Online Casino and Gambling News: April 2018

Net Ent First Quarter Financials Rise

Swedish developer NetEnt has published their first quarter 2018 financial results, revealing that performance rose, this coming after the company fired their CEO for lack of performance.

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LeoVegas to Sponsor Swedish Open Tennis Tournament

Casino operator LeoVegas has announced that they've signed a sponsorship deal with the Swedish Open, which will give the brand exposure at the tennis tournament.

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Rival Launches New 'Plunk-Oh' Slot

Online casino game developer Rival Gaming has announced that they've released their newest game 'Plunk-Oh', which is a 3 reel game with a bit of flair.

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Habanero in Supply Deal With RWB Solutions

Casino game designer Habanero has announced that the company has struck a deal with operator RWB Solutions International, giving the company another partner in the Asian gaming market.

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Relax Gaming Titles Coming to Twin Casino

Online betting site Twin Casino has announced that they've signed a content deal with Relax Gaming and will begin offering the developer's games on their platform.

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Stars Group to Purchase Sky Betting and Gaming for $4.7 Billion

Betting firm The Stars Group has announced that they've signed a deal to purchase Sky Betting and Gaming from CVC Capital Partners for a total of $4.7 billion.

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Playfortuna Adds Nolimit City Games

Online casino Playfortuna has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Nolimit City, making the group a direct partner and offering the group's games as a result.

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Gloabal Daily Fantasy Sports Gets Malta License

Fantasy sports group Global Daily Fantasy Sports has announced that it has obtained a supplier license in Malta, which will let the group license their software to betting operators.

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GameArt Enters Romania

Casino game software developer GameArt announced this week that they've entered the Romanian gaming market due to a content deal that they struck with iSoftBet.

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Kenya to Tax Gamblers 20% on Winnings

The government of Kenya is getting ready to tax punters 20% on their gambling winnings, which would apply to lottery, sportsbetting, and casino winnings.

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