Online Casino and Gambling News: March 2020

Swintt and SoftSwiss Sign Content Agreement

Game developer Swintt has announced that they've inked a supply deal with SoftSwiss which will see the latter distributing Swintt's games moving forward.

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UK Lawmakers Want Temporary Cap on Bets

Lawmakers in the UK are looking for a temporary cap on bets placed per day in an effort to protect those who're betting online because they've got little to occupy their time.

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Evolution Gaming Demand Remains Steady

Casino live dealer software group Evolution Gaming has posted an update, stating that demand for their games has remained strong despite the outbreak of Covid-19, which has resulted in many land-based casinos closing for the time being.

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UK Orders Shutter of Casinos and Betting Shops

This week the government of the UK has ordered betting shops, bingo halls, and casinos to close in order to help stop the spread of Covid-19 throughout the country.

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Spiffbet Proposes Metal Casino Purchase

Betting software group Spiffbet has proposed merging with Vrtcl Gaming Group, which serves as the operator of Metal Casino.

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Maryland's Sportsbetting Bill Heads to Governor

Maryland's sportsbetting bill has passed through both the House and Senate, and the legislation is now heading to Governor Larry Hogan's desk to be signed into law.

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EveryMatrix Adding More Virtual Sports Events

Betting software group EveryMatrix is working to expand the number of virtual sports products available to help provide operating partners more options for punters due to the cancellation of most sports leagues around the globe.

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Wazdan to Provide Games to Singular

Game developer Wazdan has signed a content distribution deal with Singular and will offer their games through the platform moving forward.

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Svenska Spel Will Issue SEK5 Million in Problem Gambling Grants

Swedish betting group Svenska Spel has announced that they'll be pledging an additional SEK5 million in grants to help outside groups fund gambling addiction research.

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Pennsylvania Gaming Revenues Rise Slightly in February

February's betting numbers have been published by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, showing that revenues were up slightly for betting as a whole, although sportsbetting revenues were down a whopping 79.4% from January.

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