Gaming Americas Weekly Roundup – September 13-19 – European Gaming Industry News

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Welcome back to our weekly roundup of American gaming news! Here, we review weekly highlights from the US gaming industry that include the latest news, new partnerships, and new dates. Read on and get updated.

Latest news

Catena Media further strengthened its operations in North America by acquiring online sports betting and casino affiliate assets from i15 Media. The total purchase price is $ 45 million, of which $ 12.5 million will be paid with 2,207,357 new Catena Media shares.

Caesars, in partnership with Arizona Diamondbacks, celebrated the legalization of sports betting in the state of Arizona with a launch event featuring dignitaries and celebrities, a charitable donation of $ 20,000 to the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation , a first ceremonial bet and more.

Esports Entertainment Group has opened a new office in Hoboken, New Jersey. In addition to the new office, the company is also expanding its workforce in the United States and has appointed CFO Dan Marks as office manager.

Caesars Entertainment has announced that it has priced an offering for a total principal amount of $ 1.2 billion of its 4.625% senior bonds due 2029 at par. The sale of the Bonds is expected to close on or around September 24, 2021, subject to customary closing conditions.

JCM Global has installed its GEN5 thermal printer on the 1752 slot machines at del Lago Resort & Casino in Waterloo, New York.

The Dumfries Planning Commission has approved a request from the Colonial Downs Group to build a gambling property in the town.

International Game Technology has announced that the company is expanding its momentum of rolling out cashless gaming technologies to Oklahoma. Indigo Sky Casino at Wyandotte is the latest casino to join the cashless gaming revolution through a multi-year agreement with IGT and a phased rollout of the Resort Wallet and IGTPay modules of the IGT ADVANTAGE casino management system.

New partnerships

Tipico Sportsbook signed a 10-year contract with Caesars Entertainment. The deal has a 10-year renewal term and provides Tipico with immediate access to launch an online bookie in Indiana and Iowa, pending licenses and approvals.

Comtrade Gaming has entered into a partnership with G3 Esports. Under the deal, Comtrade will provide its iGaming platform – both iCore and backend technology – to G3’s next betting product for gamers.

Passport Technology, a global leader in payment technologies for the gaming industry, has partnered with Angel Of The Winds Casino Resort. This multi-year agreement involves the payments technology company that provides advanced casino payment, marketing and cage automation solutions.

Online gaming operator PointsBet and Major League Soccer club Austin FC have announced a new agreement granting PointsBet rights as a proud founding partner of Austin FC.

WynnBET has signed an agreement with the New York Jets of the NFL to become its official sports betting partner.

Financial results

Gaming Realms has released its interim results for the first half of the year for the six-month period ending June 30, 2021. Total revenue increased 50% in the first half of 2021 to £ 7.7million from £ 5.2million. pounds sterling over the same period of 2020.

Loto-Québec has published its financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2021-2022. For the first quarter of fiscal years 2021-22, Loto-Québec generated total revenues of $ 401.3 million, up $ 243.9 million (+ 154.9%) compared to the same period last year .

New appointment

PointsBet has appointed Canadian digital media leader Dale Fallon as Senior Product Manager.


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