New York-listed lottery and gaming supplier Scientific Games has announced the resignation of David L. Kennedy from its board of directors.
Casino operator Hard Rock International has rolled out a new gambling literacy and education program to help problem gamblers in the United States.
Online gaming operators active in the Netherlands gambling market will have to abide by a new age verification requirement effective 1 January 2020.
American broadcasting company FOX Corp. has successfully challenged its inclusion in the FTSE Russell Gambling Business Activity Exclusion List.
The Australian Banking Association has released a consultation paper on the use of credit cards for gambling.
Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack has been unveiled as the new official partner of NFL club the Philadelphia Eagles.
New York-listed supplier International Game Technology (IGT) has expanded its sports betting technology to a third casino customer in New York.
Research by Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen has revealed a decline in the number of gamblers in the country over the past 12 months following re-regulation.
Australian lawmakers voted Thursday in favour of legislation to establish a national self-exclusion register for online gambling.
New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has handed out $158,536 in fines and penalties to licensed iGaming operators and suppliers including SG Digital, William Hill, GAN, Gaming Innovation Group and PokerStars.
Stockholm-listed iGaming operator Enlabs has appointed George Ustinov as chief operating officer (COO) and deputy CEO, with Adam Jonsson replacing him as the company’s new finance chief.
London-listed US racetrack and betting operator Webis Holdings has extended its lease at California’s Cal Expo racetrack to continue to conduct harness racing through to 1 May 2025.