Online Casino and Gambling News: February 2019

BetConstruct to Sponsor Arsenal FC

This week football giant Arsenal FC announced that they've signed a sponsorship deal with BetConstruct, adding the betting group as their Official Gaming Software Partner.

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Bede Gaming to Add AGS Games to Platform

Internet betting group Bede Gaming announced that they've come to a content supply deal with AGS and will distribute the latter's games on their platform.

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NetEnt Signs Distribution Agreement With Parx Casino

Internet betting group NetEnt has come to a distribution agreement with Parx Casino in Pennsylvania, which will let the group distribute their games in the upcoming internet gambling market in the Keystone State.

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EU Says Blocking Casino Websites Doesn't Work

The European Commission released a study this week that shows that the popular tactic of gaming regulators of blocking unlicensed betting websites is ineffective in stopping access to unlicensed betting.

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William Hill Now Owns 98.5% of MRG

UK-based William Hill has increased their ownership in online group MRG (formerly Mr Green) to 98.5% as they get set to take over operations of the company.

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NetEnt to Release 'Ozzy Osbourne' Slot

NetEnt is turning the dial up to 11 and getting ready to bang heads, as they're gearing up to release a slot machine based on rock star Ozzy Osbourne, sure to make players batty (in a good way).

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NetEnt Teases 'Conan the Barbarian' Slot

Casino game group NetEnt teased an upcoming title with 'Conan', which is the latest branded video slot license to be obtained by the Swedish firm.

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Playtech Signs Extension With Norsk Tipping

Norway's gaming group Norsk Tipping announced that their subsidiary firm Videobet signed a 10 year extension with Playtech, who'll continue providing video lottery terminals to the group.

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Man Loses $1.5 Million on Super Bowl Bet

A gambler who won big last year lost big THIS year as he placed a $1.5 million wager on the Los Angeles Rams to win Super Bowl LIII, making him a colossal loser (even if we're still jealous that he won all that money last year).

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Canadian Thieves Launder Money Through Casinos

Canadian thieves reportedly laundered money through a series of casinos as well as through government accounts, with up to $2 billion having been moved.

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