A breakdown of some of the more interesting figures to emerge from the gambling industry in the past seven days.
On a fact-finding mission to the ExCel last week, the analyst team at Morgan Stanley found the industry in buoyant mood led by the mushrooming sports-betting supply market
Gambling and lottery technology giant Novomatic Group has stated that its acquisition and integration of Australian slot machine manufacturer Ainsworth Game Technology is ‘progressing well’.
Eric Benchimol, CEO of Win Systems, has said that his firm’s acquisition of gaming machine developer Gold Club will give the firm ‘significant and immediate access to new markets’.
The governance of Cherry Gaming AB has completed its biggest acquisition to date by confirming that it has moved to buy outright the remaining 51% of shares in European igaming operator ComeOn Malta.
The continued consolidation within the affiliate marketing space sure to continues as chief executive of Catena Media says it is likely a handful of big names will dominate the sector.
NYX Gaming’s third-quarter results are the first to show the full benefit from its acquisition spree in the past 12 months or more
Betsson’s latest incremental acquisition brings with it a position in the regulated Lithuanian markets and strengthens the company’s hand in the Baltics following the launch of Triobet in the regulated Latvian market.
The new owner of the Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Lake Charles in Louisiana is planning to invest in the site by adding new slots, new décor and more food options.
GSN Games chief operating officer Steve Brunell has told TotallyGaming.com that now is the perfect time for the social casino game provider to make its move into the UK market after a deal to acquire Plumbee was announced yesterday (Monday).