Online Casino and Gambling News: February 2019

Relax Gaming and SoftGamings Sign Partnership Agreement

Betting firm Relax Gaming has announced that they will provide their games to the SoftGamings platform in a content deal that the two have reached.

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Quickspin Launches 'Ticket to the Stars' Slot

Online casino game developer Quickspin has announced that they've released their newest video slot 'Ticket to the Stars', which aims to give players an "out of this world" experience.

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Bet365 Sues Bulgarian Gambling Firm Betio

Betting giant Bet365 has announced that they've filed a lawsuit against Bulgarian betting group Betio for theft of intellectual property.

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Don Best Hacked With Malware Breach

Sports odds specialist Don Best issued a warning to their customers that they've been hacked with malware, which has put some data at risk.

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Wazdan and Oryx Sign Supply Agreement

Gaming platform Oryx Gaming announced that they've signed a supply deal with Wazdan, and will add the group's slots to their platform as a result.

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Italy Sets Online Gambling Revenue Record

Italy set a new online casino revenue record in January, but sportsbetting numbers were down from the year prior.

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Kentucky Lawmakers Introduce Sportsbetting Bill

Last week a Kentucky politician introduced a bill that would legalize sportsbetting within the state of Kentucky, allowing online poker and fantasy sports as well.

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Vermont Woman Allegedly Stole $2.2 Million to Gamble

A woman from the state of Vermont was charged by federal authorities for allegedly stealing $2.2 million from her employer in order to gamble online.

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Sportsbetting Hearing in Arizona Delayed

This week an Arizona Senate Committee hearing on the allowing sportsbetting at tribal casinos has been delayed, as lawmakers are looking to amend the bill.

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Macau Saw More Visitors This Year During Chinese New Year

Macau saw more visitors during the Chinese New year this year compared to the year prior, with a 26.1% jump in visitors for the first four days of the period.

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