Spreadbetting operator is looking to diversify its business as annual turnover decreases by 1.4% year-on-year to £361.9m.
First-half business has improved for Swedish state-controlled gaming monopoly despite ‘aggressive’ marketing from outside operators.
Online gambling and sportsbetting firm is to remain title sponsor of Hamburg event until 2015.
Around 20 players have been banned from using fixed-odds service due to concerns they were laying off their wagers.
Online gambling and sportsbetting firm has posted record gross yield figures of $14.2m for the second quarter of 2013.
Sports data provider’s Virtual Horse Classics product joins its Virtual Football League and offers around-the-clock real-money wagering.
Irish independent bookmaker has appointed former European marketing chief for Sportingbet, James Arnold, to head new operation.
Three divisions will be named The Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League 1 and Sky Bet League 2.
Australian gambling and entertainment firm has paid Donaco International just over $790,682 for television wagering service.
Webis Holdings, Ladbrokes and Canadian Gaming Association.
Online casino and sportsbetting provider has extolled the performance of its BetInternet.com Limited and WatchAndWager.com Limited subsidiaries.
Online gaming operator’s deal will see it support entire July 19 race card along with a trio of events in October.
Launch of inaugural product sees American social games developer focusing on casual sports fans.
Bonuses and special offers and promotions are an integral part of the online betting and gaming sector. But while 'bonusing' punters is important, it must be done in a productive way.
Authorisation will see Totolotek provide fixed-odds and sport pool games for six years.
Operator’s ‘softer than expected’ performance partly due to decreased sportsbetting gross win margin for April and June.
Bruce Thompson has been named chairperson for VCGLR with Ross Kennedy now serving as deputy chairperson.
Move by Premier Colin Barnett follows similar action due to be implemented next month in South Australia.
Japanese telecommunications firm has sold its 10.6 percent share in betting exchange and online casino operator to Deutsche Bank.
Move expected in next two years could be a significant step for the country’s online pari mutuel horseracing sector.