Gaming Americas Weekly Recap – August 8-14 European Gaming Industry News

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Welcome back to our weekly roundup of US gambling news! Here, we review weekly US gaming industry highlights that include the latest news and new partnerships. Read on and be updated.

Recent news

Internet Vikings has launched its iGaming hosting operations in Iowa, as the company strives to further develop its presence in the United States. Established in Sweden in 2008, Internet Vikings provides hosting and marketing solutions to iGaming operators.

The Annual AGEM & AGA Golf Classic, presented by JCM Global, has raised $180,000 for the International Center for Responsible Gambling (ICRG). To date, the event has raised nearly $2.5 million to support the ICRG and its problem gambling research.

MegaFans, the first open-source esports platform bridging Web2 and Web3, has announced that its Summer Extravaganza tournament will have a $100,000 prize pool, an opportunity for its rapidly growing mobile gamer base to win some cash. , gift cards, cryptocurrency, NFTs and more.

Penn National Gaming Inc has announced that its subsidiary Score Digital Sports Ventures (Canada) Inc has launched its proprietary risk and trading platform, the culmination of theScore Bet’s strategy to integrate its sports betting technology in-house.

Pragmatic Play, one of the leading content providers in the iGaming industry, has strengthened its position in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, following the approval of its Live Casino content by the capital’s regulator.

International Game Technology (IGT) announced that its subsidiary, IGT Global Solutions Corporation, has signed an agreement to provide engaging iLottery content through its high-performance Remote Gaming Server (RGS) to the Michigan Lottery.

Magic Eden, the first community-centric NFT marketplace on Solana, featured the company’s first semi-fungible (SFT) token marketplace in conjunction with popular NFT game Genopets.

SciPlay Corporation, one of the world’s leading gaming companies, launched a summer-long social media and advertising campaign for the top-ranked casino game Jackpot Party, featuring the actress and entrepreneur Sofia Vergara.

Partnerships

Lotería Nacional de Ecuador, the national lottery of Ecuador, has awarded a new 10-year contract to Scientific Games that includes instant games, lottery systems, retail technology and a lottery gaming system based on the raffle that will launch the first-ever electronic raffle games in Ecuador.

Ainsworth Interactive, the iGaming division of Ainsworth Latin America, has released its iGaming content in Peru with retail and online operator Apuesta Total. Games like Mustang Spirit and Vegas Fiesta Grand are now available on ApuestaTotal.com.

G2 Esports has partnered with Herman Miller Gaming. The partnership will provide G2 with Herman Miller Gaming gear and create exclusive opportunities for the teams to collaborate on future products and research.

Betsoft Gaming has entered into a content partnership with operator Condor Gaming Group’s new online casino, Gambeta10. The licensed casino will have access to Betsoft’s portfolio of award-winning slots, including the latest release Gemini Joker and classic comedy Take the Bank.

Brazilian top-flight club Fluminense have renewed their sponsorship deal with sports betting brand Betano. Running through June 2025, the sponsorship arrangement will focus on fan engagement, with various activations planned depending on the duo, as well as advertising and marketing arrangements.

New appointments

Pollard Banknote has appointed May Scheve Reardon as vice president of government relations, responsible for government and legislative affairs.

Bragg Gaming Group announced that the company’s board of directors has appointed Mark Clayton to the board.

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