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La Française des Jeux (FDJ) a connu sa meilleure croissance depuis 2004. L'an dernier le nombre total de paris placés auprès de l'opérateur français a augmenté de 9 pour cent à 17 239 mil- liards d'euros. Tous les secteurs de jeux en croissance.


Crane Payment Innovations (CPI) a acquis Cummins Allison, un fournisseur de pièces de monnaie et la gestion de traitement de chèques bancaires, ainsi que les distributeurs automatiques.


Les casinos du Nevada ont terminé l'année 2019 avec un autre mois à 1 milliard de dollars de GGR en décembre, portant son total annuel au troisième plus haut record.


MGM Resorts a vu son chiffre d’affaire augmenter de 4 pour cent au quatrième trimestre de l'année pour atteindre 3,2 milliards de dollars de l’année, avec des chiffres d’affaires nets nets augmentant de 10 pour cent à 12,9 milliards de dollars en 2019, bien qu'il ait mis en garde contre des «turbulences» qui limiteraient la croissance des revenus en 2020.


Le groupe Kindred a signé une série d'accords avec Caesars Entertainment qui fournira à Kindred un accès au marché de l'Indiana et de L’lowa, afin d’exploiter à la fois les paris sportifs et les jeux en ligne, en attendant l'adoption des lois applicables et en obtenant toutes les licences de jeux néces- saires des parties, avec une possibilité d’accès a plus d’États ultérieurement.


Century Casinos s'est associé à Circa Sports Colorado, comme l'un de ses opérateurs de paris sportifs sur Internet au Colorado. L’entreprise par le biais d'une filiale et de Circa Sports ont soumis des demandes auprès de l'État du Colorado pour obtenir les licences nécessaires avant le 1er mai 2020.


Genting Singapore et Galaxy Entertainment se sont retirés de la course à une licence IR de casino à Osaka, laissant MGM Resorts et son partenaire local Orix en position unique si le gouvernement préfectoral d'Osaka obtient une licence.


Alors qu'il se prépare pour le 10e anniversaire de Resorts World Sentosa en mars 2020, Genting Singapore a confirmé une baisse de 9 pour cent, de son chiffre affaire, une année à l’autre ce qui ramène à 607,2 millions de Dollars Singapourien S$ (438 Millions de dollars USD) pour les trois mois se terminant le 31 décembre 2019, avec une baisse de 13 pour cent de chiffre d’affaires des casinos du Resorts World Sentosa, blâmé d’un coût d'entrée plus élevé introduit en avril 2019.


Le Président de la Haute Autorité des Contrôles de Jeux du Hazard Colombien, (Coljuegos), Juan. B. Pérez Hidalgo, a annoncé que les autorités ont récolté un record d’un milliard de dollars de droits de license depuis 2012- une augmentation de 124 pour cent depuis 2012.


Gold Rush sues Illinois Gaming Board


On Feb. 1, Gold Rush sent a letter to the IGB demanding basic answers regarding the data breach, as well as “an immediate and thorough investigation into the IGB's role in the orchestrated and public smear campaign”


Rick Heidner and Gold Rush Amusements, the victims of a data breach by the Illinois Gaming Board (IGB), have filed a lawsuit against the Illinois Gaming Board, alleging that their personal and sensitive financial information was intentionally and illegally leaked by an IGB employee. Te IGB compounded the harm by failing to promptly notify Mr. Heidner and Gold Rush of the unauthorised disclosures and by taking unfair and improper actions against them, resulting in significant financial and reputational harm.


Te lawsuit, filed in February 1, in the Illinois Court of Claims, accuses the IGB of causing substantial harm when an IGB employee intentionally and without authorisation disclosed sensitive financial information, including personally identifiable information relating to Gold Rush, Mr. Heidner, his wife, two of his children, and other individuals. Te IGB is legally required to keep this data confidential.


Te complaint, which alleges breach of fiduciary duties and negligence, seeks the maximum allowable damages of $2m each for Mr. Heidner and Gold Rush.


New York


Oneida Indian Nation held the grand opening of the major expansion at Yellow Brick Road Casino & Sports Book in New York in February. Yellow Brick Road Casino’s latest expansion is a 19,400 sq. ft venue which includes, Te Lanes, a six-lane luxury Brunswick Bowling Center; two high-tech Topgolf Swing Suite bays; multiple pool tables; shuffleboard; sports- betting desk; more than 65 additional slot machines; more than 20 LED screens; and an expansive full-service bar and dining area with a menu developed by an award-winning culinary team. YBR Casino’s amenities are the continuation of significant investments made by the Oneida Indian Nation into the property over the last year. Te YBR Casino & Sports Book features a new gaming floor with a contemporary industrial design.”


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Approximately half of the more than 50 individual victims of the IGB data breach had previous contact with Mr. Heidner or Gold Rush, a licensed terminal operator serving more than 500 establishments across Illinois.


In addition to immediate and extended family members, the victims include individuals with whom Gold Rush has a contractual relationship under the jurisdiction of the IGB.


Te IGB delayed notifying Mr. Heidner and the other victims of the unauthorised disclosures for nearly a month. According to the complaint, Mr. Heidner and his family received the IGB's data breach notices on 31 January, well after the IGB discovered the breach on January 3, and a week after the media had reported the breach.


Te IGB's failure to promptly notify Mr. Heidner and the other victims and cooperate with them in matters relating to the data breach, as well as its failure to implement and maintain reasonable security measures to protect their private information from unauthorised access and disclosures, violates the Illinois Personal Information Protection Act.


US CPI announce acquisition of Cummins Allison


Crane Payment Innovations (CPI), has acquired Cummins Allison, a provider of coin, currency and check handling solutions, as well as ATMs. “We are extremely excited about the new opportunities created by the acquisition of Cummins Allison,” commented Jan-Hinrik Bauwe, President, CPI. “Te natural fit of our portfolios enables us to move forward in a way that will help our customers achieve their goals.”


CPI, along with Crane Merchandising Systems and Crane Currency, is part of the Payment & Merchandising Technologies segment of Crane Co. CPI serves more than 100 countries, and has one of the world’s largest installed base of payment systems.


Te strategic focus of CPI is to provide a full range of high-quality payment solutions, aimed at the


banking, gaming, retail, transportation and vending markets. Drawing on decades of expertise from the NRI, CashCode, Telequip, Money Controls, MEI and Conlux brands, CPI develops sophisticated sensing technologies supported by intelligent mathematics and expertise in device connectivity.


Cummins Allison, a privately-held corporation, has been owned by the Jones family since 1942. “We see this change as very positive for our customers,” says William J. Jones, Chairman and CEO, Cummins Allison. “It brings together two great American companies with tremendous expertise in payment and currency processing. Our customers will have more choices for new and existing products and services, which will contribute to their ultimate success.”


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