Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Cambodia-based group to develop blockchain lottery platform

Kelly Holding Group, a Cambodia-based company, says it is developing a blockchain powered lottery platform aimed at “revolutionizing” the lottery industry. In a press...

Australia gambling expenditure dips 0.5 percent

Australia’s total gambling expenditure fell 0.5 percent in the 2016/2017 year, with casino table games posting a 7.8 percent drop in the same period, according to the latest figures from the Queensland Government Statistician's Office.

AGTech secures sports lottery technical service supply contract

China lottery service provider AGTech has announced it has successfully won the bid to provide certain technical services to the China Sports Lottery. In a...

Singapore betting tax flat in 2017/2018

Singapore raked in $2.7 billion ($1.99 billion) in betting taxes in the 2017/2018 financial year, unchanged from the year earlier.

Four Indian lottery companies found owing GST

Four major Indian lottery companies have been slapped for the underpayment of taxes, leaving the Ludhiana exchequer down more than Rs. 13 crores (US$1.8...

WA to impose fine on punters using synthetic lotteries

The Western Australia (WA) government is furthering the federal government clampdown on synthetic lotteries by including provisions that would fine punters for engaging in...

AGTech adds to sports lottery gains

AGTech Holdings said its Beijing AGTech GOT Technology Co. has won the lottery hardware tenders to supply lottery terminals to the Sports Lottery Administration Center in Zhejiang province and Hubei province.

Kerala introduces special lottery for flood victims

The state of Kerala has decided to introduce a special lottery in order to provide funds for thousands of people affected by recent devastating...

Takarakuji lottery revenues on declining path

Japan’s Takarakuji lottery tickets witnessed a year-on-year decline of 6.9 percent in FY2017, falling to JPY786.6 billion ($7.1 billion). This continues the downward trend that has been in evidence since peaking over a decade ago in FY2005.

Transact Q2 revenue gains 8 percent as international casino sales surge

Transact Technologies said its Q2 net sales rose 8 percent, boosted by surging sales to casinos in Europe, Asia and Australia.

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