Interwetten boasted of the “most successful year in the company’s history” in its latest trading update, as gross gaming revenue (GGR) increased 25% to €99.5m in 2019, while turnover came to more than €2bn, up 30% year-on-year.
The Football Supporters’ Association (FSA), and GambleAware have created an online ‘safer gambling hub’ that contains resources to inform football fans about the risks of impulsive betting, as part of its ongoing BeGambleAware campaign.
Canadian media business theScore posted a comprehensive loss of $4.1m during the first quarter of its financial year, primarily due to costs related to its ongoing expansion efforts across North America.
Schleswig-Holstein claims that Germany’s 16 federal states have made a breakthrough in negotiations over a new State Treaty on Gambling, describing the agreed model as a “really good result” for all jurisdictions.
Hamilton Academical Football Club manager Brian Rice has voluntarily acknowledged breaches of its gambling rules after the club received a notice of complaint from the Scottish FA (SFA) about the breaches.
New Zealand’s Racing Industry Transitional Authority (RITA) admitted concerns that the Racing Industry Bill does not offer enough flexibility for the roll-out of new betting products, but revealed that a bill regulating online betting may be in the works.
The Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU), the sport’s anti-corruption body, has revealed it received 138 reports over suspicious match activity in 2019, the lowest annual amount since its integrity data was first made public in 2015.