SOFT SWISS (iGaming software developer) shared the results of the outgoing year. Compared to last year, all financial results more than doubled. The average monthly GGR was 200 million euros, compared to 88 million in 2020. One of the main reasons for this growth was the company’s entry into several new markets at once, among which were Japan, Brazil, Argentina, India, and Tunisia.
Kambi signs long-term agreement with Affinity Interactive
Kambi has signed a long-term partnership agreement with operator Affinity Interactive. This will give Affinity access to Kambi technologies such as odds calculation and customer data collection. Another result of the collaboration will be a new online betting shop in Iowa, which will be available in other states in the future.
New York approved operators for online gambling
The New York State Gaming Commission has approved four operators to launch the online betting market. The market began its work last Saturday, January 8th. The licensed operators are Caesars Sportsbooks, DraftKings, FanDuel, and Rush Street Interactive. The list could soon be expanded with names such as Bally’s, BetMGM, Wynn Interactive, Resorts World, and PointsBet.
Notified that since January, Google began to accept and place sports betting ads from certified state-licensed organizations in New York.
Iowa is going down
Iowa bookmakers have reported for December. Total revenue compared to the previous month decreased by 32% from 19.7 to 13 million dollars. The total amount of bets was 270 million dollars. Online accounted for 91% of that figure, generating $11.9 million in revenue.
Power of Illinois
Bookmakers in Illinois recorded a record amount of income for November – the state managed to earn almost $ 80 million. The total amount of bets decreased to 780 million dollars. Despite this, Illinois has been a significant contributor to the US sports betting market, accounting for over 12% of bookmaker November revenue across the country.
Flutter Entertainment bought Tombola
Flutter Entertainment has completed the acquisition of British online bingo operator Tombola for £402m ($547m). The purchase was announced in November 2021. According to statistics, Tombola provides services to 400,000 users every month.
NetBet continues cooperation with Play’n Go
Italian online operator NetBet continues its partnership with content provider Play’n Go. Thus, the casino will add the latest developer content to its range. This included games such as Book of Dead, Legacy of Dead, Reactoonz, Rise of Olympus, and Fire Joker.
Playtech signs deal with NorthStar
Playtech has signed a contract with Canadian online casino and sports betting company NorthStar. Under the terms of the contract, Playtech will provide its technologies for all NorthStar Gaming platforms. The agreement will enter into force only after regulatory approval.
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