UEFA has welcomed the recent decision of the Greek Court of Appeal to hand out prison sentences to several individuals involved in match-fixing in Greece in 2011, with punishments ranging from 30 months to ten years in jail.

William Hill has agreed to sell its Australia-facing business to CrownBet – which was recently acquired by The Stars Group – for an enterprise value of AU$300m, bringing the UK bookmaker’s five-year Australian venture to an end.

Game developer Authentic Gaming has entered into a global content partnership with Betsson Group.

Aspire Global has announced that it is expanding with the launch of a sportsbook in Portugal.

Independent bookmakers in the United Kingdom have made a written appeal to Prime Minister Theresa May, imploring the disregarding of a proposed £2 Fixed Odds Betting Terminal (FOBT) maximum stake, arguing that such a decision would be particularly harmful to small businesses.

B2B and white label gaming software and services provider Nektan has extended the reach of its service offering into the Asian market via a previously announced deal with Tyche Digital Malta Limited.

On International Women’s Day, Kindred Group, through its Unibet brand, will launch a global campaign named #queenrules to challenge gender bias. #queenrules is a new way to play cards with a special deck where Queen outranks King.