Solutions giant Playtech has signed a deal with Svenska Spel Sport & Casino, the igaming arm of former Swedish monopoly Svenska Spel to roll out its portfolio of online casino and live dealer games in the market.
Swedish gambling regulator Spelinspektionen has maintained its criticism of the country’s upcoming casino stake limits, arguing amendments to the rules may make them even more difficult to implement in time.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) has approved minimum reopening guidelines for Detroit’s three commercial casinos, which will limit each property to 15% of legal capacity and ban smoking on the gaming floor.
New Zealand-based casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group is to return to normal operating hours at most of its casinos in the country after the country's government downgraded its novel coronavirus (Covid-19) alert to its lowest level.
Colombian regulator Coljuegos has updated its gaming regulation to help the sector weather the effects of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, allowing for the operation of scratchcards and video bingo games.
Westdeutsche Spielbanken (WestSpiel), the land-based operator owned by the German state of Nordrhein-Westfalen (North Rhine-Westphalia), made €136.8m in gross gaming revenue in 2019, up 27.0% year-on-year.
A bill to legalise and regulate both online and land-based gambling in Ukraine has been approved by the Committee on Finance, Tax and Customs Policy in the country’s Rada and is now ready for a second reading.
The Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) said its land-based casino operator members in England will be ready to reopen from 4 July, after over three months closed due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Spanish gambling trade association the Consejo Empresarial del Juego (Cejuego) has hit out at the country's government over its decision to delay the reopening of gaming venues until phase three of the country’s exit from lockdown.
New Zealand-based casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group said trading since the reopening of its casinos has been “encouraging” but warned that layoffs will be necessary as the business restructures to focus on the country’s domestic market.
A new partnership formed today (3 June) will see Relax Gaming provide GVC Holdings with access to its proprietary slot titles, as well as a selection of games from its library of aggregated third-party content.