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    Amaya has reached an agreement regarding a tax settlement with authorities in Italy in relation to an existing case over its PokerStars brand.

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    The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) has revealed that the US state’s online gaming market was able to post year-on-year revenue growth in 2015, after setting a new monthly record in December.

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    French racing operator Pari Mutuel Urbain (PMU) has revealed that a year-on-year decline in total turnover during the 12 months to the end of December has also led to a drop in gross revenue at the company.

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    Match Poker has appointed investment banking firm Turnstone Securities as its financial and placement agent for a new capital raise.

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    Antigua and Barbuda is close to resolving a long-term online poker dispute with the US, with the two countries having reportedly agreed to an arrangement over revenue.

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    The Macau Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau has said that gambling revenue in the region fell to a five-year low of $30 billion (€27.5 billion) in 2015.

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    The Delaware Lottery has revealed that the US state’s online poker market was able to post a month-on-month increase in revenue during November, following two consecutive months of decline.

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    Amaya has criticised an ongoing dispute in the US state of Kentucky related to the activities of PokerStars between 2006 and 2011, claiming that the action is “frivolous and without merit”.

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    Italian authorities have announced that they are to introduce new tax rules for online sports betting operators in the country, confirming that companies will now pay a 22% tax on betting revenue.

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    Online gaming operator 888 has reported that it has continued to deliver a “very encouraging performance” during the second half of 2015, with results in line with expectations.

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    The Nevada Gaming Commission regulatory body has revealed that the US state’s gambling market suffered a year-on-year drop in revenue during October, despite sportsbooks recording their second-best monthly betting handle total.

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    Evolution Gaming has moved to strengthen its presence in Riga by acquiring the owner of the building that houses the majority of its operational activities in the Latvian capital.

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    The Delaware Lottery has announced that despite having recorded an increase in online gaming revenue during October, the amount generated by internet poker in the state fell to an all-time monthly low.

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    The Nevada Gaming Commission has been given a timely boost after revealing that the US state’s gambling market experienced a year-on-year revenue hike in September, ending a three-month decline.

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    New Jersey and Delaware have revealed a mixed set of online gaming results for September, with revenue up year-on-year in the former and the latter suffering its worst-ever month in terms of internet poker.

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    The Nevada Gaming Control Board has revealed that the US state’s gambling market suffered a third consecutive month of revenue decline in August.

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    Danish national gambling regulatory body Spillemyndigheden has revealed that the country’s online casino market experienced further revenue growth during the second quarter, following up on an increase in the opening three months of the year.

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    The Delaware Lottery has confirmed that the US state’s online gaming market posted month-on-month revenue growth in July, despite internet poker suffering further losses.

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    Amaya-owned Full Tilt is to launch a new rewards programme to give players the chance to win shares of larger progressive jackpots on an ongoing basis.

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    Mybet Holdings has cited the performances of its horse betting and casino and poker operations as the key drivers behind a year-on-year jump in total revenue during the six months through to June 30.

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