Technology

Resorts World Sentosa advanced AI surveillance scheme suffering delays

In Singapore and a project that was due to increase casino security within the Resorts World Sentosa development via the use of artificial intelligence (AI) has reportedly been delayed owing to numerous technic...

Substantial financial backing for planned PickGuru social gaming platform

In the United Kingdom and the co-founder of prominent sports data and analytics firm Stats Perform has announced that he will soon be launching the new PickGuru social gaming platform after securing some £2.6 m...

Esports Technologies Incorporated premieres new Eaffiliates.com advance

American eSports wagering products and technologies provider Esports Technologies Incorporated has announced that it hoping to increase its business partner engagements via the launch of the new Eaffiliates.com...

PandaScore bringing its eSports data innovations to FavBet.com

French real-time eSports data and odds provider PandaScore has announced the signing of a deal that will see its innovations utilized by the Ukraine-facing online casino and sportsbook at FavBet.com. The Par...

Big Wave Gaming inks EveryMatrix Software Limited content distribution deal

Maltese online casino software developer EveryMatrix Software Limited has announced the signing of an agreement that will see its RGS Matrix solution integrate games from Australian innovator Big Wave Gaming. ...

LeoVegas AB rolls out bespoke deposit limits for British punters

Prominent iGaming operator LeoVegas AB has reaffirmed its commitment to creating a safer gambling environment by allowing all of its customers in the United Kingdom to instantly set individualized deposit limit...

Sportradar AG warns of rising prevalence of football betting corruption

Sports data intelligence specialist Sportradar AG has reportedly announced that global football continues to be the sport most at risk of corruption with 655 suspicious wagers having been placed since the start...

Gambling Commission regulator welcomes ‘single customer view’ ruling

In the United Kingdom and the Information Commissioner’s Office authority has reportedly advised the government that it ‘may be lawful’ to introduce a ‘single customer view’ solution in order to help prevent pr...