Online Casino and Gambling News: November 2021

Foxwoods El San Juan Casino Opens

This week the Foxwoods El San Juan Casino in the Fairmont San Juan Hotel opened its doors in Puerto Rico, marking a new market for the Connecticut-based Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation.

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DraftKings Becomes Partner of Boston Bruins

This week it was revealed that American sportsbetting group DraftKings has signed an agreement with the NHL's Boston Bruins, becoming an Official Sportsbetting Partner of the team.

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Jackpot Raiders Legendary Jackpot Hit for €149,571

Today a lucky gambler at Betsson hit the Jackpot Raiders Legendary Jackpot, channeling their inner Indiana Jones and winning €149,571 in the process.

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Microgaming to Sell Off Quickfire Brand

Online gaming pioneer Microgaming announced today that it is selling off its Quickfire business to Games Global for an undisclosed sum.

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Microgaming Launches 'Hyper Star' Slot

Gaming software group Microgaming has announced its newest video slot 'Hyper Star', which was developed for the company by Gameburger Studios.

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Illegal Gambling Surged in Italy During Pandemic

A report from Lottomatica this week indicated that illegal gambling within Italy rose by more than 50% during the Covid-19 pandemic and currently has a market value in excess of €18 billion.

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Aristocrat Releases Latest Financial Results

Australian gaming giant Aristocrat Leisure Limited has released its 2021 financial results, noting that revenues rose 14.4% to A$4.74 billion.

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Mississippi Sets Handle Record in October

The state of Mississippi saw $83.5 million bet on sports in October, the highest-ever total reported since the activity went live in October 2019.

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Australia Warns Tabcorp Over In-Play Betting

This week it was announced that the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) issued a formal warning to operator Tabcorp after the company was found to have accepted in-play bets for an American NCAA Basketball game.

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IGT to Consider Sports/Digital Spinoffs

Betting behemoth International Game Technology (IGT) revealed that it is considering a spin-off of its sportsbetting and digital brands, breaking the company into different units.

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