Oslo-listed gaming operator Gaming Innovation Group has reported a 16 per cent decline in revenue to €31.0m in the second quarter of 2019, with the decline attributed to lower player activity and higher betting duties in Sweden.
Stockholm-listed gaming operator LeoVegas has reported an 8 per cent increase in revenue to €94.4m for the second quarter of 2019.
English Premier League football club Leicester City has named Asian-facing betting operator 19.com as its new official betting partner.
Austria’s second most populous state, Lower Austria, has unveiled new sports betting legislation that will license online operators for the first time.
The National Football League (NFL) has expanded its partnership with Sportradar to make the company its exclusive distributor of official league data to media outlets and gaming markets.
Toronto-listed gaming operator The Stars Group has appointed experienced video game executive John Schappert as an independent director.
New York-listed gaming supplier Inspired Entertainment has reported a 28 per cent decline in revenue to $26.7m for the second quarter of 2019.
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.
China plans to crackdown on citizens gambling with online operators in the Philippines, with the Ministry of Public Security targeting online payment processors for action.
The Indiana Gaming Commission has authorised five companies to serve as sports betting vendors in the recently regulated market.
Affinity Gaming’s Lakeside Hotel & Casino in Iowa will open the doors to its new William Hill sportsbook next week.
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.