Online Casino and Gambling News: June 2018

Choctaw Casinos Will Offer Sportsbetting

This week the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians announced that three of their casinos will be offering sports wagering at their casinos, although a firm timetable wasn't available as of press time.

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Kindred Group Gets New Malta Office

Internet betting firm Kindred Group (formerly Unibet) has announced that it has opened a new office building in Malta, consolidating more than 400 employees into one location.

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Atlantic City Casino Revenues Shrink in May

Casinos in Atlantic City, New Jersey saw their revenues shrink by 5.1% when compared to the same period last year, but online betting helped stem some of the losses from land-based destinations.

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Bristol City Adds Dunder as Sponsor

Swedish betting group Dunder has announced that they've signed a sponsorship deal with football club Bristol City, and will begin serving as the team's shirt sponsor for the upcoming season.

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Iron Dog Launches 'Si Xiang' Slot

Internet casino game developer 1x2 Gaming has announced the launch of their new video slot 'Si Xiang', which is an Iron Dog Studios slot.

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Michigan Advances Online Gambling Bill

Lawmakers in Michigan this week advanced a bill that would legalize and regulate online gambling within state borders, as a measure passed through the House with a 68-40 margin.

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ORYX Gaming to Offer Titles to Grupo MGA

Casino game developer ORYX Gaming has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Grupo MGA and will supply the Spanish supplier as a result.

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Wazdan to Launch 'Magic of the Ring Deluxe'

Internet casino game developer Wazdan has announced the upcoming launch of their newest video slot 'Magic of the Ring Deluxe', which transports players to a mystic realm full of sorcery and jewelry.

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Paf to Cap Player Losses at €30,000

Betting group Paf this week announced plans to cap player losses at €30,000 per year in an effort to help curb gambling addiction on their end.

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Scout Gaming Enters Content Deal With Luckia

Internet casino service provider Scout Gaming has announced this week that they've signed an agreement with Luckia and will deploy their daily fantasy sports platform to the operator as a result.

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