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Online payment processing group MuchBetter announced this week that they've signed an agreement with The Stars Group and will provide their payment services to the group's betting sites moving forward.
Internet betting group Red Tiger Gaming announced this week that their games have gone live on the White Hat Gaming platform thanks to a content deal between the two.
Live dealer casino specialist Evolution Gaming has announced that they've inked a deal with Les Ambassadeurs Club, which will see Evolution working a studio within the location.
Internet betting group SoftGamings has announced that they've inked a content deal with Asia Live Tech, and will add the latter's live dealer games on their platform as a result.
Gaming firm Best Gambling Ltd announced this week that they've been granted a gaming license from the UK Gambling Commission, which will allow the group to operate in the country.
A former NYPD detective and his wife were arrested last week for allegedly running a gambling ring and several brothels that operated in several counties.
Casinos in Macau were forced to shut down for a period of 33 hours over the weekend as Typhoon Mangkhut beared down on them, causing the destination to suffer $185.6 million in revenue.
Gambling giant International Game Technology announced last week that they've launched their Wide Area Progressive jackpots in the United States, allowing their MegaFortune progressive to be offered in the state of New Jersey.
Internet casino game developer Yggdrasil announced this week that they've signed a supply deal with EveryMatrix, which will see their games offered on the platform as a result.
This week gambling group EOSBet had their Ethereum "DApp" hacked for 40,000 EOS cryptocoins ($200,000 USD) when hackers exploiting vulnerabilities in the app's smart contracts.