The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has announced the postponement of EUFA EURO 2020, which was due to be played in June and...
The Galaxy Entertainment EuroJapan Cup drew 65,000 soccer fans to watch the friendly match between the English Premier League 2019 Champions, Manchester City, and Japan’s Yokohama F. Marinos, which the English team won 3-1.
Expanding its outreach to Japanese society through sports, Galaxy Entertainment announced that they will host the “Galaxy Entertainment Junior Soccer Cup.”
Gaming companies have long recognised the lucrative potential of teaming up with sports, and as new jurisdictions open up to casinos, operators are seeking to leverage these ties to boost brand recognition, woo the public and dull the gambling edge.
BetConstruct is providing its Sportsbook product to Breakout Gaming, making more than 30,000 live matches available each month, together with 40,000 plus pre-match events...
Regulators, operators and sports bodies need to improve international cooperation if they are effectively to tackle match fixing, which experts say is increasingly centred...
Assertions that Malaysia is now Southeast Asia’s epicenter for match fixing didn’t go down well with the country’s authorities. But just how accurate are these claims and why do so many fixes emanate from this part of the continent?
Vietnam, a country of keen gamblers and soccer fans with a population of about 90 million, may be on the verge of legalizing sports betting after two decades of procrastination. However, experts say a proposal put forward in August by the Ministry of Finance is unlikely to go far enough to open the market and stamp out rampant illegal gambling. At issue in particular is a low daily cap and narrow options.
The UEFA Euro 2016 soccer championship is fueling a spike in gambling among Thai youth, despite police crackdowns, with an increasing portion of bets being placed online, according to new research. A joint survey conducted by Chulalongkorn University’s Centre for Gaming Studies together with the Research Centre for Social and Business Development found that more than 16 percent of Thai youth in major provinces were planning to bet on the championships, which kicked off in France on June 10th and will run through to July 10th. That's despite a government "stop" campaign.
After a period of rapid growth in Europe, virtual sports are emerging as a viable product in Asia, with operators drawn to the regulatory flexibility, low-cost turnkey integration and high margins. But today’s virtuals - which let players bet on the outcome of pre-determined, virtual visualizations of sporting encounters - are now graphically impressive adaptations of the real thing, created with advanced motion-capture technology which make the leading products tough to distinguish from reality.
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