Australia

Comtrade Gaming’s G2S (Game to System) Host-side Protocol Stacks will be integrated into Tatts Group products starting in 2017.

AGS, a full-service designer and manufacturer of gaming products, has made waves across blackjack tables throughout the U.S. with its hugely popular Buster Blackjack side bet.

Crown Resorts chairman Robert Rankin has announced he will be stepping down in February, to be replaced by executive deputy chairman John Alexander.

Australian lotteries giant Tatts Group Ltd. has rejected the A$7.3 billion (US$5.5 billion) offer from the Pacific Consortium for its acquisition.

Jumbo Interactive says it expects net profit after tax to be around A$2 million ($1.45 million), in line with the same period in 2015, according to a filing to the Australian Stock Exchange on Monday.

Tabcorp has been found guilty of illegally luring punters to open new accounts through promotions published both online and in print, SBC News reports.

Crown Resorts’ credit ratings were reaffirmed by Fitch Ratings after the Australian operator announced plans to scrap a planned project to build a resort in Las Vegas and to sell down its stake in Melco Crown Entertainment.

A consortium of four financial investors, called the Pacific Consortium, has offered up to A$7.3 billion (US$5.5 billion) for the acquisition of Australian lottery operator Tatts Group, according to a filing to the Australian Stock Exchange on Wednesday.

Visitor registration is open for AGE 2017, a full 7 months prior to when it opened for the 2016 Expo, says organizers.

Developers building more than 2000 apartments in Brisbane’s $3 billion Queen’s Wharf casino-resort project have been given almost 20 years to complete the triple towers.

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