London-listed gaming supplier Playtech has agreed a major platform deal with Columbian operator Aquila Global.
William Hill is significantly expanding its US sports betting business with the acquisition of CG Technology’s sportsbook assets and operations in Nevada and the Bahamas.
New York-listed supplier International Game Technology (IGT) has extended its US sports betting footprint to the state of Oregon.
Mississippi’s 26 licensed sportsbook operators collected total wagers of $48.0m during the month of October, with more than half of all bets placed on American football.
Malta-based casino supplier Swintt has agreed a deal to integrate its portfolio of online casino games with eSports betting operator Unikrn.
London-listed betting and gaming operator William Hill grew revenue by 1 per cent in the four-month period ended October 29, with falling retail revenue once again offset by growth in the United States and online.
Florida Senator Jeff Brandes has filed three bills this week which aim to legalise and regulate sports betting in the state.
Italy and US-facing betting and gaming operator Newgioco Group has reported a 14 per cent decline in revenue to $6.8m for the third quarter of 2019.
Malta-based iGaming platform provider Singular has launched the latest iteration of its sports betting platform.
Pennsylvania’s regulated land-based and online gambling market saw total revenue increase by 11 per cent to $283.7m during the month of October, with growing contributions from sports betting and iGaming.
Stockholm-listed gaming operator Kindred Group has launched its second online sportsbook and casino in the United States under its flagship Unibet brand.
New Jersey’s regulated betting and gaming market grew by 23 per cent to $293.9m in October following record performances from sports betting and iGaming.