The recent announcement of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s resignation has put a question mark on the future of his aggressive economic program, dubbed “Abenomics,” which includes the creation of a new integrated resort casino market.
The Supreme Court of Kentucky is once again hearing the decade-old historical horse racing (HHR) lawsuit, which is expected to determine the fate of the gaming machines in the Bluegrass State.
Popular American sports magazine Sports Illustrated, owned by Authentic Brands Group (ABG), is reportedly looking for a betting partner and a partnership deal could be announced before the end of this year.
A lucky player of Stockholm-based Svenska Spel Sport & Casino won a record-breaking jackpot prize of SEK28 million (US$3 million) while playing NetEnt’s widely-acclaimed online slot game Mega Fortune.
Always eager to boost its online casino games portfolio, Vaxjo, Sweden-headquartered Play’n GO has now announced the launch of its new video slot called “Nyjah Huston: Skate for Gold,” which boasts a number of unique features.
Michigan, US-based casino operator Four Winds has announced the selection of Malta-based sports betting services provider Kambi Group PLC to operate sportsbook as well as mobile application for its gaming facilities in the Great Lakes State.
Headquartered in Malta and listed on First North at Nasdaq Stockholm, Kambi Group PLC is a B2B provider of sports betting services to gaming operators in regulated markets.
UK-based Amelco, one of the world's leading suppliers of sports betting software and trading services, has confirmed that it has secured regulatory approval to sell its online solutions in the US state of Colorado.
Wyomissing, Pennsylvania-headquartered Penn National Gaming Incorporated has recently announced the reopening of more than 70 per cent of its casinos following corona virus-induced shutdown, but thousands of its employees will likely not be around long enough to celebrate as the entertainment giant has warned of permanent layoffs.
Wind Creek Bethlehem remains closed as Northampton County officials have yet to give green signal for its reopening, but the casino has plans to call all of its employees back to work in stages.
The Vermont State Senate is widely expected to approve the bill that would create a committee to examine how sports betting could be legalized in the Green Mountain State.