In The Spotlight
After a buoyant performance in the previous year, it was a somewhat different story for the industry’s leading operators and suppliers in 2018.
SG Digital is aiming to be the Facebook of iGaming. Gaming senior vice president Dylan Slaney explains how. While Big Time Gaming chief executive Nik Robinson tells us about life on one side of the Two-Sided Network.
NeoGames is best known for its iLottery solutions but it is a cornerstone of William Hill’s stateside manoeuvres and is well placed to become a key supplier for lotteries, casinos and sportsbooks in the US and beyond. New CEO Moti Malul reveals all.
London-listed betting and gaming operator GVC Holdings has recorded a 9 per cent increase in total net gaming revenue for 2018, following strong growth from its Online division.
Oslo-listed Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has been approved as an affiliate in New Jersey, enabling the company to send traffic to regulated online casinos and sportsbooks in the state.
Scientific Games’ UK division SG Gaming has agreed a new two-year contract with independent British bookmaker JenningsBet.
Three bills have been introduced in Massachusetts related to sports betting.
Frankfurt-listed lottery provider Zeal Network has rejected Lottoland’s offer for its core German assets, describing the non-binding offer as “significantly inadequate”.
Playtech-owned games development studio Eyecon has signed a deal to provide its content to Lindar Media’s MrQ online bingo brand.
New York-listed supplier International Game Technology (IGT) has secured a seven-year contract to provide new lottery equipment and services to the South Dakota Lottery.
Playtech-owned Swedish slots studio Quickspin has promoted Erik Gullstrand to the role of chief product officer (CPO).
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