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Gaming giant acknowledges the adverse sporting results affecting others in the sector but also suggests its gaming arm is under-performing.
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has charged Las Vegas Sands Corp a fine of $6.95m in relation to compliance and auditing failures for payments/transactions carried out to business associates of its China and Macao...
The trading update form Amaya shows the company is seeing its revenues and profits increase despite the distractions of two bouts of failed M&A discussions.
The message last week from the CMA that its enquiry into the terms and conditions around free-bet and bonus promotions confirms the industry is in the spotlight, says legal expert
The Kindred Group has become the first industry operator to gain full accreditation of the European Union consumer standards and policy mandate ‘The Recommendation on Consumer Protection’.
The Advocate General’s opinion that the UK and Gibraltar are effectively a single entity makes it unlikely the ECJ will find for the Gibraltar operators in their case against the UK’s PoC regime
Have trouble keeping up with twitter? Well, Totally Gaming has been scouring the feeds to bring some of the more interesting tweets from the industry to your attention.
Listed payments firm Paysafe will be out in force at next month’s ICE Totally Gaming show with a range of services and brands arguably wider than any other payment provider in the exhibition.
Live Dealer products are becoming ever more popular on mobile devices, despite screen limitations. Totally Gaming caught up with Yuval Shochat, the CCO of Vivo Gaming, to discuss the phenomenon.
A breakdown of some of the more interesting figures to emerge from the gambling industry in the past seven days.