Friday, January 24, 2020

Scientific Games likely to exceed EBITDA estimates in 15Q3/Q4

Sterne Agee says Scientific Games is on track to at least meet, though more likely exceed, 15Q3 and 15Q4 consensus EBITDA estimates. Analyst David Bain...

MGS gets interest from lottery, games development sectors

Organizers of November’s Macau Gaming Show have decided to extend the floor space for exhibits due to late interest, in particular from lottery and...

Weike signs distribution deal with Casino Game Maker

Weike Gaming Technologies has signed an exclusive agreement with Las Vegas-based Casino Game Maker Inc. to be an exclusive distributor in Asia. Weike will distribute...

Wellington City Council looks to impose limit on pokie machines

Wellington City Council is looking to impose a limit on the number of pokie machines in the central city, The Dominion Post reported. Previously there...

Macau foundation presents gaming law publication

CRED-DM, Reflection, Study and Diffusion Center of Macau Law has presented a book analysing a wide range of current legislation on different areas of...

Daum Kakao has no plans to tap into mobile casino market

Daum Kakao Corp., the operator of South Korea's most-used mobile messenger KakaoTalk, said it has no plans to tap into the mobile casino market,...

IGT’s priorities are deleveraging and paying a steady dividend: WF

Gaming equipment supplier IGT’s top priorities for effective capital allocation are deleveraging and paying a steady dividend, Wells Fargo said. Analyst Cameron McKnight said after...

William Hill rolls out Priority Access Card

William Hill has announced the full roll-out of its Priority Access Card, providing William Hill account holders with unrestricted and immediate access to their...

BMM to offer training sessions at African expo

BMM Testlabs, a leading gaming testing laboratory and technical consultancy, announced that it will be partnering with Africa’s gaming expo, Gambling Indaba, in November...

Experts warn against short-term fixes in Australia online review

Following months of controversy over “in-play” bets and growing offshore wagering, the Australian government has said it will launch a review of the country’s online gambling act. Industry experts are calling on the government to avoid short-term fixes and over regulation and instead to focus on the rapidly evolving nature of the sector and the technology that drives it.  

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