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Australia

CrownBet has agreed to no longer impede the US$8.3 billion Tabcorp Tatts merger, after reaching a settlement agreement with the wagering giant.

Gaming supplier Aristocrat Leisure said it achieved strong performance in its global portfolio, especially in the Americas, as well as its digital and international CIII segments, boosting profit and revenue in FY17.

Oulala will expand its monetized platform via its new partnership with Bravio, initially seeking to penetrate the relatively untapped Indian mobile market networks.

Slot design specialist Lightning Box has secured a new agreement with High 5 Games, one of the pioneers of social casino gaming.

South Australia Deputy Premier John Rau said he has received “disturbing” reports of online gambling providers enticing children and other vulnerable people to gamble, local media reports.

Ainsworth Game Technology says it expects to make up for a difficult first half of the financial year, with product approval delays, temporary margin impacts, change in sales mix and lower unit sales in Asia impacting on results.

Australia saw total expenditure on gambling increase 3.9 percent in the 2015-16 period, with sports betting clocking the highest growth at 13 percent year-on-year.

Strong lotteries jackpot performance boosted Tatts Group revenue for the first quarter of FY18, a boost of 6.8 percent compared to previous year period, according to the latest filing from the operator on Tuesday.

A new whistleblower in the Crown pokies tampering case has come forward, alleging that the casino operator instructed staff to remove certain gambling options that allowed punters to win too much.

Members of the Liberal National Party in Queensland have pledged their opposition to having a casino built on the Sunshine Coast, and have vowed to fight any attempt to secure a license, according to Sunshine Coast Daily.

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