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    Unibet has signed a multi-year partnership with the National Football League’s (NFL) Philadelphia Eagles that will see Kindred Group brand heavily featured around the team’s stadium and digital assets.

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    Dutch gambling monopoly Holland Casino has entered into a partnership with B2C marketing automation specialist Selligent Marketing Cloud with the aim of enhancing its omni-channel marketing efforts and boosting guest experiences.

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    This week we see echoes of Teddy Sagi in the Gamesys/JPJ deal, consider both sides in the RAIG debate, ponder the wisdom of Neds and Ladbrokes pushing their luck Down Under and are reminded of Animal House by the political wrangling in Louisiana

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    iGaming affiliate marketing giant Raketech entered the online casino market with the launch of its new brand Rapidi. The site, powered by Bethard Group's Together Gaming platform and featuring Trustly's rapid deposit solution Pay N Play, is live for Finnish and Swedish players.

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    Marketing platform provider First Look Games has formed a strategic partnership with iGaming Business, the publishing division of igaming events giant Clarion Gaming, to help increase exposure for games developers.

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    Sweden’s former gambling monopoly Svenska Spel is to stop advertising its online casino offering  for the rest of 2019, over concerns that the vertical could lead to significant increases in problem gambling in the market.

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    Tribal-run Casino Arizona has acquired the naming rights to the Phoenix Rising Sports Complex, the home stadium of United Soccer League (USL) club Phoenix Rising FC.

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    The Boston Red Sox has become the first Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise to enter into a partnership with a casino and gaming company after confirming a deal with MGM Resorts International.

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    Connecticut's Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort has entered into a strategic partnership with Major League Soccer (MLS) club New York City FC, the pair pledging to offer fans and customers “money-can’t-buy” experiences.

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    Eight NFL franchises already have partnerships in place with Caesars