Online Casino and Gambling News: October 2020

Greentube Gets Spooky With 'Spooky Spells' Slot

Novomatic subsidiary Greentube has announced that they've launched their newest game 'Spooky Spells', which sees you spinning the reels with a witch that looks to put a spell on you.

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Mr Green Gets Spanish Gaming License

William Hill subsidiary Mr Green has been granted a gaming license through la Dirección General del Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ), which will allow the company to provide betting services in Spain.

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MGM Will Bring Back Vegas Entertainment in November

American gaming giant MGM Resorts International is bringing entertainment back to Las Vegas beginning next month with the hopes of bringing more visitors to a struggling Sin City.

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Vibra Gaming Launches 'Popeye' Slot

Vibra Gaming is letting you play the role of a popular sailor man with the launch of their newest video slot 'Popeye' based on the comics and cartoons that were popular when your grandparents were children.

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Belgium Limits Casino Capacity to 40

Covid-19 cases are surging throughout Europe and Belgium's Consultation Committee is implemented a new rule on casino capacity, making it so that venues can only host 40 people at a time.

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Gamesys Sees Revenues Rise 31% in Third Quarter

Gaming firm Gamesys has shared their third-quarter 2020 trading update, noting that revenues for the period rose 31% when compared to the same period last year.

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Mississippi Sportsbetting Revenues Rise Up in September

This week the Mississippi Gaming Commission revealed that sportsbetting numbers in the state rose 17.9% from the same period last year.

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Tabcorp Sees First Quarter Revenue Decline

Australian betting firm Tabcorp has posted their first quarter financial results for the year, noting that revenues dropped 5.7% compared to the same period last year.

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EveryMatrix CasinoEngine Adds Leap Gaming Titles

Game platform specialist EveryMatrix has announced that they've signed a deal with Leap Gaming and will add the developer's games to their CasinoEngine platform moving forward.

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Playtech to Provide Software to Novibet

Casino software firm Playtech has announced that they've signed a content deal with Greek brand Novibet and will provide live dealer games as well as traditional casino games to the group as a result.

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