European social casino operator KamaGames has launched a number of updates to its flagship Pokerist app, including a new social sports betting offering.
New York-listed social gaming operator Zynga has launched Celebrity Home Game, a unique sweepstakes event headed up by Emmy award-winning comedian and actor Brad Garrett.
Shares in iGaming software provider GAN were trading up by more than 24 per cent in London Friday morning after the company reported strong financial results for the first half of 2019 and confirmed plans to procure a US stock market listing.
Arizona-based gaming supplier Design Works Gaming (DWG) has expanded its social casino portfolio with the launch of Jade Diamond Casino on Facebook.
Austrian gaming operator and supplier Novomatic has announced changes to its leadership team with Thomas Graf named as CEO of the Greentube Group.
Sydney-listed gaming supplier Ainsworth Game Technology (AGT) has posted a 12 per cent decline in revenue to AUD$234.3m for its fiscal year ended 30 June, despite strong growth from its US-facing business.
Scientific Games’ newly-listed social gaming business SciPlay has reported an 18 per cent increase in revenue to $118.1m for the second quarter of 2019, buoyed by a strong performance from its Jackpot Party Casino game.
New York-listed social gaming operator SciPlay has strengthened its board with the appointment of former Buffalo Studios CEO Michael Marchetti as a director.
New York-listed social gaming giant Zynga has reported a 41 per cent increase in revenue to $306m for the second quarter of 2019.
Social gaming operator KamaGames has expanded its offering with the release of a new standalone app, Video Poker by Pokerist.
Seoul-listed DoubleU Games has refuted claims that it offers illegal gambling products via its DoubleDown Interactive social casino subsidiary.
The company is one of several social casino operators facing a lawsuit in Washington state following a decision by the Ninth Circuit of the US Court of Appeals in March, which found that certain [...]
Seoul-listed DoubleU Games has reported a 61 per cent increase in revenue to KRW61.38bn (€45.9m) for the second quarter of 2017, boosted by the first contribution from its newly acquired social casino business DoubleDown Interactive.