SportRadar Broadening F1 In-Play Markets

Formula One supporters were excited by the announcement that SportRadar would be broadening their available in-play services for F1 sportsbetting. These new services were

Sportsbook Rebranding for BetMGM

MGM Casinos have become the most prominent operators throughout the Las Vegas Strip. They have the managers and owners behind multiple Casino Resorts throughout

FanDuel Faces Severe Lawsuit

A lawsuit filed against private investors by over one hundred former employees against private investors of FanDuel is accusing them of cheating them from

Gambling Advertising Restrictions Considered by the Spanish Government

The Spanish Government is considering stronger regulations for the online gambling industry. This follows after problem gambling has become more prevalent across the European

William Hill & Scientific Games Extend Partnership

After lengthy discussions regarding the future partnership between William Hill and Scientific Games, it’s been confirmed that the two betting operators are extending their

Flutter Entertainment & XFL American Football Partner Up

The XFL American Football League and FanDuel have partnered up in a new agreement. This follows after prolonged discussions with Flutter Entertainment, who operates

Argyll Entertainment & SBTech Extend Partnership

An extension on a former deal held between Argyll Entertainment and SBTech has been completed. The two companies will continue working with each other

PA Media Group Launching New Sportsbook

European sportsbetting hasn’t declined in popularity. Though headlines often refer to American-based operations, there are still new corporations launching sportsbooks for European consumers. This

Formula One Loses Connectivity Partner

Tata Communications, the connectivity partner for Formula One, announced that they’d ended their partnership with the motorsport. Tata Communications will look for alternative racing

BGC Members Ending Streaming Rights

Controversy regarding the Football Association began last week when it became public knowledge that the FA had sold broadcasting rights to several online sportsbooks,