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    Hard Rock and GiG Extend Contract to Operate in Iowa

    The latest reports from the US indicate that Gaming Innovation Group, GiG, have extended their current deal with Hard Rock International in a heist to launch a sportsbook in Iowa. The deal will allow Hard Rock to make use of GiG’s sportsbook in their land-based casinos at first, with online and mobile sports betting options […]

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    Nolimit City Signs Deal with Fortune Legends

    The latest reports have indicated a definite new deal with pioneering brand Fortune Legends, who emerged from operator Mobilt Limited, have announced they will be partnering up with video slot specialist, Nolimit City. Let’s take a look.  Before we jump straight into it, feel free to browse through all the hottest gambling-related stories out there […]

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    Venice City Council Calls for Gambling Machines to be Removed

    The latest reports from Italy have suggested that the Venice City Council is not happy one bit with the gambling machines placed around the city. With the slot machines in pubs, bars and pizza outlets, the council has ordered all these betting machines to be removed and also for businesses to stop installing them. The […]

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    Swansea City Have Announced Yobet as their new Sponsor

    This week, Swansea City joined the likes of Barcelona, Norwich City and Club Brugge by announcing that they have a new sponsorship deal which will change the identity of the club to a more fitting role. Now, Yobet will help boost the generated revenue of the football club which will lead to a rise in […]

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    Atlantic City Casinos see fall in profit for 2018

    Unfortunately for Atlantic City casinos, they will have to turn their heads right now and look away at the statistics for 2018. The city saw a decrease in profit by 15% compared with last year’s figures. The total gross operating profits was calculated at $582m. This comes despite a 7% increase in net revenue to […]