BetBlocker, the UK-facing responsible gambling app funded and developed by alternative dispute mediation service ThePOGG.com, has secured its first corporate donation from online casino comparison website CasinoGuide.
Regulated bookmakers in Poland generated combined turnover of PLN6.7bn (£1.36bn/€1.58bn/$1.76bn) in 2019, a 28.8% year-on-year increase but less than the unlicensed market, according to figures from legal association Graj Legalnie.
Bwin.party and Ladbrokes Coral owner GVC Holdings will consider the company's potential relocation of its place of management and control - and therefore also its tax residence - from the Isle of Man to the United Kingdom.
Online affiliate and content marketing provider Raketech has warned it is likely to fall short of its forecasted reported earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) in the fourth quarter, while operating profit it also set to come in below expectations.
Norwegian horse racing monopoly Norsk Rikstoto could potentially merge with Norsk Tipping to jointly run the country’s horse racing betting monopoly, according to a new report commissioned by the country's government.
Executives of the company behind UK white label sportsbook Fansbet claim the business is in good financial shape, despite acknowledging that the company owes more than £500,000 in late payments to affiliates dating back to August 2019.
Nektan has completed the sale of its UK B2C business to Grace Media for a total cash consideration of £200,000 (€236,213/$262,969), as part of an ongoing restructuring effort at the white label and gaming content provider.
Diamond Eagle Acquisition Corp – the special purpose acquisition company formed as part of DraftKings and SBTech’s merger – has filed a registration document revealing DraftKings made a loss of $114.1m (£87.1m/€102.7m) in the first nine months of 2019.
888 Holdings has said it is on track to achieve adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) in line with expectations for 2019, after the online gaming operator was boosted by a record revenue performance in December.
Gambling software supplier GAN’s gross operator revenue increased 171.3% year-on-year to $315.6m in 2019 thanks to the growth of legal gambling in the US, according to the company’s Q4 key performance indicators.
Betting services supplier Sports Information Services (SIS) saw a reduction in profits during the most recent financial year due to the challenges in the retail betting market and an increase in expenditure and investment.