Online Casino and Gambling News: September 2021

Wazdan Signs Content Deal With MeridianBet

Betting operator MeridianBet has signed an agreement with Wazdan and will adopt the latter's software into their site as a result.

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Michigan Internet Gaming Revenues Hit $97.2 Million in August

The Michigan Gaming Control Board announced their August financials for the online betting industry in the Wolverine State, revealing that internet revenues rose to $97.2 million for the period.

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New Jersey Sports Wagers Surpass 2020 Total

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced the state's August betting revenues, noting that more wagers have surpassed the total for 2020, despite there still being several months to go in 2021.

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Golden Nugget and Greentube Partner in USA

This week Golden Nugget Online Gaming announced that they're partnering with Novomatic subsidiary Greentube and will adopt the latter's games into their U.S. betting sites.

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Sonoma County Casino Planned by Koi Nation

The Koi Nation native American tribe has announced that they're planning to build a $600 million casino resort in Sonoma County on a 68 acre tract of land.

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Partouche Revenues Jump in Third Quarter

Betting firm Groupe Partouche announced their third quarter fiscal results for the month ending July 31st, 2021, noting that revenues grew 38.8% when compared to the same time last year.

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UK Gambling Yield Falls

This week the UK Gambling Commission announced that online gross gambling yield for the month of July dropped by 8.0% from June, coming in at £456.4 million, the lowest number in the past six months.

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Largest-Ever SupaJax Jackpot Won

About an hour before the publication of this story, the largest-ever SupaJax Jackpot was hit, bringing the player $112,951 in the process.

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Macau Casino Stocks Drop Following Chinese Review News

Today stocks of gaming companies that have a strong presence in Macau dropped sharply as the news that China is planning a review of gambling overhauls, with some companies seeing as much as a 34% drop in share prices.

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Tipico to Enter Indiana and Iowa

German betting company Tipico has announced that they've partnered with Caesars Entertainment and will be entering the regulated sportsbetting states of Iowa and Indiana as a result.

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