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22, Nov, 2017

Foreign online bookmaker Unibet says it will be ramping up its marketing in Australia with the aim of increasing its market share.

21, Nov, 2017

Australian casino operator Crown Resorts has announced the appointment of two new non-executive directors, Jane Halton and Toni Korsanos to the Crown board.

20, Nov, 2017

More than 25 percent of Australian online gamblers are users of illegal offshore gambling sites, and are more likely to be problem gamblers, according to a recent study.

20, Nov, 2017

The House of Representatives is looking at increasing the maximum fine that can be imposed on players, licensees, vendors and employees of Imperial Pacific International under a new bill, local media reports.

If adopted, the new bill will see the present penalty ceiling of $50,000 to increase to $800,000.

According to House Gaming Committee chair Rep. Joseph Deleon Guerrero, the penalty ceiling would be the largest amount imposed on a casino in the US.

20, Nov, 2017

News Corp Australia has confirmed the appointment of Ben Bloomfield as the new CEO of digital racing publisher punters.com.au.

19, Nov, 2017

Cambodia-based NagaCorp recently sent a high-level delegation to Australia's Sunshine Coast, suspected to be scouting for IR development opportunties in the Maroochydore City Centre.

17, Nov, 2017

The merger of Tabcorp and Tatts Group is back on track after the Australian Competition Tribunal ruled on Friday that the merger is allowed proceed again.

17, Nov, 2017

SkyCity has appointed Liz McNally into the newly created position of chief marketing officer.

16, Nov, 2017

Lottoland, which was barred this week from taking bets on domestic Australian lotteries, vows to press on with its international business in the country and warned that the growing online operations of the incumbents pose a greater threat than it does to agents and ticket sellers.

16, Nov, 2017

New Zealand’s racing industry is facing a major overhaul designed to bring in more international interest and boost revenue, though some critics say it increases political involvement in a traditionally neutral industry.

The recent national elections returned strident nationalist leader Winston Peters as Minister of Racing and Deputy Prime Minister in a coalition government. Peters leads the New Zealand First Party (NZF), which holds the balance of power in the New Zealand parliament following an inconclusive election in September.

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