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Welcome to our weekly roundup of American gambling news again! It was again an eventful week in the USA, despite the still-active virus attack.
Here, we are going through the weekly highlights of the American gambling industry which include the latest news, new partnerships and new appointments. Read on and get updated.
Montreal-based payment technology company Nuvei Corporation has received its sports betting vendor license from Colorado’s Division of Gaming. This permits the company to process payments within the state’s boundaries on regulated sports betting sites and apps. Nuvei can now provide gaming operators and companies with seamless payment services for customers over the age of 21 who place legal wagers on games in the National Football League, Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, National Hockey League and any other professional and amateur sports betting transactions across the State.
Caesars Entertainment is in advanced talks to acquire the UK-based bookmaker William Hill for £2.9 billion. In a joint statement, the companies said that Caesars was considering offering 272 pence per share for William Hill. To fund the deal, Caesars said it was announcing a new equity raise, and would also take out $2 billion of new debt secured against William Hill’s non-US businesses.
New research by CasinosHunter.com, an independent online casino reviewing platform for gamblers, has revealed the new challenges that have emerged as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the possibilities now available to