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The Seminole Tribe’s Hard Rock enterprise has been a cautious entrant into the world of iGaming but following the opening of its new casino in Atlantic City and news that it will partner with bet365, it is ready to make a splash. Gaming Intelligence speaks to Hard Rock International’s SVP of online gaming Kresimir Spajic.

In the second part of our series on some of the unheralded companies looking to make a splash in the post-PASPA US market, we look at Joe Brennan’s SportAD. Brennan has been waiting longer than most for this opportunity.

Years of remarkable growth were not enough keep CEO Per Eriksson in a job when NetEnt’s profit dipped. Now Therese Hillman takes on the challenge of delivering on the company's high expectations.

As trading has become an increasingly automated service, the bookmaking industry is losing a key skillset. This is putting pressure on operators’ margins, to the point where sports betting is at risk of becoming more akin to a casino product.

In the first in a series of articles on some of the less obvious companies looking to benefit from the US Supreme Court repeal of PASPA, we talk to Colossus Bets chief operating officer David O’Reilly about the beauty of pools betting.

The politics of UK horse racing have held it back for years. Alizeti chairman Eamonn Wilmott believes his team can bring the industry Together for the Tote and launch a bright, digital future that reinvigorates a sleeping giant.

Match-fixing looms large over the sports betting industry and solutions to tackle betting-related corruption are more important than ever, particularly in light of this week's US Supreme Court decision against the country's general sports betting prohibition.

SG Digital’s OpenBet is the dominant sports betting platform supporting the UK’s biggest bookmakers. Executive vice president of sportsbook Keith O’Loughlin tells Gaming Intelligence what he is expecting from the World Cup.

They’ve only gone and done it again. The remarkable history of this remarkable company continues. The Stars Group’s $4.7 billion acquisition of Sky Betting & Gaming took just about everyone by surprise.