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esi digital summit esports nuances need to be understood for the sake of integrity

ESI’s Digital Summit has highlighted the growth of esports in terms of its global viewership and in its betting take-up. Yet, as esports becomes more popular, it heightens its risk of match fixing and corruption.  One of the summit’s concurrent

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scottish racing gets green light for 22 june restart

In accordance with the Scottish Government’s route map for exiting lockdown, Scottish racing has been given the green light to resume behind closed doors from Monday 22 June. Discussions are currently taking place between Scottish Racing and the Scottish Government

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hri boosts coverage of irish racing with rte agreement

Marking the return of racing, Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) has secured a new broadcast agreement with Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ) to boost the coverage of the sport. As part of the agreement, RTÉ confirmed that it will be launching a

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flutter calls for 850m private placement seeking to capitalise on disruptions

Flutter Entertainment Plc has this afternoon confirmed that it plans to sanction a private placement of 8 million corporate shares made available to ‘institutional investors’. The enlarged FTSE100 gambling group seeks to raise a further £850 million in working capital,

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ukgc publishes customer neglect findings of ptes

The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has published its investigation findings on defunct online betting group PT Entertainment Services (PTES), the operating company for winner.co.uk and Titanbet (titanbet.co.uk) A Playtech B2C subsidiary, PTES voluntarily surrendered the licences for its entire brand

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pmu begins search for president as meheut steps down

French sports and horse race betting operator Pari-Mutuel Urbain (PMU) has begun its search for a new President after Bertrand Méheut resigned for the position on 26 May. The resignation comes as Méheut expressed his plan to ‘devote himself fully

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norways monopoly brought into question as problem gambling rates increase

New research carried out by the University of Bergen has revealed a 62% increase in Norway’s problem gambling rate, bringing the effectiveness of the country’s monopoly into question. The research, commissioned by Norway’s Gaming and Foundation Authority, surveyed 9,000 citizens

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digitain nets industry first with table football feed

Sportsbook and casino platform provider Digitain has scored an industry first by launching its live streamed table football feed. The API feed will be made available to any operator in the gambling industry, and not just those on the Digitain

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paul buck lived experiences remains at the heart of epics evolution

Expanding into the US and elevating its core education programme have been some of the key changes that have taken place at EPIC Risk Management since its inception in 2013. EPIC Owner and CEO Paul Buck spoke to SBC News

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sports betting excluded from swedish deposit limits

New proposals submitted to the Swedish government have suggested that horseracing and sports betting could be excluded from the previously suggested deposit limit of 5000 SEK (€500) per week. Earlier this month, Minister of Health Ardalan Shekarabi submitted proposals for

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