaming, Nektan, BeeFee Games, Booming Games, and CT Interactive.
Hong Kong-listed lottery provider AGTech Holdings has won a new deal to supply lottery terminals in China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
Austrian gaming giant Novomatic has confirmed the appointment of Lawrence Levy as chief executive of its majority-owned Australian business Ainsworth Game Technology.