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Gaming Arts Signs Content Deal with Gamesys

Gaming Arts, LLC has inked an exclusive content agreement with Gamesys, a Bally Corporation arm. Gamesy will get access to full library of games from Gaming Arts for deployment into online, real money gaming.
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Bally’s revises full-year projections downwards after H1 results Monday 8 August 2022 - 7:30 am Bally’s revised both its revenue and earnings projections downwards following its Q2 results, in which the acquisition of Gamesys among other businesse...

Bally’s revises full-year projections downwards after H1 results
Monday 8 August 2022 - 7:30 am


Bally’s revised both its revenue and earnings projections downwards following its Q2 results, in which the acquisition of Gamesys among other businesse...

GAMING ARTS AND GAMESYS, A BAL

Gaming Arts and Gamesys enter into a five-year exclusive partnership. Gamesy will provide Gaming Arts with access to its full library of games for deployment into online, real money gaming worldwide. The deal also calls for Gaming arts to develop new games.
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Playgon Games Inc. goes live with Bally Corporation unit Solid Gaming

Playgon Games has gone live with Solid Gaming, a Bally's Corporation company. Solid is a market leader in providing exclusive and high performing random number generator games, live dealer solutions, and betting offerings for the online gambling industry. Playgon is looking to scale its business and market reach. It provides a multi-tenant gateway that allows online operators to offer their customers innovative iGaming software solutions. Its current software platform includes Live Dealer Casino, E-Table games and Daily Fantasy Sports.
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State Gaming Board To Hold Public Hearing In August On Proposed Casino In Centre County Nittany Mall

The state Gaming Control Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed casino in the Nittany Mall, in College Township, Centre County, on August 16 at 4 p.m. The meeting will be livestreamed. Ira Lubert, the former Penn State trustee, is the president of SC Gaming OpCo LLC, which wants to build a Category 4 casino. Bally Corporation announced it was partnering with Lubert on $120 million project.
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State Gaming Board To Hold Public Hearing In August On Proposed Casino In Centre County Nittany Mall