Insights & Analysis
Drivers for mergers and acquisitions in European gambling range from a need to create “super affiliates” to a weak UK currency, all compounded by North American money looking for a home, lawyers said on Thursday.
The Belgian arm of the global supermarket giant Carrefour has come under fire for handing out tokens to customers that can be used on slot machines operated in their outlets.
A powerful turnaround year in 2016 for Philippine integrated resort Solaire Resort & Casino has offered further evidence of the strength of the Philippine domestic market and exploitation of improved ties with Beijing.
The Seneca Nation of Indians are set to end casino payments to New York’s state government, citing the end of their revenue-sharing obligations under a 2002 tribal gaming compact.
The influential speaker of the West Virginia House of Delegates has come out against a newly-introduced internet gambling bill, a move which makes passage of that measure unlikely this year, according to Charleston lobbying sources.
PokerStars owner Amaya expects sports betting to account for just 3 percent of group revenue in 2017, positioning the vertical as a “customer acquisition channel” for its more lucrative online casino and poker operations.