Gaming Americas Weekly Roundup – February 14-20

By | February 22, 2022
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Welcome to our weekly roundup of American gambling news again! Here, we are going through the weekly highlights of the American gambling industry which include the latest news, new partnerships and new appointments. Read on and get updated.

Latest News

BetMGM, in collaboration with the Casino del Mar at La Concha Resort, has launched Puerto Rico’s first legalised sports betting service. BetMGM now is accepting wagers at the San Juan-based beach resort through 12 kiosks and five betting windows.

WynnBET, the online sports betting and casino app from Wynn Resorts, has announced that its online sports betting platform is live in the state of Louisiana. Players in Louisiana can download the mobile app or visit https://la.wynnbet.com/sportsbook to begin wagering.

Fubo Gaming has announced that it has secured market access agreements for Fubo Sportsbook in Mississippi, Louisiana and Missouri through Caesars Entertainment Inc, bringing the company’s total to 10 states.

Table Trac Inc. has announced that it has been granted a license by the Wisconsin Division of Gaming. This license approval will permit Table Trac to install its gaming management system in Wisconsin casinos.

Paysafe, a leading specialised payments platform, has announced its expansion into the Louisiana and Oregon mobile sports-betting markets.

Passport Technology has announced the installation of its cash access service, check warranty, jackpot dispensing, AML/Title 31 compliance and cage automation solutions at Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel, a Chehalis Tribal Enterprise.

BtoBet has published its latest Industry Report “Brazil Betting Focus”, which details the huge opportunities that this market keeps in hold once it opens up for business.

Foxwoods Resort Casino has kicked off its 30th anniversary celebrations with an impressive line-up of announcements including a new partnership, property expansion plans and many exciting initiatives happening on property for guests.

New Partnerships

Golden Matrix Group has entered into a distribution agreement with Caleta Gaming. As per the deal, Caleta Gaming’s full game portfolio comprising 90 new titles will be available on the Golden Matrix Group platform.

Fan token platform Socios.com has partnered with the European Football Association (UEFA) to become its official fan token partner across all competitions.

3ICE, a new, six-team, independent, three-on-three professional ice hockey league in North America, has chosen Bitcoin-led online casino operator, Bitcasino, as its official partner in Canada.

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke (MCK) has announced a new commercial relationship with Entain plc, one of the largest sports betting and gaming groups in the world. Entain has acquired AVID International Inc. which provides B2B services to the Sports Interaction (SIA) brand. The SIA website is operated by Mohawk Online, an entity that is licensed by the Kahnawà:ke Gaming Commission and the Jersey Gambling Commission.

New Appointments

Better Collective has announced the appointment of Adam Rosenberg as head of marketing and communications in the US. One of his first tasks will be to establish a local communications team with focus on branding Better Collective’s US brands.

Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) has announced that Austin Miller will retire effective March 1, 2022, after eight years as Senior Vice President of Gaming Operations with the Company. CDI has promoted Maureen Adams to fill Miller’s role as Senior Vice President of Gaming Operations. CDI has also announced the promotion of Ryan Jordan to Senior Vice President of Real Estate Development.

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