Breaking down all the weeks news into a set of easy to manage figures.
Online gaming firm 888 Holdings saw its share price jump by 5% this morning, despite being handed a record £7.8 million over “serious failings” in its handling of vulnerable customers.
On August 2, Google silently changed its policy to allow, for the first-time, gambling operators to present their real-money games on the Google Play app store.
Last month, 888casino delivered an industry first in the form of the glitzy Elite Lounge live casino. And according to the company’s Itai Pazner, this unique, VIP-style proposition is already proving a success.
A new report from app and online design agency Degree 53 aims to highlight best practice in user experience in online casino lobby design.
A breakdown of some of the more interesting figures to emerge from the gambling industry in the past seven days. More and more companies are releasing their results and generally speaking, the numbers have been impressive.
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.
London-based leisure analysts went on a road trip to Tel Aviv this week to visit both Playtech and 888 and the team at Numis came back unsurprisingly convinced of the “attractions of both companies.”
William Hill is under pressure over proposed merger with Amaya after an open letter to shareholders and management lambasts terms of deal