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    Red Tiger enter Swedish Market following an agreement with SvenskaSpel

    In spite of B2C services closing down due to the outbreak of COVID-19, B2B is still operational. That is true for many companies world-wide. In fact, even for the gambling industry as a whole. The latest developments from the iGaming trade reports that Red Tiger enter the Swedish market after agreeing terms with SvenskaSpel. Let’s take a look.

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    British Greyhound Racing to be Behind Closed Doors

     Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, British Greyhound racing has been moved into a new dimension. That is to say, races will happen behind closed doors. The decision has been made by the Greyhound Board of Great Britain (GBGB). Read on to find out more.

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    Former Employees of FanDuel File Lawsuit against Private Investors

    Following the acquisition of FanDuel by Paddy Power Betfair, more than 100 former employees of FanDuel have reacted. They feel as though private investors have been cheating them out of their fair share of money owed from the sale. At this moment, the lawsuit is with the New York Supreme Court. Read on to find out more.

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    Mr Green Penalized by UKGC with £3m Disciplinary Penalty

    William Hill’s subsidiary group, Mr Green, have been involved in a spot of bother. The online gambling operator has been fined by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) after investigations into online casinos. With the news of Mr Green penalized, William Hill are set to pay £3m to the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms. Let’s read on.

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    The Scientific Games Golden Nugget Partnership Stronger than Ever

    One of the freshest bits of info to be leaked this past week concerns the Scientific Games Golden Nugget partnership. The provider group and online casino site, respectively, have agreed to extend their allegiances with one another. This agreement will see the pair team-up to tackle future endeavors and expansion. Read on to find out more.

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    New NetEnt COO Appointed in Red Tiger CEO Gavin Hamilton

    CEO of Red Tiger Gaming, Gavin Hamilton has a lot on his plate at the moment. Popular provider group, Net Entertainment, have made the decision to appoint Hamilton as the new Chief Operating Officer. Hamilton will begin life as the new NetEnt COO with immediate effect. Let’s take a look.