SBC Events is introducing a dedicated full day conference track on racing at Betting on Sports 2017, held at Olympia from September 12-15.

The Macau SAR government has extended the concession granted to Macau Horse Racing Company Ltd for a period of six months.

Australian wagering giant, Tabcorp swung to a loss of A$20.8 million ($16.5 million) in the year ending June 30, hurt by the costs of its merger with rival Tatts and legal costs.

Hong Kong’s 2016/17 season came to an end on Sunday, with the Hong Kong Jockey Club reporting record turnover of HK$117.5 billion (US$15.1 billion) for the season, up 10.7 percent year-on-year.

Sky Racing World has increased its Saturday night offering from three Australian Racing meets to four for North American fans.

Australia’s gaming and gambling market is currently valued over US$18 billion. With massive growth comes greater challenges as well as new opportunities.

Australia’s booming sports betting market is still seen as being attractive to foreign investors despite the merger of local incumbents Tatts and Tabcorp, which are now expected to dominate the market.

 

Australia’s booming sports betting market is still seen as being attractive to foreign investors despite the merger of local incumbents Tatts and Tabcorp, which are now expected to dominate the market. Opponents to the merger say the combination will reduce competition in the fastest growing area of the market - online and telephone betting. It also comes hot on the heels of new online gambling legislation, which far from bringing Australia in line with international standards, imposed a more restrictive regime.

 

 



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Sky Racing World, the Kentucky-based distributor of international horse-racing content and subsidiary of Australian wagering operator Tabcorp, has entered into a partnership with the Korea Racing Authority (KRA).

Adverse changes in the regulatory environment in Vietnam have prompted Success Dragon to terminate its Greyhound operation agreements in Vietnam.

The Bangalore Turf Club has finally received a license to conduct summer races after it was held back due to a CID probe.

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