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    Looks as though the PGA will Invest into Gambling Audiences Next Year

    The latest reports state that the US PGA Tour is ready to expand its audience by offering gambling at tournaments, according to Commissioner Jay Monahan. The Commissioner said that fans can expect to see the PGA’s gambling product in the marketplace next year, with the primary aim to attract new fans to the sport. Let’s […]

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    Oklahoma Attorney General and Tribes in Stalemate

    The latest reports coming out from Oklahoma have stated that the Attorney General and 35 tribal nations began negotiations last Monday but still remain in a stalemate over the automatic renewal of gaming compacts. Reported by AP News, what will come of this deadlock? Let’s take a look.  According to the report, the tribal nations […]

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    The Gambling Commission Oppose Loot Boxes

    The Gambling Commission has finally spoken out against Loot Boxes, with the Children’s Commissioner for England, Anne Longfield, calling for a greater regulation of micro transactions and loot boxes, she believes they need to be considered as gambling. Let’s take a look.  According to the report, Longfield would want to see loot boxes included in […]

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    PointsBet Announced Plans to raise $80m for US Expansion

    According to the latest reports, Australian operator PointsBet has revealed their aim of making over $80m to fund its US expansion. The online operator will be looking to get into the ever-expanding US gambling market which proves to be profitable so far for off-shore operators. Let’s take a look.  The deal could potentially go through […]

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    MGM and Yahoo Agree to enter Sports Betting Partnership

    Just like ESPN and Fox, Yahoo is a US media company who has agreed a deal to expand their horizons into sports wagering. By signing the agreement with MGM Resorts International, Yahoo Sports will not also power sports betting. Let’s take a look.  If you take a look at the latest online gambling news, you’ll […]

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    Top Games Acquired by GiG, Who Enter Croatian Market

    Gaming Innovation Group (GiG), have acquired 75% of the shares in Croatian company Top Games, which can legally operate in Croatia remotely with a gambling license. This will allow GiG to have a go at the Croatian gambling market themselves. Let’s take a look.  The deal will see GiG acquire 75% of the shares, with […]

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    Pittsburgh Steelers Partner up with FanDuel

    FanDuel have announced an agreement which has been formed with Pittsburgh Steelers, making the operator the official daily fantasy sports partner of the NFL team. Let’s take a look at what has already been agreed upon.  If you take a look at the latest online gambling news, you’ll see that there’s no better love-story than […]

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    Take a look at the Boyd Gaming Q3 Report

    The Boyd Gaming Q3 report is out in the open so why don’t we analyze it. The gambling firm reported a revenue growth of 34% year-on-year to $819.6m for Q3 2019. Net income was $39.4m for the period, a 234% increase, while adjusted EBITDA was $213.5m, a 43% rise from 2018. Let’s take a look at […]

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    Tipico Brought to Court by Greek Businessman

    The latest reports by Malta Today have stated that gambling firm Tipico have been brought to court by Greek businessman, Antonios Stampolidis, for allegedly forging clauses in a contract with a franchise partner. Let’s take a look at the story in greater depth.  If you take a look at the latest online gambling news, you’ll […]

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    50 Cases of Suspicious Betting Reported by IBIA for Q3

    The International Betting Integrity Association, who we shall refer to as IBIA, brought forward a concern of 50 different cases of suspicious betting behavior reported for Q3. This brings the total number reported in 2019 to 138. Let’s take a look at what the organization made of it. If you take a look at the […]