Tag Archives: Cryptologic
- NYX revenue up 213% following “transformational year”
April 25, 2017
Online gambling technology provider NYX Gaming Group reported record results in 2016 after bolstering its operations via the acquisition of sports betting tech unit OpenBet. On Tuesday, the Toronto-listed NYX reported revenue of $54.5m in the three months ending December 31, 2016, a 196.6% improvement over the same period last...
- NYX Gaming Group Rolls Out NYX OGS System on Caesars Interactive Entertainment Platform
September 17, 2015
NYX Gaming Group continues to extend its brand across the online gambling industry with a deal that sees their Open Gaming System used on the Caesars Interactive Entertainment platform. Canadian online gambling outfit NYX Gaming Group continue to spray their brand across the online gambling sphere with news of a...
- Amaya sells Chartwell, Cryptologic software divisions to NYX Gaming
April 9, 2015
Amaya Gaming has sold its Chartwell and Cryptologic software divisions to NYX Gaming Group for C$150m (US $119m), capping off the Canadian gaming firm’s strategy of ridding itself of its B2B operations. On Thursday, Amaya announced it had reached a deal with NYX to sell 100% of the shares in...
- PokerStars takes first sports bet, expects New Jersey license in Q3
March 31, 2015
Canada’s Amaya Gaming announced that its PokerStars online poker site took its first sports wager on Tuesday following the beta launch of its new sports betting product. Amaya, which completed its $4.9b purchase of the Rational Group’s assets – including online poker giants PokerStars and Full Tilt – in August...
- MODQs – Marvel Slots, Do They Matter?
November 13, 2013
At the end of last month the New York Times revealed that in an attempt to protect a family friendly image Disney will not be renewing any of their licensing deals with gambling developers. While the focus of Las Vegas Weekly and many other publications looked to Florida where the...
- Disney’s anti-casino stance dooms Marvel-branded slots titles
November 9, 2013
Marvel Studios’ Thor: The Dark World movie opened in North America this week, following its release around the world a week earlier. The sequel to the 2011 film Thor has already grossed over $150m worldwide and could top $300m by the end of this weekend. Interest in the Norse hero/Marvel...
Playtech scrapping Marvel superhero content as of April 1
March 26, 2017
Bitcoin.Casino domain acquired in $28K record sale
February 27, 2017
Florida gambling bill sails through House Committee Vote
March 22, 2017
Mor Weizer: Trends are shifting toward regulated markets
April 26, 2017