SoftSwiss has improved the scope of its sportsbook product offering for US leagues, announcing the introduction of a live in-play betting option.
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Live casino giant Evolution has entered into an agreement to acquire Megaways developer Big Time Gaming for a total consideration of up to €450m (£389.0m/$534.5m), payable in cash and Evolution shares.
British industry group the Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) has hailed the reopening of English and Welsh licensed betting shops following the easing of novel coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions as a “much-needed boost” to the industry.
Lithuania’s Gambling Supervisory Authority has fined an employee of a digital media business for placing illegal gambling advertisements on basketball news and information website Krepšinis.net, after a court confirmed its authority to take action.
Swedish mobile gaming company Leovegas has seen a large increase in the number of responsible gaming interactions it conducted in 2020.