UK bookmakers, adult gaming centres and bingo halls have fallen outside the remit of the Fourth EU Money Laundering Directive thanks to increased vigilance on behalf of the Gambling Commission, but the casino sector (both online and land-based) will remain within the scope of the anti-money...
Scientific Games Corp (SGC) has reported an operating net loss of US$110 million for Q4 2016 despite the group reporting its fifth straight quarter of revenue growth.
Presenting its full-year 2016 financial summary FTSE-listed Playtech Plc states that it will push its ‘locking-in’ strategy for customers in 2017 as the company strengthens its position as marketing leading gambling technology supplier.
The cost of the merger with Tatts, the start up costs of the UK Sun Bets sportsbook and an ongoing battle against money laundering charges have hit profits at Australian operator Tabcorp.
Britain’s bookmakers have lodged an official complaint with the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards over a “wilfully misleading” MPs report on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs).
Merkur Gaming is to take its ‘Tech Treffen’ tours back to South America in 2017 after a successful year reaching out to customers in the region.
MGM Resorts has said that the decision to allow casino gaming in Japan provides the opportunity for ‘significant growth’ as the whole casino industry experienced a fillip with passing of the IP Promotion Bill.
The final preparations are being made ahead of the merger between Finnish betting and gaming firms Veikkaus, RAY and Fintoto, chief executive Olli Sarekoski discusses the integration process and outlines his top priorities for 2017
A senior figure in social responsibility is hoping that a headline grabbing report into the potential costs of problem gambling on the public purse will help push forward discussion on the issue.
Michele Ciavarella, chairman and CEO of Italian gambling operator Newgioco Group, has claimed his company is primed for the ‘explosive opportunity’ in the betting market.