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    The GB Gambling Commission has launched a 12-week consultation on potential restrictions on the use of credit cards for gambling, although an outright ban is likely to be robustly opposed by the industry.

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    Clarion Gaming, the parent company of iGaming Business, has partnered SiGMA Group for a new Asian gaming event under the ICE banner. The event will take place from 7 to 9 June next year, at the SMX Manila in the Philippines. 

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    Multinational online payments giant Paysafe Group has appointed Philip McHugh as its new chief executive, replacing Joel Leonoff in the role. McHugh joins from Total System Services, with Leonoff shifting to a new role as vice chair of Paysafe's board.

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    GVC Holdings has finalised the sale of its Kalixa Group payments arm to Senjō Group.

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    Online and mobile credentials authentication business Jumio has announced that its US operation has commenced voluntary Chapter 11 proceedings in the US Bankruptcy Court in a move that will enable the company to sell its assets.

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    Interactive gaming and gambling recruitment consultancy Pentasia has launched a new website in an effort to help users better locate jobs within the industry.

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    Private equity group CVC Capital Partners is to provide an $80 million (€73.4 million) growth equity investment to Kount, a US-based provider of online and mobile fraud detection and prevention solutions.

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    GVC Holdings has turned down approaches for a number of assets owned by bwin.party, the online gaming operator it has agreed to acquire.

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    Online payment provider Optimal Payments has struck a deal to acquire mobile platform developer FANS Entertainment for approximately C$16 million (€11.7 million/US$12.8 million).

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    The American Gaming Association (AGA) has confirmed the addition of six new board members and three general members as part of a new membership structure approved by its board of directors late last year.