Iowa’s newly regulated sports betting market continued to grow in September as the state’s 15 licensed operators collected total wagers of $38.5m during the month.
Sports fans in Indiana wagered over $35m during the first month of regulated sports betting in the state.
Scientific Games has added live casino solutions from Stockholm-listed Evolution Gaming to its Open Gaming System (OGS) distribution network.
New York's four licensed sports betting operators generated total gross gaming revenue of $2.28m in September.
The American Gaming Association (AGA) has announced four new senior level appointments.
The Canadian province of British Columbia has introduced the Gaming Control Amendment Act, a bill that seeks to direct 7 per cent of British Columbia Lottery Corporation’s (BCLC) net income to BC First Nations for the next 23 years.
New York-listed Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) has completed its acquisition of Kentucky racetrack Turfway Park.
New York-listed lottery and gaming supplier Scientific Games has brought together its OGS content aggregation platform and OPS player account management platform to launch OpenGaming.
Italy and US-focused gaming operator Newgioco Group has entered into a multi-year agreement with sports bar chain Handle 19 to provide its sports betting platform in the District of Columbia.
London-listed betting and gaming operator GVC Holdings has launched the first US foundation for responsible gambling, corporate compliance and integrity.
New York-listed lottery and gaming supplier International Game Technology (IGT) has accepted an invitation from the UK national standards body BSI and the All-in Diversity Project (AIDP) to join the Workplace Code of Practice Steering Group.
West Virginia’s regulated sports betting market recorded total stakes of $25.20m excluding voided bets in the four-week period ended September 28, with $21.45m paid out in winnings.