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RWWA enhances wagering offering through BetMakers deal

RWWA enhances wagering offering through BetMakers deal

BetMakers Technology Group will further develop its fixed odds and racing wagering products after signing a new, long-term partnership with Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA).  Under the terms of the agreement, BetMakers will provide fixed odds win, place and exotic bet types for all codes of racing across all RWWA’s sales channels including TABtouch as well as more than …

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How Waterhouse VC is helping businesses ‘dominate their niche’

Our typical investment is “not well-understood” by most people, said Waterhouse VC Chief Investment Officer Tom Waterhouse, who outlined how his fund invests in businesses solving key problems for both the operator and the customer. He told SBC Americas why the fund is looking at high-growth opportunities in very specific areas, including companies within the emerging Metaverse space and those …

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Sky Racing World ‘expands menu of North American content’ via AmTote deal

Tabcorp subsidiary Sky Racing World has signed an agreement with North American 1/ST TECHNOLOGY, leveraging the latter’s AmTote International product. As 1/ST TECHNOLOGY’s leading offering in its portfolio, AmTote will be utilised by Sky Racing World as its wagering platform, initially to facilitate international commingling into Australian racing hosts’ pools for greyhound racing from the North American market. The new …

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Sportech begins its lightened tenure on London AIM

Sportech Plc has confirmed that it has completed its full public listings migration onto the London AIM exchange.  As of 8:00 AM this morning, the London AIM accepted the admission of Sportech shares priced at 20 pence each, with the wagering and racing systems supplier maintaining its ‘SPO’ ticker. Sportech’s listings migration was first proposed last June, as the company’s …

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BetMakers further enhances racing content via SIS and RMG partnership

BetMakers has signed a multi-year partnership with Sports Information Services (SIS) and the Racecourse Media Group (RMG) covering live streaming of British and Irish horse racing vision and wagering content. As a result of the deal, BetMakers will act as an authorised supplier of vision and content held under rights by SIS and RMG to approved Australian corporate sports betting …

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Entain expresses disappointment at Tabcorp demerger plans

Entain has issued a statement expressing ‘disappointment’ at the decision by Australian operator Tabcorp Holdings to demerge its Wagering & Gaming and Lotteries & Keno businesses. Making its announcement this morning, Tabcorp revealed plans to establish the aforementioned business sections as independent ASX registered companies – known as Wagering & GamingCo and Lotteries & KenoCo respectively – with jurisdiction across …

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Gregg confirms break-up of Tabcorp business

Tabcorp Holdings will proceed with its intentions to demerge its Lotteries & Keno and Wagering & Gaming units with the objective of ‘creating two market leading companies’, following the completion of its ‘comprehensive strategic review’. Approved by company Chairman Steven Gregg and the company’s new board of directors, Tabcorp believes that the unit divestments will deliver Tabcorp investors their long-awaited …

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BetMakers acquires Sportech to accelerate international growth

BetMakers has taken another step in delivering its international growth strategy by finalising the purchase of Sportech’s Racing, Tote and Digital assets. The acquisition covers Sportech’s racing, tote and digital assets in the US, UK and Europe, widening the operator’s international customer base, as well as bolstering its position in the expanding US market. Integration of Sportech’s assets is also …

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Sportech proposes listing switch to London AIM

The governance of Sportech Plc has proposed that the racing and wagering systems supplier move its public listing from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) to the London AIM.  The switch to the smaller London AIM has been branded as a better strategic option for Sportech considering its size, allowing the technology firm to “agree and execute certain transactions more quickly …

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