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    New Zealand casino operator SkyCity Group is to ease certain novel coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions at its Hamilton and Queenstown properties, but warned measures will remain place for its facilities in Auckland for the foreseeable future.

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    Premier League football club Aston Villa has announced Macau-based operator LT as its official betting partner, and will wear the brand’s logo on its sleeve during the 2020/21 season.

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    The Turkish National Lottery's instant ticket retail and digital gaming systems, supplied by Scientific Games, have gone live across 5,000 retailers, with a plan to double that number by the end of 2020.

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    The Mayor of Bogotá, Colombia’s capital and largest city, has authorised the reopening of the city’s land-based gaming sector, meaning 515 casinos and 17 bingo halls can now reopen.

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    The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is to investigate Evolution Gaming’s proposed acquisition of NetEnt, over concerns that the merger could lead to a reduction in competition in the British igaming market.

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    Baltics-facing igaming operator Enlabs has put forward its offer to acquire all remaining shares in Global Gaming, in a deal that values the business at SEK450m (£39.8m/€43.2m/$50.6m).

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    Ninja Casino operator Global Gaming has announced that Tobias Fagerlund has left his role as chief executive of the business with immediate effect.

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    Greek gaming and lotteries operator and supplier Intralot has partnered Microsoft to deploy the technology giant's cloud platform as it looks to enhance its digital capabilities.

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    An Austrian and a Danish citizen have been charged with operating illegal gambling, tax evasion and social security fraud, following a raid by the Austrian Financial Police (Finanzpolizei) on an illegal poker room in Vienna.

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    Bars in Las Vegas – including those in casinos – were permitted to reopen on Sunday (20 September) after being forced to close due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).

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    Sportradar has brokered a deal for online gambling operator 22Bet to become an official partner of French Ligue 1 football club Paris Saint-Germain.

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    Casinos in London have offered to temporarily close their bars to help prevent a curfew that they said would result in the loss of thousands of jobs across the market amid the ongoing novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

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    South African gaming and entertainment business Tsogo Sun Gaming (TSG) has announced a series of changes to its board and management committees.

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    Casinos and slot halls in the Dutch regions of Amsterdam-Amstelland, Haaglanden, Hollands Midden, Rijnmond and Utrecht must be fully closed by 1am under new novel coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions.

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    GVC Holdings has joined forces with responsible gambling training platform RG24seven to deliver specialist education to its staff in the US.

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    Playtech has launched a new safer gambling and digital wellbeing programme in collaboration with Canada-based non-profit the Responsible Gambling Council (RGC).

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    The national government of Colombia has legally ratified Decree 808, which was introduced in June this year to help shore up the country's gambling industry and protect funding for its heathcare system in the wake of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

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    South Korean casino operator Kangwon Land will now keep its flagship venue in Jeongseongun closed until October, the fourth time it has pushed back the reopening date for the property.

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    The Belgian Gambling Commission has set out plans to establish a new industry working group, with the aim of clamping down on illegal gambling activities in the country.

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    Today (19 September) saw the launch of Peers for Gambling Reform, one of the largest groups within the House of Lords across all sections, which will campaign for the reform of the gambling industry in Great Britain.

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