The Nevada Gaming Control Board has revealed casinos in the US state were able to generate more than $1 billion (€906 million) in gaming revenue during the month of May, the first time the feat has been achieved since December 2013.
Sky Betting and Gaming, the online gaming subsidiary of UK pay-television broadcaster BSkyB, has appointed online gaming software giant Playtech as its exclusive provider of casino and live dealer products.
Gambling industry entertainment solutions provider Amaya Gaming Group has agreed a deal with PlayCherry, a subsidiary of Swedish gaming operator Cherry, to provide online casino gaming content to three of its websites.
Asian gaming operator Entertainment Gaming Asia has cited the performance of its Dreamworld Palin Casino land-based operation in Cambodia as the main reason for a year-on-year drop in revenue over the three months through to March 31, 2014.
US operator Caesars Entertainment Corporation cited the impact of “severe” weather, increased competition and market softness as the main reasons behind losses during the three months to March 31, 2014.
Online casino and solutions firm Bally Technologies has expanded its partnership with Golden Nugget to become the exclusive enterprise-wide system provider for the land-based operator’s five gaming properties in the US.
Online casino and solutions firm Bally Technologies has described its performance during the three months to December 31, 2014, as “outstanding” after it achieved year-on-year growth across key metrics.
US casino operator Boyd Gaming said that despite having suffered a year-on-year fall in net revenue during the three months to March 31, 2014, it was still able to make “steady progress” in the period.