Online Casino and Gambling News: 2019

BetConstruct Will Offer Virtual Sports in UK

The United Kingdom Gambling Commission has granted approval to BetConstruct to provide virtual events within the country.

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New Jersey Sets Another Sportsbetting Record in October

The state of New Jersey has set another sportsbetting revenue record in October, with $46.4 million in revenues generated on a handle of $487.9 million in wagers placed.

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Blueprint Gaming Purchases Livewire Gaming

UK game developer Bluprint Gaming has purchased fellow designer Livewire Gaming and will bring the group under their umbrella moving forward.

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Winamax Forced to Cancel €1 Million Tournament

Betting site Winamax was forced to cancel their Million Circus KO tournament this week after technical issues plagued the operator.

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BtoBet and Oryx Sign Content Supply Deal

Online betting groups BtoBet and ORYX Gaming have signed a content deal that'll see the latter's games being added to the former's platform.

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Wire Act Lawsuit Delayed

This week the United States Court of Appeals for the First Court granted the US Department of Justice a delay for the lawsuit related to the Wire Act of 1961, which would ban online gambling if the DOJ gets its way.

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Camelot Sales Rise in First Half

UK Lottery group Camelot has posted their first-half financial results, noting that ticket sales reached £3.92 billion during the period.

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Malta Cancels Sports Fantech's License

This week the Malta Gaming Authority has announced that they've revoked the license of Sports Fantech after the operator was found to have not made payments to the regulator.

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Netherlands Regulator Adds Rules for Online Licenses

This week the Netherlands' gaming regulator Kansspelautoriteit has revealed additional details on licensing regulations for online operators, which will apply to international betting companies.

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PokerStars Dumping 'Power Up' Game

Internet poker firm PokerStars has announced that they've decided to pull their 'Power Up' game after two years of operation.

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