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Multiple reports emerged Monday that US market contender FanDuel will move its online betting and casino products onto Scientific Games technology.
From lobbying efforts for integrity fees, to official data rights deals, to multiple partnerships with established sports betting operators, each of the NBA, MLB, NHL...
Despite a last-minute protest from SBTech competitor Scientific Games, the Oregon Lottery Commission during a special commission meeting last Friday approved the lottery's recommendation to award the...
Bet.Works appointed Quinton Singleton as its new COO. The former SG executive will be responsible for the roll out of Bet.Works sports betting technology.
The PA sports betting marketplace continues to load in as the rollout of online wagering draws closer. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) issued more permits...
Scientific Games (SG) has agreed to buy Don Best Sports Corporation and DBS Canada Corporation. The two are jointly known as Don Best.
Caesars Entertainment and Scientific Games will partner together for sports betting in New Jersey and Mississippi, the former announced on Thursday.
Scientific Games indicated that it has met with New Jersey regulators about its sports betting product, should the state win its US Supreme Court case.
"The Connecticut Lottery Corporation is ready to operate sports betting," a representative for the lottery testified on Monday.