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Contents July 2021


SOUTH AMERICA CHILE P06


Gaming Publishing


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Empire Business Centre, Empire Way, Burnley BB12 6HA, UK


Casino staff at the Casino Monticello have blocked traffic on Ruta 5 Sur on June 15, to protest the continued closure of the casino.


COLOMBIA P06


Coljeugos has confirmed that during the first four months of 2021, the gaming sector


generated sales of more than US$1,390m PARAGUAY P06


World Partner Clarion Events


Greentube has launched its portfolio with Slots Del Sol in Paraguay, boosting its


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presence following its market entry last year. NORTH AMERICA CANADA P18


Single-event sports betting is coming to Premier Media Partner


G3Newswire.com delivers daily


international gaming industry news and information, with the


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Canada with the Senate successfully passing Bill C-218, without amendment.


PENNSYLVANIA P20


Betting at Pennsylvania's online and retail sportsbooks fell modestly in May, but still pushed the state past $5bn in wagering.


LOUISIANA P24 Louisiana’s sports betting industry will


attract more than US$2.5bn in annual sports wagers and $200m in operator revenue.


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Reports Russia


Russia: Going Underground Report: P56 Te bookmaking industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the Russian economy, but high taxes and new regulations are putting this growth in jeopardy.


Supporting welfare, retention and recruitment during Covid Insight: P36 G3 speaks to Jonathon Swaine, Managing Director of Grosvenor Casinos about the challenges faced by employers and employees during the pandemic.


Gaming Technology Innovation: Quixant Insight P50 Quixant’s Chief Technology Officer, Abhinay Bhagavatula, explains the role of technology in the recovery of the international gaming sector.


Pulse Game Mathematics


Pulse: Game Mathematics Interactive P76 G3 talks to 1X2 Network’s Gray Wagner, Simmon Hammon from Relax Gaming and Fantasma’s Tianzhi Zhou about the importance of game maths.


EMEA


FRANCE P08 France’s Joa casino group has confirmed that its


Club Joa Royale will not reopen with the Lyon group deciding to 'refocus on its core business.


GERMANY P10 Te relaxation of lockdown rules in Germany


has enableed operator Spielbank Berlin to launch its new location on Kurfürstendamm.


HOLLAND P12 Interblock installs its third Pulse Arena with


the Holland Casino Group at the operator’s new Venlo Casino opening this month.


ASIA & OCEANIA


JAPAN P26 Sega Sammy to contribute over US$1bn to the


construction of an IR in Yokohama as part of its partnership with Genting Singapore.


NORTH MARIANAS P26 Imperial Pacific wants the Superior Court in


Saipan to carry out a judicial review into the indefinite suspension of its casino license


CHINA P27 Melco in partnership with Agile Group is to


develop a Guangdong province resort as a ‘gateway for global tourism into China.’


WIRE / PULSE / INSIGHT / REPORTS P3


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