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    Pariplay, the igaming platform and content developer, has secured a Class II gaming licence in Romania. The permit will allow Pariplay to supply its range of online casino games to the country’s regulated market.

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    Online games developer Wazdan has been granted the relevant certification to provide its range of products to partner operators in the regulated Swedish market.

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    The English Football Association (FA) has contacted Huddersfield Town over the Championship club’s new partnership with Paddy Power, amid concerns that the shirt sponsorship element of the deal breaches its regulations.

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    GVC Holdings has agreed a deal to sell its 50% interest in the Sportium Apuestas Deportivas joint venture with Cirsa, in a move that will mark its exit from the Spanish retail betting market.

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    Global Gaming is poised to recommence operations in the Swedish market after revealing it will launch a new online casino in the country through its partnership with igaming technology and platform provider Finnplay Group.

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    Bookmaker Betfred is to expand into the US after agreeing a deal to provide sports betting technology and operations to Elite Casino Resort-owned Grand Falls Casino Resort in Iowa.

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    Gambling group Codere has appointed Luis Sánchez Serrano as its new corporate director of technology and digitalisation. Sánchez Serrano will report directly to group chief executive Vicente Di Loreto.

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    The Federal Court of Australia has set a new date of September 4 for the first case management hearing over an intellectual property rights infringement dispute between rivals Aristocrat Technologies and Ainsworth Game Technology.

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    The UK Government is to launch a consultation over proposals to increase the minimum age consumers must be to purchase a National Lottery scratchcard and play online instant win games from 16 to 18.

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    GVC Holdings has cited growth within its online gambling business as the main reason behind a 5% year-on-year increase in net gaming revenue during the six months to June 30, 2019, despite a decline in revenue within the operator’s UK retail arm.

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    The Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady has become the first licensed venue in New York to accept legal sports bets, six years to the month after land-based sports wagering was legalised in the state.

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    Mobile games developer Gaming Realms has finalised the sale of its Bear Group B2C subsidiary to River iGaming. The deal, first announced in February, is worth a total consideration of £11.5m (€12.7m/$14.3m).

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    William Hill US has agreed to provide both land-based and mobile sports betting services to Eldorado Resorts’ Isle Casino Hotel Bettendorf and Isle Casino Hotel Waterloo in Iowa.

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    Monthly revenue from Delaware’s regulated online gaming market slipped to a year-low of $257,263 (£206,610/€229,086) in June, while consumer spending was at its lowest since January.

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    Greek gaming operator OPAP has confirmed that Michal Houst is to step down as chief financial officer and deputy chief executive by the end of September.

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    The Stars Group has agreed a deal to roll out Paysafe Group’s Rapid Transfer payment solution with its PokerStars flagship poker brand in 10 European countries.

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    Clarion Gaming, parent company of iGaming Business, has been approved as an associate member of the Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM).

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    Cherry AB subsidiary ComeOn has been awarded new licences permitting it to offer its sportsbook and casino products in the regulated Danish market.

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    A bill to include sports betting in the list of Class III tribal gaming products is headed to the North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper after it was approved by the state’s House of Representatives. 

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    The International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) has seen the number of alerts for suspicious wagering activity fall 17% year-on-year for the three months to June 30, 2019. Tennis continues to account for the bulk of alerts generated.

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