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    Antonino Pulvirenti, president of Italian football club Catania, has been accused of paying £71,000 (€99,700/$111,600) to fix five matches in order to keep his team in the country’s Serie B second-tier.

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    Gambling revenue in the Chinese resort of Macau fell to a five-year low in June, extending a decline in the market to a 13th consecutive month.

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    John Haddock, chief executive of the Betfred Group, has said that the bookmaker is “delighted” with its performance during the 18 months through to September 2014, having posted turnover of £13.2 billion (€18.8 billion/$20.9 billion) in the period.

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    Playtech has seen off competition from seven other companies to land a contract with Norwegian state-owned gaming operator Norsk Tipping.

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    Texas Congressman Joe Barton has opted to introduce a new online gaming bill in his latest attempt to legalise internet gambling at federal level.

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    Unikrn has raised a fresh $7 million (€6.3 million) in funding from investors including the owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA basketball franchise.

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    19 June 2015

    iGaming Business and Blueclaw have partnered to produce a special edition SEO Report looking at all aspects from partial to exact match domains to schema/rich snippets, and the latest search-related content.

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    15 June 2015

    Eric Olders, chief executive of JVH Gaming, one of Holland's leading operators of land-based gaming machines, talks to iGB about the country's igaming legislation and his plans for turning retail brand presence into online market share.

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    10 June 2015

    Does the recent spate of share buybacks and special dividends reveal a lack of ambition or a lack of M&A opportunities? And where does it leave R&D and innovation? Scott Longley goes through the figures.     

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