Daily news

  • daily_news

    William Hill’s efforts to mitigate the effects of the £2 fixed odds betting terminal (FOBT) stake cap impacted the operator’s results for a second year in 2019.

  • daily_news

    William Hill is to expand its reach into Michigan after it agreed a new long-term partnership with the federally recognized tribal gaming operator, the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians (GTB).

  • daily_news

    Sweden’s AB Trav och Galopp (ATG) posted the highest full-year revenue in the company’s history in 2019, though a decline in its core racing vertical and Sweden’s new gaming taxes hit operating profit for the year.

  • daily_news

    The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has reported a 16.9% year-on-year rise in gambling revenue for January, aided by growing contributions from igaming and sports betting. 

  • daily_news

    Ahead of a meeting of German lawmakers in Nordrhein-Westphalen today (19 February), the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) has proposed a series of changes to ensure a successful re-regulation of the country’s igaming market.

  • daily_news

    France’s online gaming market revenue grew 18.1% year-on-year to €1.42bn in 2019, thanks in part to a 27.3% increase in the contirbution from sports betting, according to online gambling regulator L’Autorité nationale de régulation des jeux en ligne (ARJEL).

  • daily_news

    Scientific Games has signed a four-year extension to its deal with William Hill to continue to provide the bookmaker with its sports betting and igaming solutions in the UK and Europe.

  • daily_news

    Svenska Spel's revenue declined and new taxes slashed profits in what chief executive Patrik Hofbauer called “the most tumultuous year in the history of the group and the [Swedish] gaming industry.”

  • daily_news

    Unibet operator Kindred Group has revealed a year-on-year decline in profit for 2019, primarily due to higher costs associated with its expansion efforts in the US.

  • daily_news

    Playtech has entered into a new digital sports betting partnership with Greek operator OPAP, while the gambling technology giant has also signed an extension to its long-term agreement with online gaming operator Mansion.

  • daily_news

    Gambling software supplier GAN has said that it expects to surpass its financial forecasts for 2019, with revenue set to grow by between 115% and 120% year-on-year.

  • daily_news

    Mississippi Representative Cedric Burnett has resurrected a bill to legalize mobile wagering in the state, having previously seen a similar proposal die without progressing to a committee hearing in 2019. 

  • daily_news

    Penn National Gaming (PNG) has entered into an exclusive sports wagering and online casino partnership with Barstool Sports, in a deal that will also see the operator acquire a 36% stake in the digital sports media company.

  • daily_news

    FanDuel and Twin River Casino Holdings have agreed to a market access partnership which would see the FanDuel sportsbook app launched in Colorado when legal sports betting becomes available in the state.

  • daily_news

    Schleswig-Holstein claims that Germany’s 16 federal states have made a breakthrough in negotiations over a new State Treaty on Gambling, describing the agreed model as a “really good result” for all jurisdictions.

  • daily_news

    Gaming solutions provider Inspired Entertainment has secured a deal to launch its virtual sports titles with bet365 in New Jersey, and also agreed to provide a selection of its online casino games to 888.

  • daily_news

    Players in Pennsylvania spent a total of $1.26bn on legal sports wagering in the first half of the state’s 2019-20 financial year, while revenue for the regulated market reached $91.4m during the period.

  • daily_news

    Players wagered a total of $4.58bn (£3.52bn/€4.11bn) in New Jersey over the course of 2019, with operators generating revenue of $299.4m for the year.

  • daily_news

    Nevada’s sports betting handle reached a new high watermark of $614.1m as the state’s casinos took in a total of $937.5m in revenue.

  • daily_news

    Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has ratified bills to legalize sports betting and online gaming in the state, paving the way for a 2020 roll-out. 

Pages