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New sports betting website launched in New Zealand

The NZRB’s new betting platform was launched this week and was described as “the beginning of a new era” for the segment in the country.

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Australia’s UBET ceases to operate

Australian betting brand UBET has ceased to operate in Australia as it transferred its customers to Tabcorp’s TAB brand.

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Crown wins lawsuit in Australia

The New South Wales Supreme Court ruled in favour of Crown Resorts over a view-related legal dispute in Barangaroo.

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Victoria Mayor backs away from casino project

Mayor Lisa Helps withdrew her support for a new venue in the Australian city over money laundering investigations in the industry.

New Zealand casino seeks licence renewal

The Christchurch Casino is the first facility in the country to seek a licence renewal.

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Australia enforces new protection framework

The National Consumer Protection Framework has been enforced in Australia to ensure protection for online wagering consumers.

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Canberra passes reduction of poker machines

The ACT Legislative Assembly passed a gambling reform that slashes the number of poker machines from 4,000 to 2,020.

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New casinos to face challenges in the Gold Coast

According to research firm Macquarie Research, the Gold Coast may not be “the most attractive market” to develop integrated resorts.

New Zealand reports Q3 results

The local gaming machine association reported a 3.4% increase in GMP during the third quarter.

Australasian Gaming Expo is a finalist in Awards for Excellence

The world’s third largest hospitality and gaming trade show is a finalist in the EEAA 2018 Awards for Excellence.

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SkyCity to sell Darwin casino

US-based Delaware North has agreed to acquire SkyCity’s Darwin casino as the Australian operator focuses on other markets.

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Unlicenced iGaming to drop in Australia

According to local authorities, unlicensed online gambling operations’ revenue will drop 50% this year after regulatory changes.