The All-In Diversity Project has unveiled its latest Strategic Partnership with The National Council of Problem Gambling (NCPG) in the United States.
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After enduring a difficult 2017 Sportech has outlined its US vision, with the firm believing it is poised to take advantage of a potential legalised sports betting market, following corporate restructuring, completion of a cost reduction programme and a comprehensive financial review.
Caesars Entertainment has reaffirmed its commitment to equality and inclusion within the gambling by becoming a founding member of The All-in Diversity Project.
After joining forces five years ago, GAN and Paddy Power Betfair have announced a contract extension, which has the potential to cross state lines beyond its current New Jersey base.
The All-in Diversity project has gone from strength to strength by not only announcing Microgaming as the latest firm to get on board with the initiative, but also by receiving a nomination at this year’s Women In Gaming Diversity Awards.
Richard Branson has announced the extension of one of the arms of his Virgin empire, through the purchase of the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
KamaGames and Rush Street Productions has detailed the launch of Poker Night Live, a “massive update” to its Poker Night in America gaming app.
We are currently in the midst of Problem Gambling Awareness Month (PGAM) in the US, and many are citing the importance of the issue as the potential for gambling in the region escalates.
The Atlantic City land based and online casino industries had a month of contrasting fortunes in February, with an overall total gaming win decline of 6.5% to $192m reported, compared to $205.3m for the same period in 2017.