Gambling News 23rd December, 2014

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BETSSON ENDS DISPUTE OVER N.G.G. EARN-OUT

23rd December, 2014 at 14:16:57
Euro 15.45 million to be paid.

A dispute over the earn-out due on Betsson's acquisition of the Nordic Gaming Group 2 years ago (see previous reports) has been settled at Euro 15.45 million.

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SAGI E-PROCESSOR MAKES ANOTHER ACQUISITION

23rd December, 2014 at 14:16:57
SafeCharge to pay Euro 14.5 million for Dublin financial company.

Barely a week after it sealed a deal to acquire CreditGuard (see previous report), Teddy Sagi's online e-processor SafeCharge is in the financial news again with an acquisition agreement for Dublin-based 3V which it expects to finalise early next year.

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EDICT INTEGRATES WITH EVERYMATRIX

23rd December, 2014 at 14:16:57
Merkur slots integrated on Casino Engine

Merkur Gauselmann subsidiary edict eGaming will integrate its Game Bridge remote gaming server into EveryMatrix ' casino engine following its first deal with a B2B provider agreed this week.

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U.S. CASINO OPERATORS TO BE ASKED TO WATCH OUT FOR ILLICIT SPORTS BET MONEY

23rd December, 2014 at 00:58:08
The U.S. Treasury Department's anti-money laundering unit is concerned about billions of dollars involved in illegal sports betting being pushed through land casinos.

US casino operators may soon be asked by federal authorities to keep a keener eye on wagers due to the billions of dollars involved, according to a Reuters news agency report Tuesday.

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