Online Casino and Gambling News: January 2020

NetEnt Releases 'Serengeti Kings' Slot

Swedish game developer NetEnt has announced that they've launched their newest game 'Serengeti Kings', which takes players to the plains of Africa for a chance to win big money.

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Mississippi Sportsbetting Revenue Dips

Sportbetting revenues in Mississippi dipped in December, this despite higher betting handle for the period.

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Mohegan Gaming Gets Athens Casino Approval

This week it was revealed that Mohegan Gaming and Entertainment has been awarded the contract for developing a casino resort at the former Hellinikon International Airport in Athens, Greece.

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Yggdrasil Unveils Publishing Branch

Swedish game developer Yggdrasil has announced the launch of a new publishing arm, which will allow clients to build their own B2B businesses.

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Spieldev Re-brands Itself as Vibra Gaming

Gaming developer and platform group Spieldev has announced that they've re-branded themselves as Vibra Gaming as they look to expand in the Latin American and South American betting markets.

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Detroit Casinos Generate $1.45 Billion in Revenue

Detroit's casinos had a stellar 2019, generating $1.45 billion in adjusted gross revenue for the year, up slightly from the year prior.

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Jackpot247 Suffers Data Breach

Betsson subsidiary Jackpot247 has suffered a serious breach of its database this week, possibly exposing sensitive player information to hackers.

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UK Gaming Groups Got Access to Educational Database

This week it was revealed that gambling firms gained access to an educational database in the UK, which provided records of 28 million children to the companies.

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Push Gaming to Purchase GSI

Games development studio Push Gaming has agreed a deal to acquire gaming technology provider GSI in an effort to scale up the delivery of products to operator partners.

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Eldorado Gets Partial Approval to Purchase Caesars

Gaming group Eldorado Resorts has been granted approval to purchase Caesars Entertainment Corporation, giving the group an important step toward finalizing the purchase.

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