Back in October, Resorts Casino in New Jersey revealed details about its joint venture with the Swedish provider of casino software NetEnt. Two months after the deal was signed, Resorts Digital announced a transactional waiver has been received and the first two slots, powered by Netent, were released mere hours ago. Resorts and Mohegan Sun Casino users are now enabled to enjoy Gonzo’s Quest and Starburst.
Australian betting and gaming operator Tabcorp Holdings announced that it had signed a partnership agreement with News UK, known to be the publisher of The Sun tabloid, for the launch of an online gaming and wagering business for UK-based customers.
New England casinos have been reportedly increasing the chances of a player to hit a payout on slot machines, in order to attract more gambling customers amidst the constantly intensifying competition in the region.
UK betting and gambling operators announced that they are to install special software on the gambling machines featured at their shops in order to encourage problem players to stop betting. The move comes as part of the Player Awareness Systems initiative introduced today by the Association of British Bookmakers.
UK-based betting and gaming operator Ladbrokes plc announced today the appointment of John Kelly as Chairman of the company’s Board. Mr. Kelly has taken the post immediately, after former Ladbrokes Chairman Peter Erskine stepped down from the position on December 3. The gambling company also announced that Mark Pain has been appointed as Non-Executive Director and Chairman of its Audit Committee.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) announced earlier today that gambling operator Betway has become sponsor for both Fed Cup and Davis Cup. Under the terms of the recently signed agreement, the gaming company’s international sponsorship is to continue up to 2018.