Online Casino and Gambling News: November 2018

The Stars Group Posts Third Quarter Fiscal Results

Online betting firm The Stars Group has posted their third quarter 2018 fiscal report, revealing that their revenues were up during the period.

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888 Becomes First NFL Betting Partner

Betting firm 888 has signed a partnership agreement with the New York Jets, becoming the first betting company to sign a deal with an NFL team.

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ASA Censures Unibet Over Tweet

Internet gaming firm Kindred Group has been censured by the UK Advertising Standards Authority, as its Unibet brand was found to have violated regulations due to a tweet by horse racing trainer Nicky Henderson.

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Twin Casino Gets Greentube Games

Internet betting site Twin Casino announced this week that they've signed a content deal with Greentube and are now offering the developer's games as a result.

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MGM and Caesars Reportedly in Merger Talks

Today the New York Post is reporting that land casino titans MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment are in merger talks, the latest rumored talks related to the future of Caesars in recent weeks.

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Ladbrokes, Sportsbet Sites Crash Ahead of Melbourne Cup

Just ahead of Australia's Melbourne Cup the websites of Sportsbet and Ladbrokes crashed under the stress of the number of wagers trying to be placed.

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Scout Gaming Gets UK B2B License

Fantasy sports developer Scout Gaming announced this week that they've been granted a business to business license from the UK Gambling Commission, allowing the company to provide their products to operators in the country.

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Bet-at-Home Financials on the Rise

Online gaming group Bet-at-Home announced their third quarter financial results, noting that earnings were up for the period.

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Hard Rock Atlantic City Fined by NJDGE

This week Hard Rock International was fined $5,000 by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement for not disclosing the hiring of a new executive, which is required by state law.

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Dutch Regulator Hands Out €350,000 in Fines

Last week the Dutch gaming regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) announced that they've handed out €350,000 in fines against CyberRock Entertainment NV and Honeydew Trading for offering online betting services without authorization.

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