Pubs call last orders as supermarkets take trade

first_img Share Show Comments ▼ whatsapp KCS-content Tags: NULL THOUSANDS of pubs and bars are facing closing time for good, with the number of establishments handing back their licences doubling over the last three years.Sweet &?Maxwell, the legal analyst, said that 5,700 licences were surrendered in the last 12 months, an increase of 13 per cent and more than double the amount in 2007. A separate study by accountancy firm Wilkins Kennedy found that at least one pub or bar went bust every day in 2010. The so-called “on trade” industry is suffering intense competition from supermarkets, which have boosted sales following the smoking ban.A spokesman for the British Beer & Pub Association said: “There’s no doubt pubs in particular are struggling. Around 1,300 shut in 2010 and the decision to raise Beer Tax by seven per cent in the Budget was a hammer blow for pub and pubgoers.”Wilkins Kennedy director Anthony Cork said: “These numbers show the extent to which the industry is struggling. Bars and restaurants are being squeezed from several directions and a growing number are being forced to close.“Bars, pubs and nightclubs are being undercut by supermarket alcohol deals which encourage people to drink at home rather than go out.” Pubs call last orders as supermarkets take trade Monday 28 March 2011 8:32 pm More From Our Partners I blew off Adam Sandler 22 years ago — and it’s my biggest regretnypost.comAstounding Fossil Discovery in California After Man Looks Closelygoodnewsnetwork.orgFlorida woman allegedly crashes children’s birthday party, rapes teennypost.comA ProPublica investigation has caused outrage in the U.S. this weekvaluewalk.comSupermodel Anne Vyalitsyna claims income drop, pushes for child supportnypost.comRussell Wilson, AOC among many voicing support for Naomi Osakacbsnews.comBrave 7-Year-old Boy Swims an Hour to Rescue His Dad and Little Sistergoodnewsnetwork.orgNative American Tribe Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Agogoodnewsnetwork.orgPolice Capture Elusive Tiger Poacher After 20 Years of Pursuing the Huntergoodnewsnetwork.org whatsapplast_img read more

AFL player handed record ban for betting offence

first_img Email Address Regions: Oceania Australia Topics: Sports betting AFL player handed record ban for betting offence The Australian Football League (AFL) has banned Collingwood player Jaidyn Stephenson for 10 matches after it was revealed that he placed bets in three games involving his own team. The Australian Football League (AFL) has banned Collingwood player Jaidyn Stephenson for 10 matches after it was revealed that he placed bets on three games involving his own team.Stephenson has been handed a 22-game ban, but 12 of these will be suspended for the rest of his career. The 20-year-old has also been ordered to pay a fine of AUS$20,000 (£10,929/€12,261/US$13,739).The ban, the most severe ever issued by the AFL, comes after Stephenson reported himself for betting a total of AUS$36 on three multiple section wagers across three Collingwood matches: the clash with Western Bulldogs in the league’s fourth round of matches, Essendon in round six and St Kilda in round nine.The bets included Collingwood to win, Collingwood’s winning margin, Stephenson to kick a goal, Stephenson to kick multiple goals, Collingwood teammates to kick a goal, Collingwood teammates to kick multiple goals and Collingwood teammates to have in excess of a certain number of disposals (kicks or passes). All of the bets were unsuccessful.For two out of the three bets, Stephenson gave money to a friend to place the bets on his behalf, while for the third wager he used a friend’s betting account himself to place the bet himself.Although the AFL said, “there was no evidence to suggest there was any intent to influence the outcomes within the contest”, it found Stephenson in breach of its rules and regulations regarding betting.Speaking in a statement, Stephenson said: “It was an incredibly naive thing to do. I’m embarrassed that I’ve let myself, my family, my teammates and our loyal fans down and I’m devastated that I won’t be able to pull on a Collingwood jumper for the next 10 weeks.“I want to issue an unreserved apology to those who I have let down and hope that in time I can earn back any trust that I have lost.“I can’t change the past, but what’s most important is what I do next.”Image: Flickerdcenter_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Sports betting 19th June 2019 | By contenteditorlast_img read more

Genius Sports slips to full-year loss as staffing costs rise

first_img Genius Sports Group has posted a loss of £7.6m (€8.7m/$9.5m) for 2018, despite also reporting a 23.9% year-on-year rise in revenue for the 12-month period.Revenue for the year ended December 31, 2018, amounted to £65.8m, up from £53.1m in the previous year.Genius experienced significant growth in its rest of world business, with revenue up from £20m to £31.3m. UK revenue also climbed from £6.1m to £7.3m, while rest of Europe revenue increased slightly from £26.9m to £27.2m.However, Genius also noted an increase in expenses for the year, with the cost of sales rising 52.4% from £18.4m to £28.0m and administrative expenses up from £23.3m to £29.5m.Higher staffing costs particularly hit Genius, with this jumping from £22.3m to £29.7m as the business increased its employee headcount from 669 to 901 in the year.These increased costs pushed Genius from an operating profit of £5.9m in 2017 to an operating loss of £4.2m for the full year, while loss before tax amounted to £5.8m, compared to a profit of £4.2m. Loss for the full year stood at £7.6m, down from a profit of £4.8m in 2017Reported earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation slipped from £11.3m to £8.4m, with total comprehensive income for year coming in at negative £7.6m, compared to a positive figure of £5.3m last year.Analysing the results, Regulus Partners said that Genius’s historical pattern of growing revenue at the expense of profitability also need to be transformed in order to deliver sustainable potential.Regulus noted two significant events for Genius in the past year, including the acquisition of a controlling stake by Apax in the third quarter, which Regulus said will improve firepower and discipline.Analysts at Regulus also highlighted Genius’s acquisition of English and Scottish football official betting data from what is now Stats Perform, saying that this is “transformational to Genius and potentially transformational to the betting as well as sports rights sectors”. 14th October 2019 | By contenteditor Finance Genius Sports Group has posted a loss of £7.6m (€8.7m/$9.5m) for 2018, despite also reporting a 23.9% year-on-year rise in revenue for the 12-month period. Email Address Topics: Finance Sports betting Genius Sports slips to full-year loss as staffing costs rise Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterlast_img read more

Mobile Dashboard – November 2019

first_img18th November 2019 | By Stephen Carter Tags: Mobile Online Gambling AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address H2 Gambling Capital and iGaming Business are pleased to bring you the November 2019 Mobile Dashboard H2 Gambling Capital and iGaming Business are pleased to bring you the November 2019 Mobile DashboardThe Mobile Dashboard is your monthly overview of the mobile sector in numbers and enables you to follow the evolution of mobile from 2003 with projections up to 2024.As the charts show, mobile gross win has not only grown strongly since 2003, but its percentage of overall igaming win has also risen rapidly, particularly over the past five years.H2 predicts mobile will account for close to 57% of igaming gross win by 2024, though many operators are already reporting that more than 50% of their revenue comes from the mobile channel, particularly when it comes to sports betting. As the doughnut graph shows, 66% of mobile revenues come from sports betting.Interestingly, while by region Europe takes the bulk of global mobile revenues, Asia and the Middle East has a higher percentage of its region’s gross win coming from mobile. This is likely to be due to the fact that in some countries, particularly those in Asia, fixed-line broadband was slow to develop and many users skipped desktop altogether and adopted mobile as their first internet device.H2 Gambling Capital is the gambling industry’s leading consulting, market intelligence and data team. The company has a track record of nearly 15 years focused on the global gambling industry, its projections have been influential in shaping legislators’  and investors’ views of the gambling sector across the globe.center_img Casino & games Mobile Dashboard – November 2019 Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Casino & games Finance Lottery Sports bettinglast_img read more

KSA claims victory in gambling advertising case

first_img Regions: Europe Western Europe Netherlands AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address The Council of State, the highest administrative court in the Netherlands, has ruled in favour of national gambling regulator the Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) in a case concerning the use of text-based promotions for online games of chance.The KSA had argued that using promotional articles to publicise online games, which are currently prohibited in the country, was a form of advertising and as such should not be permitted.The Council of State agreed with the regulator’s assessment, ruling that promotional text falls under the same category of advertising and is not allowed under current laws. The decision supports an earlier ruling made by the District Court of The Hague in February 2019.The original case related to incremental penalty payments that the KSA had issued to Content Publishing Limited, a subsidiary of Betsson, in 2017, after the regulator said the operator had published promotional articles for online gambling on various websites.According to the KSA, visitors to the Content Publishing websites were able to click through to the sites where the illegal games of chance could be played. The KSA said it issued the penalty payment to Content Publishing in an effort to halt such activities, having previously warned the operator about its conduct.Content Publishing had argued in the District Court of The Hague that the KSA’s definition of promotion in the Gambling Act was too broad and that its articles constituted editorial information, rather than advertisements.However, the Court disagreed, saying in its ruling “the primary objective (…) was to forward potential players to providers of online casino games” and that the KSA rightly regarded this as promoting illegal gambling. The Council of State ruling supported this initial decision.In a statement issued after the Council of State hearing, the KSA said the social interest of informing the consumer about commercial practices that violate the current Gambling Act “outweigh the importance of Content Publishing to prevent disclosure”.The Dutch gambling market is set for major change in the near future, with the Remote Gaming Act due to come into effect from 1 July 2021, which in turn will open the country’s regulated market.However, before it can be implemented, secondary regulations published in June last year must be passed, while licensing conditions must also be finalised.Should the Act come into effect, four different licences would be made available: casino games where consumers play against the operator (such as slots and table games); peer-to-peer casino games (online poker). Licences for betting on sporting events, and betting on horse racing and trotting, will also be on offer.Earlier this month, it was also revealed the KSA imposed fines worth a combined €3.5m (£3.0m/$3.9m) in 2019, a 105.8% increase from 2018. In total, the KSA issued a total of 10 fines in the year.KSA chairman René Jansen said that the increase in fines was due to stricter enforcement of rules and higher penalties against targeting Dutch players with online gambling offerings in the lead-up to the opening of the Dutch regulated market next year. The Council of State, the highest administrative court in the Netherlands, has ruled in favour of national gambling regulator the Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) in a case concerning the use of text-based promotions for online games of chance. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Legal & compliance Tags: Online Gambling Topics: Legal & compliance Marketing & affiliates 24th January 2020 | By contenteditor KSA claims victory in gambling advertising caselast_img read more

Gamesys sees income fall despite revenue growth in 2019

first_img Gaming operator and content developer Gamesys Group has reported a 34.7% year-on-year rise in gaming revenue for 2019, but also experienced a decline in net income for the year due to higher spending and foreign exchange fluctuations.Gaming revenue for the 12 months to 31 December 2019 amounted to £415.1m (€456.1m/$506.1m), up from £308.2m in the previous year.On a proforma basis, assuming Gamesys had been incorporated into the business for the full year, revenue would have been up 14.7% at £565.3m.The UK remained Gamesys’ core market in 2019, with revenue from this region coming in at £214.6m, up 30.9% from £163.9m in the previous year. Gamesys also noted year-on-year growth in Asia, with revenue rocketing by 137.2% to £122.4m.However, it was not such good news for Gamesys in Europe, where gaming revenue fell 13.5% to £68.6m, while rest of world revenue also slipped 29.1% to £9.5m for the year.The business began 2019 as JPJ Group, but rebranded as the Gamesys Group in September after it completed the £490m acquisition of a number of assets from its long-term technology partner.Focusing on costs and expenses for the year, total spend amounted to £381.4m, up 47.6% year-on-year, with Gamesys seeing higher spending across a number of areas.Distribution costs, the main outgoing for the business, amounted to £214.2m, up from £149.9m as Gamesys spent more on selling and marketing, licensing fees, gaming taxes and processing fees.Administrative expenses jumped 40.7% year-on-year to £147.4m as the group saw an increase in spending relating to compensation and benefits, professional fees, amortisation and depreciation, and general and administrative.Gamesys also noted a significant increase in transaction-related costs, with this rocketing by 573.9% from £1.9m to £15.8m for the year, primarily related to the acquisition of Gamesys assets in September.In addition, Gamesys attributed a £23.2m spend to financial expenses in 2019.Significantly higher spending across the business meant net income for the year was down 41.4% to £8.5m. However, when taking into account the effects of currency exchange, net income stood at £2.0m, down 85.4% from £13.7m in 2018.For the latter of these income figures, Gamesys noted a £9.3m unrealised loss on cross currency swap, in addition to a £1.2m loss on interest rate swap.However, these were partially offset by a £2.7m gain on foreign exchange forward and also a £1.3m foreign currency translation gain on retranslation of overseas subsidiaries.“I am delighted with Gamesys Group’s strong financial performance in 2019, particularly given the significant work undertaken around the acquisition and integration of the legacy Gamesys business,” chief executive Lee Fenton said.“It was particularly pleasing to see the UK return to moderate growth in 2019 as we annualised the introduction of enhanced responsible gambling measures and we expect to see similar trends in 2020.“We are confident that our approach of multiple trusted brands, player centricity and a focus on the quality, rather than quantity, of content will leave us well-positioned to make market share gains.”Analysts from Regulus Partners also picked up on this UK success, saying that Gamesys should be able to maintain its growth in the UK despite challenging market conditions.In addition, Regulus highlighted Gamesys’ activities in Japan, saying that the business is “clearly making Japan work extremely well operationally”.However, Regulus also said that Gamesys should seek to broaden its product and geographic exposure in order to ensure long-term growth.Publication of the full year results comes after Gamesys earlier this month also announced that it had made a repayment of £40m towards its debt balances, reducing total outstanding debt by 7%.The first debt paydown represented over 15% of the operator’s outstanding GBP debt, as well as a significant portion of total debt.This followed a fourth quarter in which revenue grew 15.2% to £153.1m, up 82.2% year-on-year. Distribution costs climbed to £78.3m, while administrative expenses rose to £27.6m, and impairment charges to £3.9m.After these expenses were stripped out, Gamesys’ adjusted EBTIDA for the year amounted to £43.4m, down 4.1%.  Gaming operator and content developer Gamesys Group has reported a 34.7% year-on-year rise in gaming revenue for 2019, but also experienced a decline in net income for the year due to higher spending and foreign exchange fluctuations. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 17th March 2020 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Financecenter_img Gamesys sees income fall despite revenue growth in 2019 Tags: Online Gambling Topics: Finance Email Addresslast_img read more

888 sees casino and poker growth despite Covid-19 pandemic

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 888 sees casino and poker growth despite Covid-19 pandemic 24th March 2020 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Finance Sports betting Poker 888 Holdings has reported a rise in customer activity across its casino and poker services, but the online gambling operator warned its sports betting business is likely to suffer as a result of cancelled events worldwide. Casino & gamescenter_img 888 Holdings has reported a rise in customer activity across its casino and poker services, but the online gambling operator warned its sports betting business is likely to suffer as a result of cancelled events worldwide.In a trading update, published rather than the scheduled full-year results announcement, 888 said the overall business had performed well in the year to date and was in line with the board’s expectations, with average daily revenue up 18% on the comparable prior year period.Casino and sport verticals both saw average daily revenue increase 24% on the previous year. New customer acquisition across the group’s B2C business was 20% higher year-on-year, while B2C average daily deposits climbed 32%.888 also noted that despite the current situation regarding novel coronavirus (Covid-19), it has seen evidence of increased customer activity across both its casino and poker products.The operator said this could help compensate for the disruption to its sports betting business, which has been hit by the suspension or cancellation of almost all major sports events around the world.Should severe disruption to global sporting events continue until September 2020, 888 said that this is likely to lead to a “high single digit millions of dollars” decline in group earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) in the current financial year. Sports betting was responsible for 16% of 888’s total group revenue in 2019 it noted.888 added that in the event of a prolonged period of global macro-economic uncertainty, consumer spending across its online gaming product verticals may also decline.Meanwhile, the operator said that as people are now spending more time at home and face increased stress from economic uncertainty, its vigilance on safe gambling and preventing gambling-related harm becomes more important.As such, 888 said it will continue to offer customers support and is proactively communicating with players to inform them about its safe gambling tools that allow them to limit and control their play.In addition, 888 will continue to leverage its Observer software to scan player data and identify potential areas of concern to help prevent gambling harm.“As a purely online operator with diversified brands across product verticals and geographies, a strong balance sheet with $99.5m (£85.3m/€91.8m) of cash and cash equivalents at the 2019-year end, and a proven track record of delivering operational efficiencies, the board is confident in 888’s ability to manage these challenges.“Underpinned by the strength of 888’s technology, its growing customer base and the group’s talented and committed teams, the board continues to see a number of significant growth opportunities for the group which it is confident of progressing during 2020 and beyond.”The update comes after 888 yesterday (23 March) announced it was to delay the publication of its full-year results for 2019, after the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) requested all listed businesses observe a two-week moratorium on the publication of preliminary financial results.The operator was due to public its preliminary results for the year through to 31 December today, but will instead confirm a new date for the results in due course, subject to any further FCA guidance.The FCA said the coronavirus pandemic had created “unprecedented practical challenges” for listed businesses and auditors, and the practice of issuing preliminary financial statements ahead of audited results was adding unnecessary additional pressure. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Card Rooms and Poker Online Gambling Email Addresslast_img read more

Twin River to acquire trio of Caesars and Eldorado casinos

first_img Topics: Casino & games Casino & games 24th April 2020 | By contenteditor Twin River Worldwide has struck an agreement to acquire Eldorado Resorts properties in Louisiana and Nevada, and Caesars Entertainment’s Bally’s Atlantic City.The agreement with Eldorado sees it take over the Eldorado Shreveport Resort and Casino in Louisiana and the Mont Bleu Casino Resort & Spa in Lake Tahoe, Nevada for a purchase price of $155m.Eldorado had previously agreed to sell the properties to Maverick Gaming, but said these agreements had been terminated as a result of the Twin River deal, with the deposits paid by the original acquirer now returned.Each deal remains subject to Eldorado completing its acquisition of Caesars Entertainment, and subject to Federal Trade Commission clearance, each is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2021.“The agreement to divest Shreveport and MontBleu to Twin River Worldwide Holdings is consistent with our continued focus on closing the Caesars transaction in the first half of 2020,” Eldorado chief executive Tom Reeg said.The $25m deal for Bally’s Atlantic City, struck with Caesars and Vici Properties – a real estate investment trust (REIT) spun off from the operator in 2017 – covers certain assets and the property on which they are operated. Twin River will also acquire the license to build a sportsbook and launch online betting and gaming from the property. That deal is expected to be finalised late in 2020, or early 2021.“We look forward to the reopening of Bally’s Atlantic City as soon as appropriate once the public health emergency related to COVID-19 has passed,” Caesars CEO Tony Rodio commented. “We appreciate Twin River’s commitment to this property, which has a great future ahead under its stewardship.”Read the full story on iGB North America. Regions: US Louisiana Nevada New Jersey Twin River Worldwide has struck an agreement to acquire Eldorado Resorts properties in Louisiana and Nevada, and Caesars Entertainment’s Bally’s Atlantic City.center_img Twin River to acquire trio of Caesars and Eldorado casinos Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Addresslast_img read more

Enlabs hails “tremendous recovery” in Q3

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter A further €328,000, down 45.3%, came from Enlabs’ affiliate sites while €262,000, down 3.4%, came from other sources. Baltic-facing operator Enlabs saw revenue grow 35.5% to €13.6m and profit quadruple to €10.3m as the acquisition of Global Gaming helped the Optibet operator recover from a difficult Q2. Turning to outgoings, Enlabs paid €4.2m in direct operating costs, up 56.9%, comprising €2.9m in costs of services sold and €1.3m in gaming taxes, up 35.1%. The business said it bounced back a Q2 in which revenue fell 35.0% due to a ban on online gambling in Latvia for most of the quarter, while the country was under lockdown due to novel coronavirus (Covid-19), though the business still made a profit in that quarter. Email Address This left earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of €4.0m, a 29.6% year-on-year improvement. Almost all of Enlabs’ revenue – €13.0m, up 41.9% – came from gaming. Of this total, €10.2m was from online casino, up up 78.9%.  Between the growth in revenue, the Global Gaming acquisition and the migration of Enlabs’ Optibet.lv site to a new platform, George Ustinov described Q3 of 2020 as a  truly transformational quarter”. A further €2.7m, down 6.9%, was from betting and poker revenue came to €100,000 amid its migration to Playtech software. A negligible amount of additional revenue came from Enlabs’ new bingo product, which was launched during the quarter. While betting revenue recovered from Q2, Enlabs said there was still “some way to go” before the vertical is fully back on track again following the impact of Covid-19. 5th November 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Q3 results 2020 The business then made an additional €7.0m in financial income, compared to a €20,000 loss the year prior, for a pre-tax profit of €10.3m. This extra income was largely due to revaluation of Enlabs’ investments in Scout Gaming and Global Gaming. After receiving €17,000 in tax benefits, Enlabs’ final profit remained at €10.3m, four times the profit it made in Q3 of 2019. This growth, the business said, was partly due to the acquisition of Global Gaming, of which one month’s revenue was included in Enlabs’ figures, and also thanks to pent-up demand in Latvia after its online gambling suspension ended in June.center_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter After an additional €798,000 in depreciation and amortisation costs, Enlabs’ operating profit was up 25.9% to €3.2m. Yesterday, the business announced that it had increased its stake in Global Gaming to 95.8%, allowing the Ninja Casino operator to delist from the Nasdaq First North Growth Market. The operator paid a further €5.4m in operating expenses, up 26.3%. This included €2.7m in staff costs, up 24.2%, and €1.9m in marketing expenses, up 11.1%, as well as €1.3m in other expenses. Enlabs had 67,320 active customers during the quarter and players deposited €45.9m, up 54% from deposits in Q3 2019. “The Enlabs group executed a tremendous recovery after the stormy spring of 2020,” the operator said. Enlabs hails “tremendous recovery” in Q3 Ustinov added that the business is pursuing a licence in Ukraine, which legalised both land-based and online gambling earlier this year. It has set up a legal entity in the country as is required for a licence. Regions: Europe Baltics Estonia Latvia Lithuania Ukraine Finland Sweden Enlabs made €11.0m of its revenue from its old core business, plus an additional €2.5m from Global Gaming. Enlabs said that it is off to a strong start in Q4, with average daily gaming revenues in October up by 86% from 2019. Topics: Casino & games Finance Sports betting Online casino Q3 results 2020 Online sports betting Retail sports betting Tags: Global Gaming Enlabs Scout Gaming Group The group’s overall margin was 4.2%, up from 3.8% in 2019, meaning players bet €307.1m on non-poker games. Casino margins were up to 3.8%, for €268.4m in stakes, while online betting margins grew to 7.4% and retail betting margins declined to 8.2%.last_img read more

BetMGM launches online casino in Pennsylvania

first_img Tags: BetMGM Online casino AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter BetMGM Casino will offer players in Pennsylvania access to a range of online slot and table games. Regions: Pennsylvania BetMGM, the betting brand operated via the Roar Digital joint venture between GVC Holdings and MGM Resorts, has launched an online casino offering in the state of Pennsylvania. “With more than 140 different games, including our own in-house progressive jackpot network, we’re delivering the widest range of content currently available in the state,” BetMGM chief executive Adam Greenblatt said. Integration with MGM Resorts’ M life Rewards program will also allow users to customers to collect points while playing and exchange these for experiences at MGM Resorts properties across the US. “Alongside MGM Resorts and its M life Rewards program, BetMGM will provide players with a truly unique entertainment experience.” Read the full story on iGB North America. 7th December 2020 | By Robert Fletcher BetMGM launches online casino in Pennsylvania Topics: Online casino Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Addresslast_img read more