New Zealand’s Racing Industry Transition Agency (RITA) has agreed a deal with Flutter Entertainment’s Sportsbet brand to supply a livestream of New Zealand racing on its digital platforms across Australia.
London-listed betting and gaming operator GVC Holdings has reported a 61 per cent increase in net gaming revenue to £1.81bn for the first half of 2019, buoyed the acquisition of Ladbrokes Coral Group in March of last year.
Sydney-listed gaming operator Tabcorp has posted a 46 per cent increase in revenue to AUD$5.48bn in the first full year since its combination with Tatts.
Toronto-listed gaming operator The Stars Group has appointed experienced video game executive John Schappert as an independent director.
Toronto-listed betting and gaming operator The Stars Group has reported a 55 per cent increase in total revenue to US$637.6m for the second quarter of 2019, benefiting from a record performance from its UK-facing Sky Betting & Gaming business.
London-listed betting and gaming operator William Hill has reported a 1 per cent increase in net revenue to £811.7m for the first half of 2019, with growth from its Online and US businesses offsetting a decline in Retail.
Tabcorp-owned horse racing content distributor Sky Racing World has brought Singapore racing to North American audiences with the launch of a new simulcasting product.
Penn National Gaming is set to launch sports betting in Iowa next week at Ameristar Casino Council Bluffs.
Horse racing content provider Racing Post has joined forces with TXODDS and Banach Technology to launch a new horse racing trading solution.
London-listed betting and gaming operator Flutter Entertainment has reported an 18 per cent increase in group revenue to £1,020m for the first half of 2019, with results boosted by the acquisitions of FanDuel and Adjarabet.
Britain’s leading gaming operators have established an independent committee to make recommendations on how best to administer funds committed to safer gambling initiatives.
New York-listed Penn National Gaming has appointed Jay Snowden to succeed long-serving chief executive Tim Wilmott in January.