Wednesday, October 21, 2020
500 .com auditor resigns over disagreement on Japan bribery case

500 .com auditor resigns over disagreement on Japan bribery case

Online sports lottery provider 500 .com has announced that its auditor, Friedman LLP, resigned last week in connection with the Japan bribery case, and...

500 .com resumes its business in Sweden

500 .com has announced that its Malta-based subsidiary The Multi Group has been granted a renewed e-Gaming license for two years for secondary lottery...
Sports drives first 2020 gain in China lottery

Sports drives first 2020 gain in China lottery 

China’s two lotteries put in an impressive performance in July, marking their first month of year-on-year growth of 2020.

AGTech gets five more sports lottery contracts

AGTech Holdings said it has won sports lottery procurement contracts for five more Chinese provinces.

Lotto NZ apologizes for poor tech

Lotto NZ CEO Chris Lyman has apologized for some of the glitches in online services amidst a spike in gambling activity and said the company expects to have completely revamped its technology by 2024.

China lottery figures fall 41.7 percent in H1

Sales in China’s two state lotteries dropped 41.7 percent in the first half, with the Sports Lottery faring worse than the Welfare Lottery.

Mark Six Lottery postponed until further notice

Hong Kong lottery Mark Six, which has been suspended since February 1, 2020 will not resume as scheduled on July 21 in the interests...

Macau’s Chinese lottery swings to profitability in 2019

Chinese lottery concessionaire Sociedade de Lotarias Wing Hing Limitada has reported MOP303 million (US$39.4 million) in retained earnings for 2019, compared to the MOP15.6...

AGTech wins lottery terminal procurement bid in several provinces

AGTech Holdings Limited has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Beijing AGTech GOT Technology Co., Ltd has won the sports lottery terminal procurement bidding projects...
Singapore

Singapore to overhaul gambling regulation

Singapore said it will overhaul its gambling regulation to stay ahead of new technological trends and respond to emerging products, though stressed its overall stance would remain “generally prohibitive.”