Gaming Americas Weekly Roundup – March 20-26

By | March 28, 2023
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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 and new partnerships. Read on and get updated.

Latest News

Coolbet, owned by the technology provider Gan, has announced that it will be exiting the Ontario sports betting market in a few weeks. The operator will disable deposit options on 21 March and will close its gaming operations on 22 March. The site and mobile app will be completely removed by 3 April.

EGT Digital’s rich portfolio of innovative iGaming developments is ready to captivate the visitors of GAT Gaming & Technology Expo in Cartagena. The company will participate in the show together with EGT and will welcome its guests at stand A11.

Yaamava’ Resort & Casino at San Manuel has announced the installation of exclusive world-premiere slot machines to its casino floor throughout the month of March. To celebrate, Yaamava’ Resort & Casino will host multiple ribbon-cutting events where guests will have the chance to win prizes, receive free play and more.

To promote the importance of safer play during Problem Gambling Awareness Month, FanDuel has announced a series of initiatives and donations to further support a culture of Responsible Gaming. FanDuel will donate $100,000 to the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) that will further support the NCPG’s Agility Grants programme, in partnership with the NFL Foundation.


Tipico Sportsbook announced its partnership with the Dayton Dragons, the high-A MiLB affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. To celebrate the spirit of Ohio fans, the sportsbook and MiLB team unveiled the newly named Tipico Centerfield Party Deck at Day Air Ballpark. Additionally, Tipico has been named the exclusive fireworks series sponsor this MiLB season and introduced a welcome offer for new Ohio users to receive two game tickets and a $20 team store e-gift card.

International Game Technology PLC (IGT) has announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement with Graton Resort & Casino in Rohnert Park, Calif. to enable cashless gaming via the award-winning Resort Wallet and IGTPay solutions.

Hard Rock International and Seminole Gaming, alongside Quick Custom Intelligence (QCI), jointly announced the deployment of the QCI Enterprise Platform at its casino properties. The QCI Enterprise Platform aligns player development, marketing and gaming with powerful real-time operational tools developed for the gaming industry.

Pragmatic Play has entered into a new partnership with Dinastia. As per the deal, the provider’s entire catalogue is available on the operator’s platform. Dinastia users will now have access to Pragmatic Play’s renowned Slots, Live Casino and Virtual Sports offerings, further leveraging the provider’s presence in the Latin American market.

The Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) announced a robust partnership with U.S. Integrity and SeventySix Capital Sports Advisory. This partnership will enable the PDC to accomplish one of their top initiatives for 2023 by expanding their presence in the U.S. regulated sports betting market.


JCM Global has appointed Barb Harpling as Account Executive. She will be based in JCM’s American headquarters in Las Vegas and will oversee sales for the company’s Northwest and Rocky Mountain regions, in addition to various Nevada gaming properties.

Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) has promoted Andrea Bossard and Mike Burger to Directors of Engineering. The two are exceptional leaders with an unwavering commitment to providing top-notch service and support.

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