In The Spotlight
After starting out in Guatemala, lottery operator Grupo Tenlot is targeting expansion throughout Latin America. Gaming Intelligence caught up with Grupo Tenlot CEO Yossi Abadi to discuss the company’s plans and why social development is central to its future.
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.
Delaware’s three licensed operators generated total net proceeds of $878,954 from regulated iGaming and sports betting during the month of April.
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a promotion from William Hill which was found to link gambling to sexual success.
The gambling industry’s biggest companies have united for the first time to launch a new trade body that replaces the Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) and the Remote Gambling Association (RGA).
The Netherlands government has withdrawn the bill that would have ended the state monopoly on casino gaming and privatised Holland Casino.
New York-listed casino operator Caesars Entertainment Corporation has agreed to sell its majority-owned South African venue Emerald Resort & Casino for total proceeds of $49m.
Toronto-listed lottery supplier Pollard Banknote has been awarded a six-year contract to provide instant ticket warehousing and distribution services to the Arizona Lottery.
European law firm Ramparts has expanded its team in Gibraltar following its acquisition by London-based Ince Gordon Dadds last month.