Britain’s leading gaming operators have established an independent committee to make recommendations on how best to administer funds committed to safer gambling initiatives.
Lawmakers in Connecticut have introduced legislation which would authorize a Bridgeport Casino and other entertainment facilities, as well as allow sports betting and online gaming.
New York-listed Scientific Games Corporation has reported flat revenue of $845m for the second quarter of 2019, with growth in Lottery, SciPlay and Digital offset by a decline in its core Gaming division.
Sports data provider Sportradar has agreed an integrity services deal with eSports competition organiser Riot Games, as well as an extended partnership with the German Football League (DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga).
Paysafe Group’s digital marketing division Income Access has agreed a deal with William Hill US.
Gibraltar-based betting and gaming operator Mansion Group has announced a new management structure, with David Murphy joining the company as chief marketing officer.
New York-listed International Game Technology (IGT) has reported a 3 per cent increase in revenue to $1,234m for the second quarter of 2019.
New York-listed Penn National Gaming has appointed Jay Snowden to succeed long-serving chief executive Tim Wilmott in January.
London-listed gaming technology provider Playtech has signed a long-term partnership with leading Portuguese casino operator Solverde Group.
Stockholm-listed sports betting solutions provider Kambi has agreed a multi-year deal to serve as the exclusive sportsbook supplier to Penn National Gaming.
New York-listed operator Penn National Gaming has announced a raft of sports betting and iGaming partnerships across the United States.
Rhode Island’s two licensed casino operators collected total sports wagers of $113.8m during the first half of 2019.