Massachusetts and Rhode Island headline this week’s update as the industry weighs the fall-out from the DoJ's revising its opinion on the Wire Act
Lottoland Australia has said that a new betting product based on financial markets does not breach gambling laws in the country, despite facing an official complaint against the service
Zeal Network has tuned down Lottoland’s offer of €76m to purchase its German business, with CEO Helmut Becker again accusing the lottery betting operator of trying to disrupt ongoing acquisition talks with Lotto24
Online lottery brokerage Zeal Network has claimed it would be forced to terminate its bid to acquire Lotto24 if shareholders give in to Lottoland’s demand to delay a planned extraordinary meeting.
Lottoland has accused Zeal of acting in the interests of certain shareholders as it prepares rival takeover bid for Lotto24
Evolution Gaming will provide services from its Vancouver production studio
Wendy Lawrence on innovation and the expansion of digital lottery
NSoft extends its cooperation with the lottery of Bosnia and Herzegovina
ALC surpassed budget forecast, but profit and net revenue fell year-on-year
Lottoland chief executive discusses his vision for the business
Changes designed to return Lottery to long-term, sustainable growth
A crackdown on the advertising of gambling inducements in Australia’s NSW has repercussions that extend far beyond its boundaries, says Joanne Christie
Zeal’s Lottovate has today launched a lottery that gives players experiences rather than cash prizes. Will it attract the elusive younger generation?
The Australian government may be planning to ban the operator but its latest public spat shows the company isn’t giving up without a fight
Today's ban on taking bets on non-UK EuroMillions draws will still not shield Camelot from companies offering cheaper and more accessible ways to play these draws, writes Joanne Christie
The proposed shutdown of lottery betting firms Down Under has unsurprisingly been slammed by Lottoland but it also has some unexpected allies, reports Joanne Christie
Chief financial officer Jonas Mattsson describes Zeal’s performance at the start of a major phase of expansion
Lottoland’s CEO talks about coming under attack from monopoly lottery operators and how he thinks the company is getting a raw deal from regulators and authorities
The access secondary lottery providers and lottery messengers provide to huge draws such as the US Powerball are proving highly valuable acquisition tools, writes Joanne Christie.
With Lottoland now having increased its payout insurance to €120m, Joanne Christie looks at how secondary lottery providers are managing the increased risks that come with scale.