Daily Archives: March 28, 2023

BetConstruct to enter Denmark with new licence

Online gaming and betting solutions provider BetConstruct has secured a new licence from the Danish Gambling Authority (Spillemyndigheden).

The licence will enable BetConstruct to offer the majority of its services and solutions to approved operators in the Danish market.

Content and solutions available in the country from BetConstruct will include online casino games, sports betting and live casino, as well as retail solutions for betting shops.

BetConstruct said it plans to work with operators, software providers, payment processors and marketing affiliates as part of the expansion.

“Obtaining a licence from the Danish Gambling Authority is a sublime advantage for businesses to widen their game offerings, enter a new, less saturated market in Europe and provide safe and engaging services to players,” BetConstruct said.

“Hence, BetConstruct is proud to become one of the first providers to receive this prestigious licence.”

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Rhode Island sports betting revenue level in February

Revenue from sports betting in Rhode Island remained level year-on-year in February, while the state reported only a marginal increase in handle.

Wagering revenue for the month amounted to $3.6m, equalling the amount generated in the same month last year, but down 30.8% from $5.2m in January of this year.

Online betting accounted for $2.0m of revenue in February, while combined retail revenue from Twin River and Tiverton Casino reached $1.6m. Twin River retail revenue hit $1.9m, while Tiverton Casino posted $420,795 for the month.

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RSI and Connecticut Lottery to wind down sports betting partnership

Rush Street Interactive (RSI) and the Connecticut Lottery Corporation (CLC) have announced a joint plan to wind down their online and in-person sports betting partnership in the state.

Under the arrangement, RSI will continue to operate sports betting in Connecticut on behalf of the CLC until a replacement is selected, with the CLC to issue a request for proposals in the coming days.

Wagers placed on PlaySugarHouse.com or at any of the nine Connecticut retail locations will remain valid and all wins will continue to be paid out appropriately, with RSI saying it will work with the CLC to minimise any disruptions to players or business partners.

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Mississippi governor signs sports betting study bill

Mississippi sports betting task force given all clear after governor Tate Reeves signed House Bill 606 into law.

The law – introduced by Republican representatives Casey Eure and Kevin Felsher – initially had a far more expansive goal of legalising mobile sports betting state-wide by allowing each of the state’s 26 land-based casinos to partner with an online sportsbook, but was significantly cut down in committee.

While in 2018 the state became one of the first in the country to legalise in-person sports betting following the Supreme Court striking down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) – which paved the way for sports betting authorisation – mobile sports betting has faced a much slower route to completion.

In 2018, Mississippi became one of the first states to legalise in-person sports betting after the Supreme Court struck down PASPA

As of 2023, only one online operator – BetMGM – has launched their app in the state. Players can only access the applicat..

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ULIS welcomes Lithuanian regulator as latest member

United Lotteries for Integrity in Sports (ULIS), the organisation formerly known as the Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS), has added the Lithuanian Gaming Control Authority (LGCA) to its membership network.

The LGCA has worked in partnership with ULIS since May 2018 via a cooperation agreement and will now officially become an associate member and to strengthen its cooperation with the organisation.

Membership will include exchange of information regarding suspicious sports and betting patterns among the wider ULIS network of partners.

“The two organisations share the same objectives, values, and commitment to tackle the phenomenon of match-fixing,” LGCA director Virginijus Dauksys said.

“The data and information we receive from ULIS, helps us to look carefully into the different sport events taking place in our country and it can be used as an important element of our investigations at the national level.”

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