Stoiximan Group has extended the reach of its Betano brand by rolling out the online gambling service in Portugal. The new Betano.pt website will feature a sportsbook with live betting and a casino offering.
Danish gambling operator Danske Spil has agreed a deal to take ownership of Tivoli Casino’s online gaming business. Danske Spil will be able to use the TivoliCasino.dk brand as part of its business for the next 10 years.
Genius Sports Group has finalised a major betting data partnership with Football DataCo, giving the supplier exclusive rights to collect, license and distribute live data from the UK’s leading football competitions, including the Premier League.
Fox Sports, a subsidiary of US television broadcaster Fox Corporation, has partnered The Stars Group to launch a new sports betting service in the country. Fox Sports will acquire a 4.99% stake in the PokerStars operator as part of the agreement, paying $236m (£181.6m/€211.0m).
US casino giant Caesars Entertainment has joined forces with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on a new initiative focused on developing technologies for the casino gambling and sports betting markets.
Sports betting services provider Kambi Group has agreed a deal to supply its sportsbook platform to William Hill in the regulated Swedish market. The bookmaker is in the process of establishing its brand in the country having rebranded Evoke Gaming's RedBet.se site as WilliamHill.se.
Australian sports betting operator PointsBet has agreed a deal to provide its sportsbook services to Catfish Bend Casino in Burlington, Iowa, despite the state yet to finalise plans to legalise sports wagering.
Betfred has unveiled a suite of managed sports betting and trading products, specifically developed for the US market. The bookmaker is working with SCCG Management as it looks to win clients in the tribal and non-tribal sectors.
Online gambling operator Bet365 has joined forces with EML Payments to develop a new prepaid credit card in New Jersey. The operator is yet to launch in the state but has a partnership in place do so with the the Hard Rock Atlantic City casino.
US casino operator Delaware North has filed a lawsuit against its sports betting joint venture partner Miomni Gaming, accusing the supplier and its CEO Michael Venner of engaging in “an ongoing pattern of misrepresentation and bad faith” throughout the partnership.