The European Commission has extended the standstill period in place for Germany’s revamped gambling legislation, while a number of stakeholders have flagged a range of concerns with the proposed regulatory framework.
Italian operator and supplier Newgioco Group expects to see revenue for the second quarter of 2020 to fall by up to 52.7%, following the disruption caused to the business by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Malta-based sports betting supplier, Betby, has been granted its supplier licence by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), a key milestone for the company as it continues its expansion into new jurisdictions.
Super League Greece, the country’s highest level professional football league, has announced Malta-headquartered sports betting operator Interwetten as its gold sponsor for the next three years, starting with the 2020-2021 season.
Online gambling platform provider i3 Interactive announced the launch of its new online sports betting and gaming brand, Blitzbet. The dot.eu brand is currently available in a limited number of jurisdictions.
Industry giant Playtech announced today (27 July) it has extended its partnership with Fortuna in the Czech Republic, through the launch of end-user versions of its native casino app in the jurisdiction.
B2B fantasy sports supplier Scout Gaming announced it will launch a follow-on from last year’s Premier League season-long fantasy contest, The Quarter Million, by offering a guaranteed prize pool of €1m for the 2020-21 season.
The European Gaming and Betting Association's (EGBA) pan-European advertising code has secured a major endorsement from a non-industry body, with the European Association for TV and Radio Sales Houses (EGTA) throwing its weight behind the standardised best practice blueprint.
Know Your Customer (KYC) specialist, HooYu released the results of a survey today (25 June) showing that 93% of gaming compliance managers expect to see an increase in fraud and chargebacks during by the novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Global mobile payment and mobile identity company, Boku, has conditionally agreed to the acquisition of Estonia-based Fortumo Holdings and its subsidiaries in a deal with a maximum value of $41 million.