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    Scientific Games has agreed a deal to provide its WAVE retailer terminals and associated services to Italian pari-mutuel games operator Sisal on an exclusive basis.

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    Rush Street Interactive is set to launch the first mobile sports betting app in Indiana after being granted authorization from the Indiana Gaming Commission.

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    Social casino operator KamaGames has announced a wide-ranging overhaul of its flagship Pokerist app, which sees the studio launch a social sports betting product for the first time. A range of additional features, including a new app guide, Alice and Wonderland-themed slot and referral programme for players, have also gone live.

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    Gaming Realms has put an 18% year-on-year rise in revenue primarily down to growth within its licensing division, while the mobile games developer was also able to cut its pre-tax loss in the period.

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    New Zealand’s Minister for Racing, Winston Peters, has outlined his expectations for the country’s new Racing Industry Transition Agency (RITA), saying that he anticipates the body leading the national horse racing industry to sustainable growth.

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    The New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (NJTHA) has claimed victory in a long-running legal dispute with the leading US professional sports leagues over sports betting.

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    NetEnt chief operating officer Björn Krantz has left the slot specialist after more than ten years, iGamingBusiness.com has learned. Following his departure, the company is to restructure its commercial teams into a single unit. 

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    Panama’s Game Control Board (JCJ) has announced that it plans on eliminating the controversial 5.5% tax on all gambling winnings, including the betting stake, introduced by the previous government of the country in 2015.

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    English League One football club AFC Wimbledon has suspended manager Wally Downes after he was issued with a misconduct charge by the English Football Association (FA) for breaching its betting rules.

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    Sport New Zealand, the Crown entity with oversight for governing sport and recreation, has published a series of recommendations of how to improve sporting integrity in the country, including a proposal for the government to sign up to the Macolin Convention.

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    The Belgian Gaming Commission (BGC) has launched a consultation on the sweeping advertising restrictions that came into effect from 1 June this year, through which it is looking to understand the challenges operators face in complying with the new controls.

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    Greek lottery and gaming operator OPAP has set out plans to appeal a decision by the Greek Council of State to revoke its online sports betting licence. OPAP said it will evaluate how to pursue the protection of its interests "by all legal means".

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    The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has warned Kindred Group-owned 32Red after two paid ads for a game described as "high risk" appeared in the results of a search for 'Jack and the Beanstalk' on Google.

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    Esports bookmaker Loot.Bet has signed up as an Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) anti-corruption supporter and member of the ESIC betting alert network. Loot.Bet will provide ESIC with betting data in order to help investigate possible instances of match-fixing and fraud.

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    Norway’s state-owned totalisator betting business Norsk Rikstoto has proposed establishing a mandatory monthly spending limit for all customers, with the country’s gambling regulator speaking out in favour of the proposal.

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    Swansea City has launched a new responsible gambling project with the aim of helping protect supporters from gambling-related harms and educating players about the risks involved with betting.

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    Uwe Conradt, the director of the Landesmedienanstalt Saarland (LMS), the German state’s supervisory authority for radio and television, accused Scheswig-Holstein licensed operators of flouting advertising restrictions, saying they had “massively endangered” efforts to tackle gambling addiction in the country.

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    The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has warned Pacific Star Network (PSN) about its future conduct after its SEN+ online sports radio streamed a gambling advert during live audio coverage of the 2019 Australian Open.

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    The consultation on the Netherlands’ secondary regulations for online gaming has raised concerns about proposed restrictions on betting on certain sports and in-play wagering, with contributors warning these may push players towards unlicensed operators.

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    The New Hampshire Lottery has received 13 proposals from potential vendors and retailers interested in offering sports betting in the US state.

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