Zeal completes Lotto24 acquisition

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Finance Lottery Strategy Regions: Europe Central and Eastern Europe Germany Zeal completes Lotto24 acquisition Finance London-listed lottery brokerage Zeal Network has completed the acquisition of its former subsidiary Lotto24 via an all-share public takeover.center_img Email Address London-listed lottery brokerage Zeal Network has completed the acquisition of former subsidiary Lotto24 via an all-share public takeover.Zeal lodged a bid to retake control of Lotto24, a German online provider of state-run lotteries that it spun off in 2012, in January of this year, having initially set out its intention in November.However, Zeal encountered heavy criticism from shareholder Lottoland, which claimed that the purchase would only benefit a small number of shareholders and would cannibalise value for most investors.Lottoland initially tried to have the Extraordinary General Meeting in January delayed, which would have forced Zeal to withdraw its offer. It then lodged a €76m (£65.9m/$85.4m) bid for Zeal’s Tipp24 business.Zeal turned down the offer and pushed ahead with its plans, with more than 93% of Lotto24 shareholders approving the acquisition proposal in April.Following completion, the total number of shares issued by Zeal now amounts to 22,396,070, up from 8,385,088. Günther Group remains the largest shareholder of Zeal with approximately 32% of the total enlarged share capital.“We are pleased we were able to convince both Lotto24 and Zeal shareholders of the strategic value of this merger and would like to thank our employees in particular for their great commitment and untiring efforts over the past months,” Zeal CEO Helmut Becker said.“By reuniting with Lotto24, we have created a strong, sustainable platform from which to accelerate online growth in the German lottery market and beyond. We will now work tirelessly for our future success, together.”Zeal intends to follow up on this acquisition by also retaking control of both its myLotto24 and Tipp24 subsidiaries and transforming its German secondary lottery business into a locally-licensed digital lottery broker, with the idea of building on Lotto24’s position in the German market.Zeal plans to relocate its headquarters back to Germany as part of this initiative. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 14th May 2019 | By contenteditorlast_img read more

Marathonbet to boost profile with Sevilla sponsorship

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Marathonbet to boost profile with Sevilla sponsorship 25th June 2019 | By contenteditor Marathonbet has expanded its significant presence in football by signing up as the new main sponsor of Spanish LaLiga club Sevilla. Regions: Europe Southern Europe Spaincenter_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Marathonbet has expanded its significant presence in football by signing up as the new main sponsor of Spanish LaLiga club Sevilla.The deal will cover two seasons, from 2019-20 to 2020-21, with the operator’s chief executive, Natalia Zavodnik, underlining how the investment will provide a platform for future growth in the Spanish market.Earlier this month, Spain’s igaming regulator, La Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego, said that online gambling revenue in the country had increased by 20.1% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2019.Under the deal with Sevilla, which finished sixth in LaLiga last season, Marathonbet’s logo will feature on the team’s playing shirts, as well as in the stands and interview areas at the Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium.The operator will provide fans of the club with exclusive content, offers and experiences.Marathonbet has an extensive track record of commercial partnerships in football.A year ago, the operator signalled its “intention as a global brand” by becoming Premier League champion Manchester City’s first-ever global betting partner.Girona, which was relegated from LaLiga at the end of last season, is another partner of Marathonbet, while the operator also has deals with Ukrainian team Karpaty, as well as CD Municipal and Universitario de Deportes in Peru, Everton de Viña del Mar in Chile, and Liga Deportiva Universitaria in Ecuador.Sevilla president José Castro said that Marathonbet would play a crucial role in the internationalisation of the club’s brand.“It is essential for us to associate our brand with large international companies such as Marathonbet…not only from a financial point of view, but above all for the prestige.”The team was previously sponsored by social gaming giant Playtika. Topics: Marketing & affiliates Sports betting Marketing & affiliateslast_img read more

Enlabs posts increased revenue for H1 2019

first_img Topics: Casino & games Tags: Online Gambling Enlabs revenues totalled €18.4m (£17.0m/$20.6m) for the first half of 2019, up 30.5% from €14.1m last year, while adjusted profit for the period increased 51.5%, from €3.1m to €4.7m.The improvement was driven by a 39.7% increase in gaming revenue, from €12.7m to €16.9m. Enlabs chief executive and group president Robert Andersson said the launch of new Poker and Live Casino games helped drive this growth.“Significantly, we delivered the new betting product in Lithuania, Poker from GG Network and Live Casino from Evolution Gaming in Estonia – on top of many minor launches and updates,” Andersson said. “The former were key launches for Enlabs and demonstrate our organizational strength and adaptability to execute business development.”Media and solutions revenues both declined, by 28.4% to €978,000 and by 14.4% to €567,000 respectively. However, Andersson said the decline in media revenues was not a concern, and in fact the sector is well-positioned for the future.“Though media revenue decreased year-over-year, the media business area has seen significant changes over the last year,” Andersson said. “The longer-term trend was steeply declining positive cash flow due to limited investment. But with the Q1 changes, we managed to stop the decline and turn operations around to take a very promising position.“The business area is now showing increases in underlying KPIs again. For example, media had a 268% increase in NDC count, which is a clear indicator that we are on the right track and that our Q1 investment has started to bring results. In line with growth in NDC, media showed 17% quarter-on-quarter revenue growth and a positive EBITDA“Our solutions vertical performed as expected with stable operations and no material changes from the previous quarter.”Direct operating costs also increased by 30.2% to €3.2m, while gaming taxes paid rose 45.5% to €1.8m, bringing total direct operating costs to €5m, up from €3.7m last year. Andersson noted that the high gaming tax expense showed that the company was operating in a sustainable way by focusing on regulated markets, with Latvia being the company’s largest market, followed by Estonia.“It feels reassuring that we have 94% sustainable revenue from regulated markets where gaming tax is a natural part of the business,” Andersson said.Staff costs remained Enlabs’ largest expense, at €4.4m, up 8% from last year, while marketing costs 53.8% to €2.9m.For Q2 of 2019, gaming revenue increased by 43.7% year-on-year to €8.6m, while total revenue increased from €7m last year to €9.4m, exceeding the record revenue set last quarter. Adjusted profit for the period increased from €1.5m to €2.4m.“Again, we can boast having our best quarter yet,” Andersson said. “I am very pleased with our results in Q2 considering the period is historically the weakest of the year. Our Gaming vertical continues to deliver strong results with all KPI’s hitting all-time highs for the period, Media has started to turn around, all while we achieved significant product development milestones.“To summarise the quarter, we maintained our momentum from Q1 and improved on it. I feel good being able to continue proving to our shareholders they can count on Enlabs for steady profitable growth, with no drama.”Andersson also said he anticipates a strong Q3 for the company after impressive July figures and high August expectations.“Considering the absence of major sport events, which often boost activity, July turned out very good for us. From August onward we are entering what we consider the peak season in our business.” Email Address Enlabs revenues totalled €18.4m (£17.0m/$20.6m) for the first half of 2019, up 30.5% from €14.1m last year, while adjusted profit for the period increased 51.5%, from €3.1m to €4.7m. Enlabs posts increased revenue for H1 2019center_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Casino & games 7th August 2019 | By Daniel O’Boyle Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img read more

Danske Spil sees H1 revenue fall after CEGO sale

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 4th September 2019 | By contenteditor Danske Spil sees H1 revenue fall after CEGO sale Danske Spil has put a slight year-on-year decline in gross gaming income in the first half down to its decision to divest its stake in games development studio CEGO, while rising costs saw the Danish state-controlled operator’s net profit decline. Regions: Europe Nordics Denmark Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Finance Danske Spil has put a slight year-on-year decline in gross gaming income in the first half down to its decision to divest its stake in games development studio CEGO, while rising costs saw the Danish state-controlled operator’s net profit decline.Gross gaming revenue for the six months to 30 June, 2019 amounted to DKK2.49bn (£301.3m/€333.9m/$367.6m), down from DKK2.54m in the same period last year.Danske Spil said that this was primarily due to the sale of its stake in CEGO to the studio’s original owners and the private equity fund Via Equity III. This took place before the end of June, with Danske Spil offloading the 60% stake it acquired in 2014 for an undisclosed sum.In terms of continuing operations, income from Danske Lotteri Spil lottery division slipped from DKK1.37bn to DKK1.24bn, but remains the main source of income for the business.Income from the Danske Licens Spil online gaming division climbed from DKK977m to DKK1.06bn, while the gaming hall and slot manufacturer business Elite Gaming provided an additional DKK188.9m in revenue, flat year-on-year.However, the operator did see revenue from its Swush fantasy sports business fall from DKK8.5m to DKK3.9m.Reflecting on the results, Danske Spil’s chief executive, Susanne Mørch Koch, said she was pleased with the performance in H1, adding that the operator remains committed to enhancing its digital offering. Koch also pointed to the acquisition of Tivoli Casino, the online casino named for the Copenhagen amusement park, as a key highlight in the period.“We have succeeded in maintaining the healthy operation of the company and at the same time continuing and intensifying our digital development, which further strengthens Danske Spil’s position with our customers and helps to grow Danske Spil’s market share,” Koch said.“At the same time, we have completed two large transactions and thus strengthened our core business. Danske Spil took over Tivoli Casino and sold its share of CEGO; a sale that took place on terms that were very satisfactory for Danske Spil and our owners.”Spending at Danke Spil was down from DKK1.78bn in the first half of 2018 to DKK1.67bn this year. Personnel costs were up from DKK136.7m to DKK148.9m, while depreciation and write-downs climbed from DKK81.5m to DKK126.1mDanske Spil was able to make savings elsewhere, with other external costs cut from DKK399.7m to DKK359.9m.However, despite reduced spending overall, profit before tax was down from DKK1.16bn to DKK1.05bn, while net profit for the period slipped from DKK928.0m to DKK872.8m.The opeartor’s chairman Peter Gæmelke described the results as “quite satisfactory”.“We have succeeded in having a solid operation while also making significant changes in the way we do things in Danske Spil,” he explained. “We on the board would like to emphasise that the business has continued its digital transformation, while at the same time focusing on our core business, and remaining the best and most available gaming company in Denmark.“I am pleased that we have also taken significant steps in 2019 to ensure that we live up to these goals.” Topics: Finance Lottery Tags: Online Gambling Email Addresslast_img read more

US revenue growth offsets retail decline at William Hill

first_img William Hill has put a year-on-year increase in revenue during the 17 weeks to 29 October down to its ongoing expansion efforts in the US, with its activity in the country helping to offset further declines in its retail business following the changes in UK fixed-odds betting terminal (FOBT) regulations.Revenue for the period between 3 July and 29 October was up 1% on a year-on-year basis. Sportsbook wagers were up 2%, but William Hill also noted an 8% drop in net gaming revenue.Online net revenue for the 17-week period was up 26%, but William Hill noted that on a pro-forma basis, adjusting for the acquisition of Mr Green, online net revenue was up 1% year-on-year.The bookmaker said that its UK online business was responsible for two thirds of overall online revenue. On a pro-forma basis, UK net revenue was up 4% during the period.However, online international net revenue was down 4% on a pro-forma basis. William Hill said that while the integration of Mr Green is well underway and the transaction has performed in line with expectations, its overall performance was harmed by certain regulatory headwinds, such as the closure of its Swiss arm and disruption to payment methods in other European markets.William Hill is set to further expand its online business, with a number of new technology developments set for release. A new sportsbook front end for Italy and Spain will launch in the fourth quarter, replacing the current third party solution and a single wallet solution for Spain will roll out towards the end of the year.In terms of retail, like-for-like net revenue fell 16%, which the bookmaker said was in line with expectations due to the ongoing impact of changes to FOBT rules in the UK. The maximum stake on FOBT machines was cut from £100 to £2 in April of this year.Retail gaming net revenue was down 39%, but William Hill said this decline was offset by a 13% rise in sportsbook net revenue. The bookmaker also noted that gaming trends are improving as customer behaviour adjusts following the new £2 maximum staking limit.During the period, some 700 UK shops were closed as part of the William Hill Triennial Review. The bookmaker’s estate now consists of approximately 1,600 shops and, while William Hill said that it is too early to establish a trend, the underlying results are consistent with its existing guidance.Looking at the US, net revenue was up by 60%, or 53% on a local currency basis. William Hill said that its US business continues to deliver on its retail and mobile strategy to be a market leader in the country.Net revenue from launches in states that regulated following the May 2018 repeal of PASPA tripled during the period, driven by the opening of new states, while its Nevada business saw a 27% increase in revenue. William Hill went live in Indiana and Iowa in the period, meaning the bookmaker is now active in 10 states.Key US developments in the 17-week period included the launch of a new digital platform ahead of the NFL American football season, as well as agreeing a new, exclusive partnership with Monumental Sports & Entertainment to open a sportsbook at the Capital One arena in Washington D.C.In addition, in anticipation of Eldorado Resorts closing the acquisition of Caesars Entertainment, William Hill said it is preparing to bring operation of the existing Caesars sportsbooks into the William Hill network.The US business was strengthened further by the acquisition of CG Technology’s race and sportsbook assets, announced today (21 November). This sees William Hill US strengthen its position in Nevada, while gaining a foothold in The Bahamas.Ulrik Bengtsson, who took over as chief executive at William Hill following the departure of Philip Bowcock, said he is pleased that the bookmaker remains on track to meet its full year expectations.“In the US our business has gone from strength to strength,” Bengtsson said. “We have excellent market access, a valuable partnership with Eldorado and we are excited about the potential that is presented by the combination with Caesars.“We have remodelled the UK retail estate, while the UK online business has benefited from a series of customer facing improvements evidenced in the stabilising market share in the last two quarters. In addition, we expect our international online business to benefit from a number of important product improvements that will be delivered over the coming quarters.“We undoubtedly have great people and a shared vision at William Hill. Our job now is to push on and do even better in terms of customer focus and execution.” William Hill has put a year-on-year increase in revenue during the 17 weeks to October 29 to its ongoing expansion efforts in the US, with its activity in the country helping to offset further declines in its retail business following the changes in UK FOBT regulations. Email Address Finance US revenue growth offsets retail decline at William Hill Tags: Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shopscenter_img Topics: Finance Sports betting 21st November 2019 | By contenteditor Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterlast_img read more

Looking ahead to the 2020s

first_img Topics: Tech & innovation Platform Tony Evans has spent ten years at Playtech, joining as an Account Manager and progressing rapidly to become Vice President of Product Strategy in 2015. His current role includes full strategic responsibility for product innovation and research, in-house and external training and consultancy services. His previous experience includes roles with Ladbrokes, Rank Interactive, IGT and BetVictor.Here he looks at how the relationship between gambling and society in the UK is being redefined and how the online offering is changing to reflect thisWhile the gambling industry has long been a focus of social and community activities, this link has been challenged in recent years.Not just by the rise of online over the past two decades, but also by the increased association of gambling with societal difficulties, such as addiction and debt, with problem gamblers sometimes seen to be suffering in isolation as they plough money they cannot afford to lose into mendacious and greedy websites located overseas.While the sector has taken steps to tackle such issues in recent years, online wagering has also struggled to recreate the fun and social experience provided by its land-based counterparts, such as a girl’s night out at a raucous bingo hall. Changing timesThat could be about to change as we head into a new decade, according to Tony Evans, Vice President of Product Strategy at Playtech.As Evans celebrating two decades in the industry this year, he is taking stock of the changes he has witnessed. However, as we enter the 2020s, it is also a time to look forward, and Evans believes that services and content that encourage shared experiences will be among the leading areas of development in the coming years.“Streaming will be a particular trend,” says Evans. “It gives the opportunity to engage with a product as a community and is very popular among the younger demographic that operators are hoping to attract.“Live casino, of course, is an area of growth and offers that community experience, merging land-based and online services. You can use a croupier you are familiar with and enjoy playing at their table with others.”Evans also outlined a new Playtech product which has just recently gone live whereby users can play on the popular slot Buffalo Blitz Live together.“People buy into a number of spins and play as part of community,” Evans explains. “Players can interact with each other and chat and there’s a presenter talking about the game too. It appeals to those people who enjoy following games on Twitch. One of its real values is that ability to share the experience with one another – you can’t do that within a traditional RNG (random number generated) game.” Merging verticalsWith more focus on live experiences, Evans expects verticals such as slots, bingo, live casino and even betting to merge for the customer experience. “Punters may bet on a sportsbook and play poker in the same environment,” he adds.However, according to Evans, operators and suppliers will need to be more creative in how they attract and retain players, too.“The days of throwing bonuses at players maybe isn’t sustainable,” he adds. “We want more light-touch incentives for the customer. Gamification, for example, is a way to engage people by offering them fun and a challenge.“We are all here to make the industry entertaining and fun for players. We are duty bound to protect the consumer as well as the future of the industry.“Behind the scenes, customers should also expect a better standard of interaction with operators. Playtech is looking to simplify marketing processes for operators, integrating marketing, data and promotional plans and offering a knowledge base. Operators can use services such as ours to make their back-end services more efficient so that they have more time and resources that can be directed towards dealing with their customers.” MilestonesAs well as marking 20 years in the sector, Evans is also celebrating 10 years since he started working at Playtech after his previous employer, bingo games developer Virtue Fusion, was bought out.During his decade with the supplier he has worked across a number of divisions, including customer relations and commercial, before being appointed to his current position in 2015. Evans has enjoyed the opportunities afforded to him by Playtech and is proud of his involvement in many of the benchmark initiatives that have been undertaken.“I think one of the biggest milestones for me personally was in 2014 when we launched the first truly omnichannel product with Gala Coral,” Evans says. “We took a lot of inspiration from outside the sector and worked closely with our client to develop a product that was groundbreaking.“Ultimately Playtech’s role, and that of other suppliers, is solving the problems of the sector. We try to find the problems for our clients and also how we can make things better for their customers – the end user.“It’s being involved in the identification of problems and the products and services that overcome them that is so rewarding.” Looking ahead to the 2020s 6th December 2019 | By Josephine Watson AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Tech & innovation Tony Evans, VP of product strategy at Playtech, looks at how the relationship between gambling and society in the UK is being redefined and how the online offering is changing to reflect this Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Addresslast_img read more

Inspired lands global virtual sports deal with Novomatic

first_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Video Gaming Inspired lands global virtual sports deal with Novomatic AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 19th December 2019 | By contenteditor Gaming solutions provider Inspired Entertainment has agreed a deal to provide a range of its virtual sports games to NovoPrime Sports, a sports betting platform operated by Austrian gaming giant Novomatic.The global agreement covers virtual sports such as football, American football, horse racing, trotting, greyhounds, motor racing and basketball.Inspired, which recently signed an agreement with the NFL Alumni for a new virtual football game based on former American football players, will deliver new content to NovoPrime Sports throughout the course of the deal.“We are focused on developing the premiere global turnkey sports betting platform solution for retail and online and virtual sports perfectly round out our portfolio of offerings,” head of NovoPrime Sports Alan Bruce said.“The ultra-realistic graphics of Inspired’s virtuals provide a higher frequency complement to real sports betting. We are particularly excited for consumers to experience their ground-breaking new virtual basketball game, which will help our customers create continual streams of betting content.”Inspired’s chairman Lorne Weil added: “We have a great relationship with Novomatic and we are very excited to work with them on adding virtual sports to their NovoPrime Sports platform.“This partnership has a great deal of potential for Inspired, bringing our virtual sports to new geographies, customer verticals and distribution channels.  It is a win-win for everyone involved, especially the consumer.”center_img Gaming solutions provider Inspired Entertainment has agreed a deal to provide a range of its virtual sports games to NovoPrime Sports, a sports betting platform operated by Austrian gaming giant Novomatic. Email Address Topics: Casino & games Sports betting Tech & innovation Video gaming Casino & gameslast_img read more

LeoVegas pulls Royal Panda brand from UK

first_imgStrategy Online gaming operator LeoVegas has announced that it is to withdraw its Royal Panda brand from the UK market, with the website no longer accepting new customers. Topics: Strategy Tech & innovation Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: UK & Ireland LeoVegas pulls Royal Panda brand from UK 8th January 2020 | By contenteditor Email Address Tags: Online Gambling Online gaming operator LeoVegas has announced that it is to withdraw its Royal Panda brand from the UK market, with the website no longer accepting new customers.Royal Panda will cease all of its operations in the UK at 9am on 31 January, with customers able to access their account and withdraw funds prior to this date.From today (8 January), Royal Panda is no longer accepting new players, while customers will not be able to make deposits or place sports bets after 20 January.Players that do not withdraw their remaining balance before the end of January will have their funds released to them directly to the payment method on record. Royal Panda will contact all other players it is not able to send funds to in order to make alternative arrangements.Royal Panda will continue to contact customers for a period of 12 months, after which any remaining player funds will be donated to the GambleAware charity.Customers with a bonus balance in their account will be able to use this up to the final day of activity on 31 January. Players with sports bets that will settle after this date will be contacted by Royal Panda to explain what will happen to their stake and potential winnings.“We’d like to thank you for playing with Royal Panda, remind you that you should withdraw your cash as soon as possible, and wish you every success in the future,” Royal Panda said in a message to customers.“As part of the LeoVegas Group, we thoroughly recommend you check out LeoVegas.com, who provide a fantastic alternative for players seeking an entertaining casino experience.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterlast_img read more

DraftKings opens new Las Vegas office

first_img Email Address Daily fantasy and sports betting operator DraftKings has opened a new office in Las Vegas, Nevada, to support its ongoing growth plans in the US market.The Las Vegas facility will house teams dedicated to customer experience, fraud, casino, sportsbook traders, HR and IT. Almost 300 employees will be based at the new site.The move comes after DraftKings last month agreed a deal to be acquired by a special purpose acquisition company alongside betting and gaming technology provider SBTech. As part of this transaction, the business agreed be reincorporated in Nevada.Since October 2018, DraftKings said it has seen a 40% increase in its overall employee headcount, while the operator also recently announced a 20,000sq ft expansion of its Boston global headquarters.Read the full story on iGB North America. DraftKings opens new Las Vegas office Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: US Nevada Daily fantasy and sports betting operator DraftKings has opened a new office in Las Vegas, Nevada, to support its ongoing growth plans in the US market. Topics: Sports betting Strategy Tags: Online Gambling Sports betting 16th January 2020 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterlast_img read more

PointsBet partners with NBA’s Pacers

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 5th August 2020 | By contenteditor Email Address PointsBet partners with NBA’s Pacers Regions: US Topics: Marketing & affiliates Sports betting Marketing & affiliates Tags: Online Gambling Online sports betting operator PointsBet has entered into a partnership with National Basketball Association franchise the Indiana Pacers, as well as confirming the locations for three new off-track betting facilities in Illinois. Online sports betting operator PointsBet has entered into a partnership with National Basketball Association franchise the Indiana Pacers, as well as confirming the locations for three new off-track betting facilities in Illinois.Under the multi-year deal with the Pacers, PointsBet will serve as an official sports gaming partner of the team.PointsBet will benefit from branding placement on out-of-bounds space between the baseline and team bench at the Pacers’ Bankers Life Fieldhouse home arena – the first time a sports betting operator has occupied this space.The operator will also have signage placed in other areas of the arena, as well as have a presence on the team’s digital platforms. In addition, PointsBet will run a series of special promotions for Pacers fans.Rick Fuson, the president and chief operating officer of the franchise’s parent company, Pacers Sports & Entertainment,  said the corporate partnership “represents a real win” for both companies.“We look forward to welcoming PointsBet as a very visible brand at the Fieldhouse and through our various channels,” Fuson added.Read the full story on iGB North America. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img read more