Tabcorp digital turnover outstripped retail turnover for the first time in a full year after Covid-19 forced the closure of its outlets and tipped the group to an $870 million ($631.8 million) loss.
New Zealanders spent 5.7 percent more in FY 2016/17 on gambling activities, with lotteries claiming a large increase at the expense of pokies, racing,
In just under two decades, virtual sports have gone from being a niche vertical dismissed by many as cartoon betting, to one of the fastest growing areas in gaming, with operators in Asia increasingly taking notice. Interest is undoubtedly strong amongst...
Bitcoin has regularly made the headlines in recent months, its price surging towards the $5,000 mark - four to five times its value at the start of 2017 - predominantly driven by interest in Asia. It has also emerged as a viable gaming currency, with...
Jumbo Interactive says it expects net profit after tax to be around A$2 million ($1.45 million), in line with the same period in 2015, according to a
Regulation in Asia is failing to keep pace with technological advances in the lottery industry and is weighing on the region’s potential, insiders say. That creates a hurdle as most industry experts agree that growth in the sector will be lead by online...
The challenges presented by Asia’s grey markets and consumer demands for quick-fix gambling solutions were among the key issues addressed at the iGaming Asia Congress in Macau last week. Experts provided views on topics ranging from the perennial lure...
Tatts Group shareholder Sandon Capital voiced disapproval over a potential $9 billion merger between Tatts and wagering company Tabcorp, and suggested
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