Gambling News 27th April, 2015

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TITANBET.CO.UK SIGNS SPONSORSHIP DEAL WITH LINGFIELD PARK

27th April, 2015 at 19:20:12
Sportsbook continues UK racing expansion

Online gambling operator Titanbet.co.uk has pushed on with its UK racing sponsorship drive by agreeing a deal with all-weather racetrack, Lingfield Park Racecourse.

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INTERWETTEN BEGINS ITS 25TH YEAR IN GOOD SHAPE

27th April, 2015 at 19:20:12
Solid Q1/2015 results augur well for the rest of the year, CEO says.

Online sports betting pioneer Interwetten began its 25th Anniversary Year with a strong start in Q1/2015 results:

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SVENSKA SPEL REVENUES DECLINE IN FIRST QUARTER

27th April, 2015 at 19:20:12
Tough competition and responsible gaming measures impact results

Swedish state-owned gambling operator Svenska Spel reported a tough first quarter 2015 saying foreign operators and stringent responsible gambling measures aided a 4.7 percent drop in Gross Gaming Revenue year-on-year and a consolidated operating profit of SEK 1.2 billion, down 4.2 percent.

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EVERYMATRIX APPOINT COO

27th April, 2015 at 12:22:15
Internal promotion

iGaming solutions provider EveryMatrix named Doina Stefanescu as its new Chief Operations Officer, succeeding Jan Ridenfeldt who was appointed managing director of NYX Gaming Group Sweden.

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2015 OFF TO A GOOD START FOR PLAYTECH

27th April, 2015 at 08:28:16
Q1-2015 numbers are mostly headed in the right direction and growth remains strong.

Online gambling software provider Playtech plc has released its Q1-2015 results, reporting further strong growth in all verticals, with the exception of online poker.

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GAMES MARKETING PARTNERS WITH REALISTIC GAMES

27th April, 2015 at 08:28:16
Supplier collaboration will provide engaging multi-channel content.

Table games specialist Games Marketing has licensed two of the world's top side bets to UK online gambling software developer Realistic Games.

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WARNING ON DECLINING MACAU ECONOMY

27th April, 2015 at 08:28:16
Danger of gambling island slipping into recession, says university.

If the fading gambling revenues being experienced at present persist, the Chinese gambling enclave of Macau could be headed for its biggest recession in 33 years, researchers at the University of Macau predict.

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BUSY WEEK AHEAD FOR PENNSYLVANIAN POLITICIANS (Update)

27th April, 2015 at 08:28:16
Committee hearings aplenty on internet gambling and a response to the challenges of neighbouring competitors.

Pennsylvania Representative John Payne's Gaming Oversight Committee has a busy week ahead, with hearings in the legislature and out at two land casinos, where it will consider measures to help land casinos meet the challenges from neighbouring states, and discuss the legalisation of online gambling.

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