Macau Operators Staring at Worst Ever Results in Q2, Analysts Focusing on Operating Costs

By Todd Shriber The second quarter of 2020 could go be the worst three-month stretch on record for Macau’s six concessionaires as the special administrative region’s (SAR) gaming industry remains hindered by travel restrictions keeping gamblers away from the casino center. Morgan Stanley said losses for Macau operators in the April through June period could […]

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Seven Suspended by IIHF for Role for Fixing Hockey Game in Belarus

By Steve Bittenbender Seven players from the top-flight professional ice hockey league in Belarus have been suspended indefinitely due to their role in fixing a game from November. Seven members of a top-level hockey team in Belarus have been suspended indefinitely while the International Ice Hockey Federation’s Disciplinary Board considers sanctions. (Image: Getty The International Ice Hockey […]

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888 & Delaware Lottery Extend Partnership with 2 More Years

By Jerome Garcia 888 Holdingc Plc announced in an investor update for the London Stock Exchange today its partnership deal with the Delaware Lottery has been extended for another 2 years. Online Casino & Online Poker The online gaming technology company has been the exclusive technology provider for the state lottery in Delaware since 2013, powering the state’s iGaming platform and allowing residents in the state […]

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UKGC Report Shows Gambling Activity Going Up Slightly

By Julie Moraine A latest report by the UK Gambling Commission shows a slight increase in gambling activities. Revenue increase is also observed based on numbers from the most recent report. Updated UKGC Report Suggests Gambling Activity Increase The UK Gambling Commission released its latest report regarding gambling customer activity during lockdown. According to the […]

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