The American Gaming Association (AGA) has announced four new senior level appointments.
iGaming software solutions provider Digitain has announced plans to build a new tech hub for developing companies in the Armenian capital Yerevan.
Oslo-listed gaming operator and supplier Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) is strengthening its Know Your Customer (KYC) process with the help of identity confirmation provider HooYu.
Gibraltar-based online gaming operator Petfre, owner of the Betfred brand, has become the latest operator to be fined by the UK Gambling Commission for historical anti-money laundering failures.
British problem gambling support charity GambleAware and the Football Supporters Association (FSA) have teamed up with Ex-England goalkeeper David James to promote the safer gambling campaign Bet Regret.
Italy and US-focused gaming operator Newgioco Group has entered into a multi-year agreement with sports bar chain Handle 19 to provide its sports betting platform in the District of Columbia.
London-listed betting and gaming operator GVC Holdings has launched the first US foundation for responsible gambling, corporate compliance and integrity.
New York-listed lottery and gaming supplier International Game Technology (IGT) has accepted an invitation from the UK national standards body BSI and the All-in Diversity Project (AIDP) to join the Workplace Code of Practice Steering Group.
West Virginia’s regulated sports betting market recorded total stakes of $25.20m excluding voided bets in the four-week period ended September 28, with $21.45m paid out in winnings.
London-listed gaming operator GVC Holdings has reported a 1 per cent decline in group net gaming revenue for the third quarter of 2019, as solid growth in online gaming and sports betting was offset by falling revenue in retail.
Sports data and trading services supplier Betgenius has bolstered its offering with the launch of a new live streaming service for operators.
The Australian state of Tasmania has confirmed that the point of consumption tax on gambling which comes into force on January 1st, 2020, will be charged at 15 per cent of net revenue, prompting an outcry from the industry.