Ladbrokes Coral's trading update was encouraging, but Lads' product and tech performance, along with widely-anticipated new UK regulations, will hold the key for the group in 2017.
Australian studio Royal Wins has edged closer to launching a new version of its online casino that it said will introduce skill gambling with real-money rewards.
Professional tennis players Mihaita Damian and Calum Puttergill have been banned from playing by tennis authorities over betting-related corruption offences.
William Hill Australia is to revive the dormant Centrebet brand in the country after previously bringing the operation under its own name.
TAB has launched ‘Check & Collect’, a new product it said has been designed to improve the betting experience of its customers.
2016 was a year of increased regulatory pressure for igaming in Australia. Jamie Nettleton and Nicola Austin of Addisons Lawyers look at what's in store for 2017.
Australia’s Tatts Group has today (Friday) turned down a takeover offer worth A$7.3 billion (€5 billion/US$5.3 billion) from a consortium led by Macquarie Group, in favour of proceeding with a proposed merger with rival Tabcorp.
Digital Sports Tech is to provide its ‘Player Props’ player proposition betting offering to Australian operator TopSport.
Chief executive Henrik Tjärnström discusses the thinking behind Unibet Group’s rebranding to Kindred and why the motto ‘By players, for players’ is still key.
Australian firm Tabcorp has today (Friday) been found guilty of running adverts that illegally lured consumers to open new betting accounts.