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    GiG Appoint New CEO in Richard Brown after Revenue Drops for Q3

    Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) have announced the appointment of Richard Brown as the new CEO of the supplier group. This comes after the company saw a 19% drop in revenue year-on-year to €30.2m. Will the gambling supplier perform better for the remainder of the year with the confirmation of the new CEO? Let’s take a […]

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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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    GiG End Investments into GiG Games

    Gaming Innovation Group (GiG), have ending their investments in in-house game studio, GiG Games, with immediate effect. The main reason behind this was expressed by the company, who would like to focus on key strategic areas and reduce operating costs. Let’s take a look. Before we jump straight into it, feel free to take a […]

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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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    Q2 Results cause GiG CEO to Leave with Immediate Effect

    After a tough Q2 for supplier Gaming Innovation Group (GiG), Robin Reed, the GiG CEO has left his position with immediate effect. Taking over in his role as Acting CEO will be the previous COO Richard Brown. Let’s take a look.  If you haven’t done so already, feel free to check out the latest online […]