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    Sports betting software provider Miomni Gaming has hit back in its legal battle with Delaware North, saying claims by the US casino operator that it breached the terms of a joint venture agreement are entirely without merit.

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    Revenue from Mississippi’s regulated sports betting market increased by 35.4% month-on-month in June, despite the state seeing a 12.7% decline in amounts wagered.

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    Pennsyvania players will be finally able to place online sports bets and play casino games on iOS devices, via Rush Street Interactive's BetRivers.com and PlaySugarHouse.com sites.

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    Swedish state-owned gaming business Svenska Spel has seen profits hit by increased regulatory costs in the first half of the year, though the operator noted that customer growth and revenue had recovered during the second quarter.

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    Dutch gambling regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has taken action to stop 23 affiliate marketing websites from promoting online gaming brands in the country.

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    Casino games supplier NetEnt has rolled out its products in Pennsylvania, following the launch on legal online gambling in the US state.

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    The Gambling Commission has announced that it will work with the Samaritans to strengthen requirements for operators in relation to identifying those at risk of suicide due to problem gambling.

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    Betsson has reported a 5% year-on-year decline in revenue for the second quarter of 2019, which it blamed on struggles in the Nordic region and the Netherlands. For the first half of the year, revenue was up 2% to SEK2.6bn, though increased expenses saw profit for the period decline too. 

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    Live dealer software supplier Evolution Gaming reported a 45% growth in revenue for Q2 of 2019 and 49% for the first half of the year. Profit for the quarter totalled €34.5 million, while for the first half of the year profit reached €63.1m. Both figures were a 72% increase on the previous year.

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    Gambling revenue in Pennsylvania reached a record $3.3bn (£2.6bn/€2.9bn) in the 2018-19 fiscal year, as the US state was boosted by additional income from regulated sports wagering.

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    Flutter Entertainment brand Paddy Power has launched a new campaign urging betting operators to stop sponsoring football shirts, as it revealed its own sponsorship of English Championship club Huddersfield Town’s jersey was a hoax.

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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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    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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