Mediation is set to be entered by two parties within Australia, following a potential $120,000 fine for breaching the Australian Capital Territory’s (ACT) poker machine laws, reports the Brisbane Times.
Poker habits in Australia have been criticised by a Canberra based think tank over the unusual decision to allow “high intensity” poker machines in pubs and clubs.
The proposed merger between Tabcorp Holdings and Tatts Group has taken a huge stride forward, after two major announcements emanated from ‘down under.’
In a release to the Stock Exchange, Tabcorp has praised the Australian Competition Tribunal’s decision to give the greenlight to the long mooted merger with Tatts Group.
EUROMAT is helping three established names in the low stakes gaming and amusement business to extend their reach across the major markets in Europe.
The Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) has repeated its stance that, on high streets betting shops offer the safest environment to place a wager.
At this week’s World Regulatory Briefing, Tim Miller, executive director for the UK Gambling Commission, reiterated the need for “clear and coherent commitment” from operators to reduce gambling-related harm.
This past weekend, German gaming giant, Gauselmann Group, marked its 60th anniversary during three days of celebrations across its hometown of Lübbecke.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Comestero change machine brand, which was acquired by SuzoHapp in 2014 and remains a leading player in the cash handling sector.
Two of the global casino industry’s biggest suppliers, IGT and Scientific Games, have signed a landmark patent cross-licensing agreement, providing the companies with access to each other’s slot features.