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    Lottery betting operator Lottoland has rebranded its business-to-business arm as ALOT Solutions in an effort to provide a clear distinction between its various divisions.

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    The New Hampshire Executive Council has voted to approve the state lottery’s decision to award DraftKings an exclusive contract to operate sports betting in the Granite State. 

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    William Hill US is set to launch betting on horse racing in Florida after agreeing a deal to open a new land-based facility at Casino Miami, marking the first time it will operate in the market.

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    Responsible Affiliates in Gambling (RAiG), the new trade association formed by Better Collective, Oddschecker and Racing Post, has published details of its social responsibility audit with the aim of showing that its members are compliant with relevant UK regulatory requirements.

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    Tennessee has released its draft sports wagering rules, including stringent advertising regulations, for public comment.

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    The Lithuania Gambling Supervisory Authority is to lobby the Vilnius Regional Administrative Court for the power to block access and payments to unlicensed gambling sites, as it looks to step up efforts to tackle illegal gambling.

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    The Swedish Patent and Market Court has ruled in favour of the country’s consumer ombudsman and against Global Gaming's Ninja Casino, determining that the brand's use of full-screen pop-up ads contravenes the legal requirement for “moderation” in gambling advertising.

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    Kindred Group has agreed a deal for its Unibet brand to become an authorised sports betting operator of North America’s National Basketball Association (NBA).

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    Sky Sports-owned At The Races (ATR) has entered into a multi-year turnover-based streaming and data deal with Betfred, covering a wide range of horseracing content from the UK.

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    Australia’s government will introduce legislation to create a national self-exclusion register for citizens, the latest stage in the ongoing implementation of the country's National Consumer Protection Framework.

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    Betting technology provider Sportech believes it is on track to surpass its forecasted adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) for the current financial year, while group revenue looks set to be in line with expectations.

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    The Montana Lottery Commission has approved rules for its new sports wagering product in the state, which will be named Sports Bet Montana.

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    The UK Conservative Party will conduct a review of the 2005 Gambling Act should voters elect it into government at the General Election scheduled for 12 December, the party’s manifesto has pledged.

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    Yggdrasil, the online gaming solutions provider owned by Cherry, has appointed industry veteran Björn Krantz to head up its new publishing business.

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    Venture capital fund Vereeni Investments, together with investment and M&A brokerage RB Capital, have jointly acquired a significant stake in casino content supplier Green Jade Games.

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    Austria’s leading gambling trade group has called for an end to Casinos Austria’s monopoly in light of the political scandal currently engulfing the operator.

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    The body responsible for processing German online sports betting licence applications has once again stressed that operators must shut down any online casino or poker products if they are to operate legally in the market.

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    SportStack, a new peer-to-peer sports exchange platform developed by two former Goldman Sachs FX traders, has launched in the UK.

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    Malta-based gaming group Romix Limited is set to launch in Sweden’s regulated market after obtaining a licence from the country’s regulator.

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    Problem gambling has replaced consumer protection as the main concern for regulators around the world according to new data issued by the International Association of Gaming Regulators (IAGR).

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