Gambling News 10th February, 2017

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BETTING DRIVES SOUTH AFRICAN GAMBLING MARKET

10th February, 2017 at 09:06:44
Boosted by introduction of licensed online sports betting.

The fifth edition of the PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) South African gambling outlook report was released this week, revealing a total increase in gross gambling revenues for casinos, limited payout machines, bingo and betting of R26 billion during 2015, an 11.2 percent increase on the previous year.

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KINDRED GROUP PARTNERS GAMEVY

10th February, 2017 at 09:06:44
For instant win and scratch content.

Gamevy clinched its latest content supply deal with Kindred Group (formerly Unibet) this week as the operator seeks to expand its instant win and scratch games portfolio.

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DUTERTE TURNS HIS EYE TO ILLEGAL GAMBLING

10th February, 2017 at 09:06:44
Issues executive order directing the eradication of illegal operators.

Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte is focusing on eradicating illegal gambling, signing an executive order that directs law and regulatory agencies to collaborate in ridding the country of unlicensed operators.

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