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    Racecourse Media Group (RMG) will pay out £109.7m (€127.1m/$141.6m) to 37 UK racecourses after reporting an 18% increase in revenue from media and data rights in 2018.

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    Nevada’s licensed sportsbooks generated total handle of $596.8m in March, setting a new record for amounts wagered in a month where basketball dominated the market.

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    Swedish gaming operator Svenska Spel has reported a 5.9% decline in net gaming revenue for the first quarter of 2019, with growth in the new Sport & Casino igaming division offset by struggles in its lottery and land-based gaming units.

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    Mississippi’s regulated sports betting market has seen revenue grow strongly in March, as a result of punters betting heavily on basketball over the month. Handle climbed to $32.4m, with a market hold of 15.11% resulting in $4.9m of taxable revenue.

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    Sports betting services provider Kambi Group has cited the launch of Sweden's newly-regulated igaming market and its ongoing expansion efforts in the US as among the main drivers of a 28% year-on-year increase in revenue during the first quarter of 2019.

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    Sweden’s newly regulated igaming market has generated total turnover of SEK3.29bn (£271.3m/€313.8m/$352.8m) in the first quarter of the year, with former horse racing monopoly AB Trav och Galopp (ATG) dominating the channel. Svenska Spel Sport & Casino and ATG accounted for 50% of online market turnover over the three month period.

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    Pennsylvania’s licensed fantasy sports operators have reported a slight improvement in revenue for March, following three consecutive months of decline, with revenue up $5,000 from February.

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    Pennsylvania’s regulated sports betting market has posted its strongest revenue and handle figures since its opening, boosted by additional properties launching sportsbooks in March.

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    Delaware’s legal sports betting sector has been given a significant boost after it was revealed that revenue from the state’s regulated market amounted to $1.6m (£1.3m/€1.5m) in March, up from just $22,152 in the previous month.

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    New Jersey's licensed igaming and sports betting operators set new monthly revenue records for each vertical in March, which helped the state post a 34.5% year-on-year increase in gaming revenue to $294.0m (£224.7m/€259.8m) for the month.

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    The first six months of legal sports betting in West Virginia has seen the state’s licensed operators generate revenue of $10.1m (£7.7m/€8.9m), with the Penn National Gaming-operated Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races leading the market.

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    Delaware’s legal sports wagering market suffered further setbacks in February as licensed operators generated total revenue of just $22,152 (£16,809/€19,696) for the month.

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    Rhode Island has posted a loss of $890,623 (£682,455/€795,218) on legal sports betting for February, with an increase in handle offset by higher player winnings.

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    The Nevada Gaming Control Board has reported an 11.5% year-on-year rise in sports betting handle for February, though the state also saw gaming revenue across all verticals decline marginally for the month.

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    A new report commissioned by German operator body the Deutsche Sportwettenverband (DSWV) has claimed that a turnover tax levied on betting shops by local authorities across the country contravenes federal law.

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    London-listed Sportech has described 2018 as a challenging year for the business, which resulted in revenue declining 3.9%, though highlighted the success of cost control efforts that helped the business cut losses for the period.

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    Sports betting revenue in Pennsylvania fell by 25.4% month-on-month in February despite the state’s handle only falling slightly, according to the latest figures released by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB).

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    The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has reported a 23% decline in fantasy contests revenue for February, the vertical’s third consecutive month of decline. Total revenue for February fell to $1.6m (£1.2m/€1.4m), with DraftKings leading the market in the month.

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    The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has reported a 25.6% year-on-year increase in gaming revenue in February, though the contributions from igaming and sports betting fell sequentially.

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    The strong performance of the sports betting and casino verticals helped Spanish online gaming revenue grow 25.5% year-on-year in 2018.

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