Online Casino and Gambling News: April 2019

Court: Harrah's Didn't Need to Cut Off Compulsive Gambler

This week a federal court ruled that Harrah's in Atlantic City was not legally obligated to cut off a problem gambler from betting, as he racked up $188,000 in debt to the resort.

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Trannel International Booted From Norway

Kindred subsidiary Trannel International has been kicked out of the Norwegian gaming market by the country's gaming regulator Lottstift after reportedly operating without a license.

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Casumo Heads to Denmark

Casino operator Casumo has announced that they've entered the Danish market after being licensed by the country's gaming regulator.

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Yggdrasil Brings Dreamtech Gaming Titles to Platform

Casino gaming group Yggdrasil announced this week announced that they've signed a content agreement with Dreamtech Gaming and will add the developer's games to their platform as a result.

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Kentucky Gubernatorial Candidate Wants Legal Gambling

Kentucky Gubernatorial candidate Andy Beshear has come out in favor of legalizing casino gambling and sportsbetting within his state as a measure to help fix the state's failing pension fund.

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Mama June Hits the Slots

Mama June is big into the slots, and the reality television star tested her luck this past weekend, spinning the reels at Wind Creek Casino in Montgomery, Alabama.

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Casinos Begin Applying for Swiss Online Licenses

This week online casino operators have begun applying for Swiss online betting licenses, getting set for the market to launch later this year.

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32Red Extends Shirt Sponsorship With Rangers

This week Kindred subsidiary 32Red announced that they've signed an extension of their shirt sponsorship for Scottish Premiership club Rangers through the 2020-2021 season.

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Red Tiger Gains Swiss License

Online casino game developer Red Tiger Gaming has announced that they've gained a gaming license in Switzerland, with 30 of their games being okayed by the regulator in advance of the market going live later this year.

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Sportradar Continues Integrity Deal With FIA

Sportsbetting integrity group Sportradar announced this week that they've signed an extension deal with the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) and will continue monitoring for any potential integrity violations moving forward.

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