News by Tamara Vucinic

Tamara is the newest addition to our online team that joined us just at the beginning of 2019. Although she studied Spanish language and literature, teaching was never her thing. Luckily, she found her passion in digital media where she’s worked for the past six years. In her spare time, she likes to look at people’s natal charts, since she finds Astrology her biggest inspiration in life. Tamara is a huge digital media enthusiast and the internet has been her thing ever since she blasted newest Britney Spears songs while playing The Sims on her Windows 98. When she is not creating online content or stalking people on Instagram, Tamara likes to go for long walks and enjoy her adored hometown. On weekends, you can find her chilling in her favorite neighborhood café.

Betsoft Gaming Signs Content Agreement with River iGaming

Added on February 23, 2019 in General Gambling News

The world’s premier creator of mobile-friendly online casino games and 3D slots, Betsoft Gaming, signed a deal with investment company, River iGaming. This strategic content agreement between the two companies covers every Betsoft game that is certified for the regulated markets where River iGaming operates… …including all titles from the SLOTS3 series. Management of Betsoft ... Read more

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iSoftBet Signs Brand-New Content Deal with GiG

Added on February 23, 2019 in General Gambling News

Premium online and mobile casino games software provider, iSoftBet, has signed a new agreement with Malta-based Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) to offer their entire range of games through GiG’s brands. This deal includes supporting GiG’s casino offering with iSoftBet’s Game Aggregation Platform (GAP). Through this exclusive partnership between the two companies, GiG will have the ... Read more

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More Possible Lawsuits for DOJ Over Wire Act Reversal

Added on February 22, 2019 in Gaming Law & Society News

After the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) announced its intention to reverse the Federal Wire Act, from 2011 and banned all forms of online gambling involving interstate transactions, many impaired parties threatened to file a lawsuit against this federal executive department. Now, the Department of Justice will probably have to face the most serious ... Read more

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Novomatic Expands to South East Asia Via IPG Deal

Added on February 21, 2019 in General Gambling News

World-famous Austria-based international gambling company, Novomatic, signed an exclusive partnership agreement with Indo Pacific Gaming (IPG) to bring their gaming equipment to South East Asia. This renowned company, that reached a fabulous milestone by acquiring $5.7 billion in revenue during 2018… …will expand its operations throughout this region thanks to this new deal. The new ... Read more

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Washington DC Officially Passes Sports Betting to Intralot

Added on February 21, 2019 in General Gambling News

The state council of Washington DC gave Intralot the official permission to operate sports betting after approving the emergency measure to bypass the public procurement process. By approving this bill, Intralot is given the opportunity to negotiate with Greek betting and gaming solutions provider… …without having to open the process to bids from rival suppliers ... Read more

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PA Sports Betting Handle Skyrockets in January

Added on February 20, 2019 in General Gambling News

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (PA) has marked down an amazing gain when it comes to its sports betting handle in the month of January. The US state’s Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has released official numbers… …and the statistics say that the sports betting handle in PA almost doubled compared to December. In January, it reached ... Read more

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Online Sale of Lottery Tickets to Be Banned in Florida

Added on February 20, 2019 in Gaming Law & Society News

The lawmakers from the US state of Florida have introduced a new bill that could potentially ban the online sale of lottery tickets, as well as playing gambling games online. The bill, named House Bill 629, was introduced by Representative, William Cloud Robinson. His plan and the main objective of this bill is to ban ... Read more

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Evolution Gaming Reported 38% Revenue Growth in 2018

Added on February 19, 2019 in General Gambling News

Evolution Gaming, which was recently awarded at the Global Gaming Awards, has released its official year-end report for 2018. Chief Executive Officer, Martin Carlesund, said that 2018 for the supplier was “yet another amazing year” in the history of the brand… …since the revenue grew 38% in the past year. Looking back at the past ... Read more

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South Dakota Senate Approves Sports Betting Amendment

Added on February 19, 2019 in Gaming Law & Society News

The state senate of South Dakota has officially approved the sports betting amendment and by doing so, sports gambling will be legalized in one of the main cities in the state. The SJR2 or the ‘Senate Joint Resolution number two’ has the goal to change the state’s constitution and permit citizens from the state to ... Read more

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William Hill Expands Even More Throughout Nevada

Added on February 19, 2019 in General Gambling News

World-famous UK gambling operator and bookmaker, William Hill, which recently acquired 98% of MRG’s stakes (aka operator of Mr Green and RedBet), continues its expansion throughout the state of Nevada. This sports gambling titan has recently signed a deal with Golden Entertainment on taking over sportsbook operations in more of their venues in Nevada. As ... Read more

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Brazil Introduces a Bill to Legalize Land-Based Casinos

Added on February 18, 2019 in Gaming Law & Society News

Looks like Brazil’s citizens will soon be able to gamble in land-based casinos… …since lawmaker, Paulo Azi, has introduced a bill that would give permission to each Brazilian state to open integrated resorts. In the bill, submitted under the name, PL530/2019, Azi proposes that in each resort casino, gaming would occupy 10% of the venue ... Read more

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Tennessee Next in Line for Sports Betting?

Added on February 17, 2019 in Gaming Law & Society News

Lawmakers from the state of Tennessee have joined forces in order to compose bills that would regulate sports betting. For now, lawmakers from Knoxville, Nashville and Memphis have introduced their bills… …although it was expected that the officials from Memphis would be most interested to participate. Why? Because sports betting is already legal in neighboring ... Read more

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New Jersey Breaks Online and Sports Gambling Records

Added on February 17, 2019 in General Gambling News

The state of New Jersey broke two more records in the month of January. Not only did the regulated online gambling market break another record in monthly revenue… …but also licensed bookmakers set a new record for the betting handle. On Wednesday, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) released official January reports. According ... Read more

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NetEnt CEO Demands Improvement Despite 2018 Revenue Growth

Added on February 17, 2019 in General Gambling News

World-famous premium supplier of digitally distributed gaming systems, Swedish company NetEnt, reported an 8.9% revenue growth during 2018… …although the company’s profit declined a bit in Q4 due to increased personnel costs. The supplier’s revenue in 2018 grew to SEK1.8 billion ($192 million), and they also signed 31 supply deals while launching their products with ... Read more

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First Tribal Sports Betting Bill Filed in Washington State

Added on February 16, 2019 in Gaming Law & Society News

Washington, positioned in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, has introduced its first sports betting bill. The bill was sponsored by eight Washington Representatives that want to legalize wagering on sports events in this state… …and to offer this type of gambling exclusively in tribal casinos. Except for tribal gaming facilities, according to ... Read more

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