This week's edition of Number Crunching features Mr Green's rebranding, a sports-betting related statement from the NFL and British bookmakers scrambling to adapt to the demise of FOBTs...
The UK Government has this morning confirmed that the maximum stakes on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs) will be cut to £2.
ITV Racing was rewarded for its strong coverage of last year’s Grand National after it saw off tough competition to earn a BAFTA award at this sunday’s event.
William Hill Plc has this morning published its 17-week trading update (period to 24 April), detailing a positive momentum and corporate outlook for 2018.
Last month, William Hill trialled a new bet guarantee offer on TV races for retail and online customers, a move that acts as an affirmation of the operator’s continued focus on its racing offering.
When newly appointed Paddy Power Betfair CEO Peter Jackson accused the industry of “scare tactics” over the potential consequences of impending FOBT regulations, it marked the group’s continued resolute stance on the issue.
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.
Oddschecker has launched the second consecutive Cheltenham Traders Tipping League, expanding this year’s tournament to 11 operators.
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.
In the latest set of rulings from The Advertising Standard Authority (ASA) upheld a complaint made against WIlliam Hill regarding an advert published by the bookmaker last September.