Online Casino and Gambling News: August 2019

Lottoland Prevails in Australian Court Case

Internet lottery group Lottoland has prevailed in court, as the Supreme Court of New South Wales has ruled that the group's services are compliant with Australian law.

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Partypoker Catches 121 Bots in July

Internet poker group Partypoker has announced that they've shut down 121 bot accounts across its network, the third largest month for seizures that the operator has conducted.

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IGT Settles Copyright Case With G2C

Land gaming giant IGT has settled a copyright infringement case against slot designer GC2 over copyright infringement and IP licensing rights.

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Microgaming Signs Gameburger Studios to Exclusive Content Deal

Online casino giant Microgaming has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Gameburger Studios and will distribute the group's games to their operating partners as a result.

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Veikkaus Will Overhaul Player Rewards Program

Finland gaming firm Veikkaus has announced that they're working on overhauling their customer rewards program to help protect players from excessive gambling.

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Sportingtech Software Going Live at BetOn Uganda

Internet betting software group Sportingtech has announced that they've signed a deal with MENA Sports Consulting Limited, and will provide their sportsbetting and gambling software to the group's BetOn Uganda brand as a result.

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New Jersey Online Betting Numbers Up in July

The New Jersey of Division of Gaming Enforcement has revealed the state's online betting numbers for July, revealing that online casinos generated $53 million in revenue during the period.

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LeoVegas Revenue Up in First Half

Online gaming group LeoVegas has announced their first half 2019 financial results, noting that revenues were up but profits were down for the period.

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1xBet's UK Brand Closes

Two days after an article in the Sunday Times called out gaming group 1xBet and several English Premier League clubs that have partnered with the shady brand, the site has closed its UK-facing operations amid allegations of illegal conduct.

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Relax Gaming Integrates ReelPlay Software

Casino betting firm Relax Gaming has announced that they've signed a content distribution agreement with ReelPlay, allowing them to offer the latter's games on their Silver Bullet platform.

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