Online Casino and Gambling News: February 2020

Norsk Tipping to Integrate Scout Gaming Products

Norwegian gaming firm Norsk Tipping has announced that they've signed an agreement with Scout Gaming and will work to integrate the company's platform into their consumer end product.

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Scientific Games Improves Financials in Fourth Quarter

Betting software group Scientific Games has published their fourth quarter 2019 financials, revealing that the company improved their financial position buy cutting the net loss result during the period.

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Pennsylvania Licenses Gaming Innovation Group

A busy couple of weeks for Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) continued today after it was revealed that the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board authorized the group to provide betting affiliate services within the Keystone State.

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Evolution Games Live on MyCasino.ch

Swiss gaming site myCasino.ch has launched a suite of live dealer games from Evolution Gaming, bringing a number of webcast table games to their library.

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Jackpot Pinatas Progressive Hit for $621,555 at Bovada

Earlier today a punter playing at the American-friendly casino Bovada hit the Jackpot Pinatas Progressive for a huge $621,555 prize.

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Betway Gets Portuguese License

Online betting firm Betway has announced that they've been granted a Portuguese gaming license by the Comissão de Jogos do Turismo de Portugal, which serves as the country's gaming regulator.

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Gaming Innovation Group's Fourth Quarter Performance Sags

Online betting firm Gaming Innovation Group has posted their fourth quarter 2019 financials, noting that revenues were down across multiple sectors.

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Triplebet License Suspended by UKGC

The United Kingdom Gambling Commission has announced that they've suspended the gaming license of Triplebet, which is the parent company of betting operator Matchbook.

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14 Businesses Caught Offering Illegal Gambling in Michigan

Michigan's Attorney General and the Michigan Gaming Control Board has sent out cease and desist letters to fourteen different companies that were found to be offering illegal gambling within the state.

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Lithuanian Gaming Market Grows 13.1% in 2019

Lithuania's regulated gambling market grew an impressive 13.1% in 2019, with the country's revenues for the year reaching €112.6 million.

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