In its 2018 Annual Illegal Gambling Report published this week, the Danish Gambling Authority (DGA) Spillemyndigheden claimed success in the fight against illegal gambling offers through websites but acknowledged…
Microgaming, one of the industry’s leading software providers, is now live with National Lottery AD to provide its award-winning poker platform in Bulgaria. The major poker deal, signed through Prima Networks Limited, marks the first time that Microgaming’s poker network has been made available in the Bulgarian market. The move is in line with Microgaming’s strategic goal of continuing to …Read More
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New Year is just days away and it’s high time to take stock! Slotegrator published the article, where revealed the company’s results for 2018. One of the main new projects of the company is a payment solution Moneygrator. A platform includes the most popular payment services for online casinos. The company also made the rebranding of a unified API protocol. …Read More
Feds Raid Home of Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam One Week Before Scheduled Court Appearance for Casino Brawl
The tumultuous month in the life and times of Atlantic City Mayor Frank Gilliam just got more interesting. The gaming resort city’s embattled leader — already facing backlash for his involvement in a November tussle outside the Golden Nugget casino that was caught on video — was on the receiving end of a home raid by the FBI and the IRS on Monday morning, according to multiple reports and later confirmed by the FBI.
Macau casinos won nearly MOP 25 billion ($3.10 billion) in November, an 8.5 percent year-over-year increase and a haul that surpassed many analyst expectations.
The Australian Federal Government has confirmed the formal commitment of all State Governments to the country’s first National Consumer Protection Framework to provide greater protections…
The US Department of Justice has set aside almost $17 million in compensation for victims of the 2017 Las Vegas shooting.
Station Casinos is fighting an order issued by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) requiring its Green Valley Ranch casino to negotiate with the Culinary Union.
Nevada Governor-Elect Steve Sisolak, Casino Industry Non-Player, to Name New Gaming Control Board Appointees
Nevada Governor-elect Steve Sisolak (D) — who has no gaming industry background to speak of — will need to appoint two members to the state’s important Gaming Control Board (NGCB) soon after taking office on January 7, 2019. It will be one of his first orders of business in his new role.
Playtech-owned development studio Quickspin has significantly expanded its international presence through a deal with Pokerstars for the Italian market. Players now have access to a…
The College Football Playoff (CFP) is set, as No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Clemson, No. 3 Notre Dame, and No. 4 Oklahoma are the four teams still in the running to win the 2019 National Championship.
Genting Bhd booked Q3 net losses of more than $66 million on Friday. The Malaysian casino giant largely blamed its jeopardized investment in a Massachusetts tribal casino project, which was torpedoed by the US Department of the Interior earlier this year.
Green Jade Games, a casino games developer owned by the MRG Group, has launched its portfolio to the industry with its first title, Hammer of…
The coming week could provide a valuable opportunity for Kansas lawmakers to hone their knowledge on sports betting as interest grows in the possibilities of…
New York Appeals Ruling That Declared Daily Fantasy Sports Illegal, But So Will Anti-Gambling Groups
The State of New York has appealed against a judge’s ruling that daily fantasy sports is illegal gambling under the state constitution, which nullified the legislature’s effort to legalize and regulate the contests in 2016.
Prominent Las Vegas analyst Jeremy Aguero says the town might need to rethink its tagline as being the “Entertainment Capital of the World” to include sports as well.
The dismantling of a major Vietnamese illegal online gambling ring involving senior police generals late last year (see previous reports) was re-visited in a Vietnamese…
Online gambling group Kindred has widened its sphere of activity by signing as official betting partner for the Astralis eSports player team in Denmark. The…
Traffic Label, a UK-based firm specialising in the development of comprehensive marketing strategies, has announced the launch of an affiliate programme for its SlotsAffiliates.com network with Income Access, Paysafe’s marketing technology and services provider. Through its integration with Income Access’ affiliate software platform, SlotsAffiliates.com will look to optimise growth and acquisitions across its six network brands. SlotsAffiliates.com was launched in …Read More
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One of the world’s most sought after games developers in the slots industry, Wazdan, will be showcasing its full range of award-winning products, including two new Unique Wazdan Features, with its biggest ever presence at SiGMA 2018. The imaginative slots maker has doubled-down on last year’s participation, where they delighted the crowds with an impressive FlashMob courtesy of the Malta …Read More
Seminole Tribe Gives $1M More to Committee Urging Floridians to Approve Casino Ballot Question Next Week
The Seminole Tribe in Florida has given another $1 million to Voters in Charge, a committee that’s hoping voters will back a casino ballot referendum question next week during the midterm elections.
Casinos in the Philippines would benefit with more resilient VIP high roller play if the country invested in improving its airport facilities, a research note opines this week.
The National Basketball Association has fully embraced the gaming world since sports betting thrust itself upon the mainstream following a Supreme Court decision to strike down a federal ban on gambling in May.
According to a poll conducted by the Hokkaido Shinbun newspaper, local residents are staunchly against bringing an integrated resort to the Hokkaido prefecture, though the level of animosity varies depending on where in the area people live.