Online Casino and Gambling News: February 2020

Everton Ends Sponsorship With SportPesa

Everton FC has reached an agreement with SportPesa to rescind the sportsbetting operator's sponsorship early after three years of working together.

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Loto Quebec 2019 Financials Drop 11.1%

Canadian gaming monopoly Loto Quebec has posted their full-year 2019 financial results, noting that revenues dropped 11.1% for the period.

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Delaware Online Betting Revenue Rises 38.8% in January

Delaware's iGaming industry saw revenues jump 38.8% in January, with the total coming in at $387,865 during the period.

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Betsson to Buy Rizk, Guts, Kaboo, and Thrills Casino Brands

Swedish betting firm Betsson has announced that they've come to an agreement with Gaming Innovation Group to purchase the company's Rizk, Guts, Kaboo, and Thrills casino brands for an initial investment of €31 million.

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Australian State of NSW Fines Ladbrokes $207,500

Ladbrokes Australia and Neds has been smashed with a record-setting fine by the New South Wales Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority for illegal gambling marketing activities within the state.

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KSA Issues Fines on Illegal Gambling Machines

The Netherlands' gaming regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) has announced that they've issued fines of €86,528 and €11,056 against two operators that offered illegal gambling machines throughout the country.

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LeoVegas Profits Nosedive in 2019

Leading online betting operator LeoVegas has announced their 2019 full-year financials, noting that profits for the period dropped severely.

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NetEnt Posts Mixed Financials for 2019

Online casino game developer NetEnt has posted their 2019 financial results, sharing that revenues were up slightly but that profits were down for the year.

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New Jersey Sets Sportsbetting Record in January

New Jersey set an all-time record for sportsbetting revenues in January, as operators made $53.6 million on the activity, up 185.2% from last year.

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Wyoming Considering Legalizing Sportsbetting

The state of Wyoming may be the next state to legalize and regulate sportsbetting, as lawmakers within the Cowboy State have introduced a bill that would make online and mobile sports wagers kosher.

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