Switzerland’s Federal Council has given approval to two further casinos to launch online.
The online license approvals granted to Grand Casino Kursaal Bern and Interlaken Casino take the total number of Swiss licensed online gaming operators to six following the opening of the regulated market on July 1st.
New Swiss gambling legislation [...]
Malta-based casino supplier Swintt has agreed a deal to integrate its portfolio of online casino games with eSports betting operator Unikrn.
Stockholm-listed iGaming affiliate Raketech has reported a 15 per cent fall in revenue to €6.0m for the third quarter of 2019.
Leander Games has released a new mechanic called Dynamic Ways in its latest title Gem Zone, which the supplier hopes will serve as a director competitor to Big Time Gaming’s phenomenally successful Megaways mechanic.
The Austrian Association for Betting and Gambling (OVWG) has renewed its call for the government to end the “unjustifiable” online gambling monopoly held by Austrian Lotteries.
Gibraltar-based gaming operator Addison Global has joined the working group created by UK national standards body BSI and the All-in Diversity Project to develop a new code of practice to improve global equality standards.
Malta-based iGaming platform provider Singular has launched the latest iteration of its sports betting platform.
Oslo-listed Gaming Innovation Group (GIG) is looking to expand its B2B offering with the launch of a new data platform before the end of the year.
The opening of the Netherlands’ regulated online gambling market is being pushed back by six months in order to give lawmakers more time to establish secondary regulations.
The country’s new remote gambling act was expected to come into force on July 1st, 2020, with the launch of licensed operations planned for [...]
London-listed gaming solutions provider Playtech has expanded its iPoker network with the addition of Curacao-licensed operator Red Star Poker.
Licensed gambling operators in Spain have agreed to strengthen their Code of Conduct in order to better protect vulnerable players.
Malta-based casino supplier Relax Gaming has strengthened its partnership with Big Time Gaming (BTG).