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Rehab Bingo becomes Rosy Bingo after ASA ruling

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Broadway Gaming has made significant changes to one of its brands, after action was brought forward by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). Rehab Bingo has become Rosy Bingo following investigations by the advertising industry regulators into its website, www.rehabbingo.co.uk, and a paid for advert which appeared on Google when “rehabbingo” was searched for, and promptly stated “Join Official Rehab Bingo …

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Verizon eyes potential betting vertical to build out entertainment dynamics

Bloomberg News has reported that US telecoms giant Verizon, is monitoring closely the potential opening of the US sports betting market, as the company seeks to diversify its assets. The Fortune500 mobile carrier is reported to have had a number of meetings with industry consultants, assessing the current US gambling landscape, for the potential launch of a ‘sports-centric’ online gambling …

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Betting on Football puts the World Cup in the spotlight

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More than 30 experts have been confirmed for World Cup and Beyond, a seven-session track dedicated to Russia 2018 at this year’s Betting on Football (20-23 March). World Cup and Beyond will kick off with ‘Life beyond the bonus’, a panel featuring Mybet CMO Florian Guede and BetBright CEO Marcus Brennan. It has been designed to address the future of …

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Graham Cooke – Qubit – Straight shooting on AI as a technology and business matter

Artificial intelligence will revolutionise global business, but how should industry stakeholders approach this complex and often misunderstood technology? SBC speaks to Qubit CEO & Co-Founder Graham Cooke on the current context of AI and how to gain inclusive learnings on the subject matter without distractions or disruptions.  Leading Qubit, Cooke has worked and consulted on a number of ‘Tier1’ industry …

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Could Amazon become a game changer of Premier League broadcasting?

From the 2019-2020 season, it appears that Amazon is aiming to become a major new force in the world of Premier League TV rights. A whole host of digital media outlets are looking to test the waters with a bid for Premier League content, however after its purchase of the ATP tennis tournaments, Amazon looks more likely to succeed with …

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Sky Sports ramps up live football content with new £600 million EFL contract

UK media has reported that Sky UK has secured a five-year £600 million deal, for the exclusive rights to broadcast English Football League (EFL) matches (Championship, League One, and League Two). Adding new content to its dedicated ‘Sky Sports Football’ channels, the broadcaster details that starting on season 2019/2020 it plans to show up to 183 live EFL syndicated matches. …

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Sporting Index launches first spread betting app on Google Play Store

Updating the market, industry spread betting firm Sporting Index (Sporting Group subsidiary), has rolled out its sports spread betting app on Google Play Store, to become the first of its kind on Android (UK customers only). The recently rebranded Sporting Group has extended its digital reach following Google’s decision to drop a long-standing ban on gambling and betting apps on the …

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888 Holdings capitalises on Google policy change for Android

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888 Holdings has become one of the first operators to offer its services on Google Play after the company’s Android app store relaxed a long-standing ban on gambling and betting apps. As reported earlier in the summer, Google has changed its policy to allow gambling operators to present their real-money games on the Google Play store. The decision, which reverses …

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Sportito delivers mobile payments boost with Boku integration

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Daily fantasy sports provider Sportito has made it easier for its customers to deposit via mobile by announcing a new partnership with payments platform Boku. The carrier billing solution from Boku, where customers can use their personal phone number to make deposits, will be an alternative payment method for the users who do not want to use their bank card …

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Google lifts gambling/betting app ban on UK Android systems

Global Tech giant Google is reported to be changing its ‘Google Play’ merchant policy allowing for gambling/betting apps to be introduced into its Android mobile systems’ store. The decision to change policy will allow gambling-related apps to be downloaded in the UK and other licensed European markets through the Google Play store for the first time in seven years. To …

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