Scott Secord, chief executive of Gaming Nation, has declared himself “pleased” with the Canadian gaming platform supplier’s performance during the three months to March 31, citing growth within its 5050 Central business as a major highlight.
Sports and entertainment technology firm Gaming Nation has cited the impact of transaction acquisition costs as the main reasons behind a net loss of $23 million (€20.4 million) during the 12 months to December 31, 2015.
CG Technology, the sports betting technology provider previously known as Cantor Gaming and Wagering, has launched legal action against DraftKings and FanDuel, accusing the daily fantasy sports (DFS) firms of patent infringement.
After a hugely successful launch in 2015 the iGaming North America 2016 awards were presented during a prestigious ceremony on the third day of the iGaming North America Conference to a crowd of industry executives.
Australian online betting firm Crownbet and national pay-television broadcaster Fox Sports have joined forces with daily fantasy sports (DFS) platform DraftDay to launch a new fantasy sports website in the country.
FanDuel has announced that it is to withdraw its services from Texas in response to a recent ruling by the US state’s Attorney General, while the company and rival daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator DraftKings will meet with officials in Nevada today (Monday) to discuss their future in the state.
Florida has edged closer to legalising daily fantasy sports (DFS) after two bills that would make such games legal in the state were approved by the Senate Regulated Industries Committee and House Finance and Tax Committee.
John Treadwell, a state assistant attorney general in Vermont, has declared that online daily fantasy sports (DFS) games are illegal in the US state, but has backed a bill that would regulate the sector.
The Massachusetts Lottery Commission has revealed that it has begun collecting information on the online lottery industry as part of the potential legalisation of fantasy sports and other internet gaming in the US state.
Daily fantasy sports (DFS) operators DraftKings and FanDuel will be allowed to remain operational in New York, despite a court ruling that neither company can conduct business in the state for the foreseeable future.