Malta-based games developer Hacksaw Gaming has been granted approval to serve the UK market by the UK Gambling Commision (UKGC).
Nevada-based gaming supplier Spin Games has extended its licensing agreement with Chicago-based developer Incredible Technologies.
Colombian gambling regulator Coljuegos has issued its sixteenth online operating license to Grupo Vinnare.
Chicago-based Rush Street Interactive has been granted approval to launch the first mobile sports betting offering in the US state of Indiana.
Lottery and gaming operator OPAP has vowed to challenge a decision by the Greek Council of State to annul its online sports betting license.
Casino games developer OneTouch has been awarded a B2B software license by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
Blockchain casino platform supplier FunFair Technologies has become the first company to be approved for a token-based supplier license from the Isle of Man government.
Babylon Gaming has become the first supplier to have its gaming products listed on the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission (GSC) games register.
Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen has written to online payment processors to remind them that they may be committing a crime under the country’s gambling legislation by serving unlicensed online gaming operators.
iGaming solutions provider EveryMatrix has partnered with London-based compliance start-up beBettor to use its customer affordability technology across its platforms.
The New York State Gaming Commission has issued a request for proposals for a contract to study the state’s existing gaming industry and assess the impact of regulatory changes within and outside the state.
The UK Gambling Commission has suspended the online casino and betting operator license of EveryMatrix as part of a review of the company’s customer interaction framework.