When it comes to tackling betting-related corruption, the role of technology is becoming increasingly important. Steven Burton, Director of Integrity, Governance & Sports Partnerships at Genius Sports, discusses the key developing technology trends in sport integrity and governance.
Tracking customers’ movements indoors could potentially increase revenues, for instance for casino and slot machine arcade operators.
Playtech has completed its previously announced share buyback program worth €50 million.
Following its recent deal with Norwegian monopolist Norsk Tipping, B2B online gaming supplier EveryMatrix has reported a deal with Danske Spil-owned CEGO, one of Denmark’s most successful online casino operators.
The Polish Association of Bookmakers (SPiPFB) has publically backed the country’s newly approved Gambling Act, claiming the bill will lead to “fairer competition” in the market.
NetEnt has expanded the reach of its service offering by launching games in the Bulgarian regulated online casino market.
The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) announced that it had levied a £3m fine on National Lottery Operator Camelot for having paid out £2.5m to an apparently fraudulent jackpot claim.