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GiH News Roundup: new Netherlands-facing social casino site; Tinder-style betting; EU inaction; 6 social gaming personas

GiH News Roundup: new Netherlands-facing social casino site; Tinder-style betting; EU inaction; 6 social gaming personas

German gambling firm Gauselmann AG has launched a Netherlands-facing social casino website: merkur24.nl. The social casino is also accessible through an iOS and Android-compatible app. Seven industry associations, including the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) and the Deutsche Sportwettenverband have lodged a complaint with European Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly against the European Commission for not adequately tackling state betting monopolies[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: the future of sports betting, UKGC publishes RTS proposals, bad news from Mybet, tennis dominates suspicious betting

GiH News Roundup: the future of sports betting, UKGC publishes RTS proposals, bad news from Mybet, tennis dominates suspicious betting

Sports broadcaster ESPN takes a look at the future of sports betting (there will be robots!): Some of the world’s largest tech companies are expected to emerge as bookmaking giants that will compete against established U.S. and international sportsbook operators, state lotteries, Native American gaming interests and fantasy sports sites for a share of the market. Stock market-like sports betting[Read More…]