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The Swedish and Dutch gambling Authorities have signed a memorandum of understanding to streamline cooperation between the two European regulators.
The agreement will allow both authorities to more easily share information, intelligence and experience, as well as collaborating in matters of enforcement actions against licence holders.
Publishing its Q3 trading statement, gambling operator group Gamesys recorded a 31% increase in revenues to £190 million.
Reflecting on a period of strong organic growth, underpinned by an increase in customer activity, Gamesys reported that robust UK trading was supported by double-digit gains in Asia, the US and Spain.
Gamesys also said that it was meeting the challenge of operating in the UK under COVID-19 restrictions. The group said it is proactively engaging with customers to ensure they are aware of responsible gambling tools, with an increased awareness of playing time and spend across all sites.
Betway has sealed a long-term contract extension with Betgenius, which supplies the operator with sportsbook data, content and market-trading provisions.
Betgenius will serve as lead in-play supplier to Betway with regards to football, tennis, basketball, volleyball and esports.
Betting markets will be upgraded with Betgenius’s in-play software, offering live content and data across all major sports markets.