In The Spotlight
This year’s Gaming Intelligence Awards perfectly demonstrate the ongoing evolution of the global iGaming industry, with once unassailable market leaders making way for a new breed of operator and supplier.
This was the most fiercely contested Gaming Intelligence Awards yet, as operators and suppliers scaled new heights during the past year. Congratulations to one and all.
The Gaming Intelligence HOT 50 celebrate the people who helped their companies to outstanding success in 2018, and those in a position of influence for the year ahead. From the inspirational chief executive to the techie making it all work behind the scenes, these are the innovators, motivators and those from whom we expect great things. Congratulations to all!
Delaware’s regulated iGaming market has enjoyed a strong start to the year with net revenue climbing 58 per cent to $279,541 in January.
Austrian gaming giant Novomatic has agreed a deal to supply its full range of gaming solutions in the Asia-Pacific region.
Spain’s Ministry of Finance has proposed the creation of a new national commission to combat the manipulation of sports competitions and fraud in betting.
Gauselmann Group’s Blueprint Gaming has expanded its product portfolio with the acquisition of UK-based games developer Project.
This week sees new games released by Blueprint Gaming, Kalamba Games, Just For The Win and PokerStars Casino’s in-house development studio, with further launches for the likes of 1X2 Network, D-Tech and Pragmatic Play.
Live sports lottery provider EquiLottery Games has teamed up with Speedway Motorsports to develop lottery games based on the results of live auto races across North America.
New York-listed gaming operator and supplier International Game Technology (IGT) has expanded its senior leadership team with three new appointments.
The US Department of Justice has gone into battle against iGaming but lawyers say its opinion is misguided and politically motivated.