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    OPAP-controlled online gaming operator Stoiximan Group has agreed a deal to launch a range of live casino content from Evolution Gaming.

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    Apple has granted developers an extra six months in which to ensure their apps are updated to be fully native to iOS. This follows its announcement in June that gambling apps built with a native wrapper holding an HTML5 product would no longer be hosted in its App Store.

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    Gaming operator and content developer Gamesys has launched a revamped version of its Daily Free Games product, a suite of minigames that allows players to unlock bonus features for real-money slots.

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    Gambling operator Genting has struck a deal to add NetEnt content to its GentingBet online casino portfolio. More than 200 NetEnt titles will now be added to the GentingBet platform.

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    Sports betting software and trading services provider Amelco is to integrate fantasy sports into its modular platform for the first time, via a partnership with Fantasy Sports Interactive (FSI).

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    Gambling operator Betsson will roll out a selection of Slingo-branded games from developer Gaming Realms across its portfolio of online casino brands.

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    Gambling operator Genting has opted to bring its online product range together under a single brand, with its online casino, live casino and sportsbook offering now available under the GentingBet name.

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    Cherry-owned igaming operator ComeOn is to shut down operations in the UK in order to focus on what it described as "favourable markets".

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    Greentube, Novomatic’s interactive division, has strengthened its client portfolio in Colombia by sealing a partnership with local operator BetPlay.

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    Polish bookmaker STS has struck an exclusive deal with BetGames.TV to launch the interactive gaming developer and distributor’s products in the country.

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    Sports betting solutions provider Kambi has expanded its existing supply arrangement with with daily fantasy and sports betting giant DraftKings to cover eight additional US states.

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    Increased B2C revenue resulting from Playtech’s 2018 acquisition of Italy’s Snaitech offset a decline in B2B revenue for the gaming solutions giant in H1, though the deal also resulted in increased depreciation and amortisation, and financial costs, which hit profits.

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    Technology giant Apple has confirmed that all social casino applications available via its App Store will now carry an age rating of 17-plus in all countries and regions.

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    BetVictor has unveiled its new Smart Cards product, giving customers of the online gambling company access to a continuous stream of live horse racing updates.

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    Online payments provider Trustly has appointed former LeoVegas executive Louise Nylén to the newly established role of chief marketing officer.

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    Rush Street Interactive (RSI) has struck a deal with Greentube to offer a selection of games from Novomatic’s interactive division in the Colombian market.

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    The company paid €42.8m in distribution expenses, up 69.2% from last year. Gaming duties increased from €2.1 to €2.4m, while administrative expenses increased from €6.4m to €7m, bringing total expenses to €52.1m, up 54.4% year-on-year.

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    Increased regulation in Sweden and the termination of a large customer contract led to a decline in revenue for Gaming Innovation Group, as the company reported H1 2019 revenue of €63.4m (£58.7m/$70.1m) and a net loss of €9m, up 152% from last year’s net loss of €3.6m.

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    Cherry-owned igaming operator ComeOn and data science specialist neccton have developed a new tool that uses machine learning to help players avoid gambling related harms.

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    Inspired Entertainment saw revenue fall $10.2m (£8.4m/€9.1m) in the second quarter of its financial year, with the decline blamed on the UK government’s decision to reduce maximum B2 machine stakes to £2. The supplier posted a net loss of $10.7m for the period.

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