Online Casino and Gambling News: August 2022

Lithuania Fines Tete-a-Tete Casino

This week the Lithuania Gambling Supervisory Authority announced that it has fined Tete-a-Tete Casino and Betsafe for violating gambling laws in the country.

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Massachusetts Lawmakers Reach Sportsbetting Deal

Today it was revealed that lawmakers in Massachusetts have come to an agreement related to sportsbetting, beating a deadline for the activity to pass through the legislature.

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Sportradar Launched Virtual NBA Product

Online betting information and data company Sportradar has partnered with the National Basketball Association to launch a new Virtual NBA product.

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Greentube to Launch in Ontario Market

Novomatic subsidiary Greentube announced that they've been granted a gaming license from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario and will begin supplying video slots to casinos in the market.

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EveryMatrix Gets Ontario License

Betting platform supplier EveryMatrix announced that they've been granted a gaming license by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario and will now be permitted to supply games to betting operators in the province moving forward.

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Rush Street Interactive Launches Sportsbook in Maryland

Rush Street Interactive's BetRivers brand has launched a retail sportsbook in the state of Maryland, working in conjunction with Bingo World to get the location to launch services.

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Kindred Sued by Odd Molly Founder

Online betting operator Kindred is being sued by clothing brand Odd Molly's founder Per Holknekt, who's seeking SEK10 million from the company after he lost millions gambling with the company.

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Soaring Eagle Partners With Detroit Lions

Michigan tribal gaming group Soaring Eagle and Resort announced that they've reached an agreement with the NFL's Detroit Lions, becoming an official partner of the team.

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Lottery sales site filed an SEC advisory, informing the regulator that it doesn't have the financial means to pay the $425,000 it owes employees.

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