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Online and mobile game supplier iSoftBet has sealed an agreement to provide a range of content to the interactive division of UK bookmaker William Hill.
Australia-based slot machine supplier Ainsworth Game Technology has registered a 37.8-per-cent year-on-year fall in net profits for the six months up to the end of December 2016.
The iGaming Cloud subsidiary of Gaming Innovation Group (GIG) has confirmed the launch of new sports betting operator Wetten.com.
Kindred, the operator of Unibet, has reached an agreement to acquire online gaming operator 32Red for £175.6m (€207m/$219m), the two companies announced this (Thursday) morning to the London Stock Exchange.
Playtech has posted a significant increase in full-year turnover after citing a strong performance by its gaming division.
William Hill is set to promote Philip Bowcock to become the UK bookmaker’s new chief executive on a permanent basis, according to the Financial Times newspaper.
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NetRefer, the Unified Performance Marketing Leader, has been placed in the Inc. 5000 Europe list of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the European continent for the second year in a row.
Fresh from a nomination at the iGB awards, leading odds comparison company Easyodds.com have released their 2017 Cheltenham Festival app.
Software company to provide major bookmaker with a range of premium HTML5 content
Whether it is AMP, VSO or content 2.0, Alexandra Bogdanova lists the key challenges affiliates will have to be address to develop their businesses in 2017.
The decline of poker has been accepted as unstoppable by many in the industry. But GG Network’s Hilly Ehrlich thinks a turnaround in fortunes is on the cards.
Artificial intelligence is an 'asteroid' set to change the marketing landscape forever, writes Jon Epstein, but how exactly does it apply to affiliates in the gambling space?
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Dan Waugh of Regulus Partners says remote businesses need to engage with the current crop of reviews, which may be unwelcome but is also probably overdue.