Breaking down all the week's news into a set of easy to manage figures...
Launching new products and in new markets contributed to a “strong” set of results for Zeal Group across the first three months of 2018.
Lottoland Australia CEO Luke Brill has urged the Australian Federal Government to review its proposed legislation banning online lottery betting.
A desire to work alongside the 4,000 news and lottery agents throughout Australia has been stressed by Lottoland, as the Gibraltar based firm faces being banned from the country.
In-play betting across the whole sporting sphere continually remains a huge topic of conversation globally, with contextualisation and personalisation a key component of customer engagement.
A key takeaway from WIlliam Hill’s departure of the Australian market was that the group is now looking to place a key focus on growing its footprint in the US market.
FTSE100 betting group Paddy Power Betfair Plc (PPB) has beaten market expectations for its 2017 corporate performance.
A crazy week of negotiations has changed the landscape of the Australian online betting sector, which welcomes a new player in Toronto TSX-listed The Stars Group Inc.
William Hill has told shareholders that it is improving its approach to responsible gambling in an effort to build a more sustainable business, and wants the rest of the industry to take a similar approach.
William Hill has highlighted strong progress through its ongoing ‘transformation programme’, as the company expects to declare £290 million in corporate profits for 2017.