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    A slump in sports betting in the second quarter of 2019 led to a 7.85% quarter-on-quarter fall in gross gaming revenue (GGR) for the Spanish igaming market over the three months to the end of June.

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    A senior figure at the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has played down the impact of the country’s online gambling industry on China amid heightening tensions.

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    The number of people in Ireland treated for problem gambling has reached a record high of 257 in 2018, according to provisional figures from the Health Service Executive. However authorities warn that the figure represents only a small portion of the country's problem gambling cases.

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    The European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) remains confident of victory in a second court hearing over the Norwegian government’s bid to block payments to offshore igaming operators, despite failing in an initial case earlier this week.

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    Mobile sports betting is set to return to West Virginia before the end of this month, according to the director of the state's lottery.

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    DraftKings is to enter the newly regulated Iowa market through a partnership with Wild Rose Entertainment, which operates three casinos in the state.

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    FSB Technology intends to cooperate fully with the GB Gambling Commission’s review of its licence, which it says relates to issues with a minority of its white label partners.

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    Social betting startup Wager has launched its peer-to-peer betting platform for players in the UK market.

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    Betfair has become an official partner of South America’s highest-profile club football competitions through a deal with the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL).

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    Happy Friday iGamers! This week Diary ponders the lengths Kenya's football fans will go to, considers the knock-on impact of Lottoland's Australian win and casts its eye over Rank's Brexit menu.

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    A new report claims gambling advertising volume has tripled over the past five years, with much of this down to operators heavily promoting online casino sites.

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    Six people have been arrested in Australia after a betting agency tipped off the authorities about suspicious gambling activity on an Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) esports league.

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    Bet365 is closing in on a full roll out of its New Jersey sportsbook, after beginning a regulator-controlled soft launch of the product yesterday (22 August).

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    Licensed operators in Sweden generated net revenue of SEK6.082bn (£510m/€560m/$630m) in the second quarter of the year, according to the national gambling regulator, Spelinspektionen. More than half of the market total came from operators in the country's regulated igaming market, while unlicensed operators saw their market share decline over the period.

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    The GB Gambling Commission has instigated a review of white label and gaming platform provider FSB Technology’s licence, as a result of regulatory concerns.

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    Polish bookmaker STS has struck an exclusive deal with BetGames.TV to launch the interactive gaming developer and distributor’s products in the country.

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    Sports betting solutions provider Kambi has expanded its existing supply arrangement with with daily fantasy and sports betting giant DraftKings to cover eight additional US states.

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    Sportech will continue to focus on reducing costs and continuing its “digital transformation” in the second half of the year after its pre-tax loss widened on the back of flat sales in the six months through to the end of June.

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    Grand Casino Luzern has become the second casino in Switzerland to launch an igaming offering, under the MyCasino.ch brand.

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    Rank Group has confirmed flat sales and a 22% year-on-year fall in operating profit in its annual figures, despite digital growth driving an improved performance in the six months until 30 June.

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