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Kindred and Caesars Entertainment sign multi-state agreements for market access

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2-3 Kindred and Caesars Entertainment sign multi-state agreements for market access  Kindred Group has signed agreements with Caesars Entertainment that provide Kindred with market access in Indiana and Iowa, and potentially additional states, to operate both online sports betting and online gaming pending passage of applicable laws and the parties obtaining all necessary gaming licenses. The agreements provide Kindred, under the Unibet brand, immediate access to pursue licensing […]
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Belgium Implements Capacity Limit for Land-based Gaming Venues

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6-11 Belgium Implements Capacity Limit for Land-based Gaming Venues
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The Belgian government has published a new decree limiting the capacity at land-based gaming venues in the country to a maximum of 40 people as the number of Covid-19 cases increases.

Also, casinos, gambling halls and betting shops must remain closed between 11:30 pm and 6:00 am, and upon arrival, customers must register their details for contact tracing.

The sale of food and drink onsite is prohibited, and customers are also obliged to wear masks, a rule which has been in effect in all public places in Belgium since July.


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Playtech Extends Greece Footprint with Novibet Deal

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Playtech has announced the launch of its Casino and Live Casino software with Novibet. This multi-market deal sees Novibet initially adding a dedicated Playtech Casino tab and Live Casino offering in Greece, with the UK and Italy to follow shortly thereafter.

“We’re delighted to expand our game offering with Playtech to bring its industry leading content to our wide-ranging audiences. We look forward to developing this partnership further as we continue to grow our content offering,” Nikos Olympitis, General Manager of Novibet said.

“We are delighted to partner with Novibet, one of the industry’s leading operators. Novibet continues to grow in Greece and across Europe and now its players can enjoy our industry leading Casino and Live Casino content. Our scale and distribution is a powerful offering for potential partners, and this is a great example of our commitment to partnering with fast growing companies in fast growing markets,” Yori Arami, Commercial Director of Playtech, said.


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Yokohama Mayor Fumiko Hayashi Says She Would Respect IR Referendum Results

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2-10 Yokohama Mayor Fumiko Hayashi Says She Would Respect IR Referendum Results
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Fumiko Hayashi, the mayor of Yokohama city, has committed to respect the results of a public referendum that will decide whether the city will compete to host an integrated resort.

The mayor said: “If the referendum as to IR takes place and the majority votes for opposition, I would act as in accordance with the results.”

Opponents campaigning against the IR plans collected voter signatures to trigger a referendum on the issue. A bill to permit the referendum will be submitted to the city’s council early next year.

On October 13, authorities in Yokohama announced a fresh request-for-concept (RFC) phase for its proposed IR bid to take revised proposals from potential private partners following the central government’s publication of its basic policy document on IR. This RFC will run until the end of November.


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