PointsBet Partners with the NHL Alumni Association

PointsBet, an Australian sports betting provider that focuses on the North American betting market, has joined forces with the NHL Alumni Association (NHLAA). The ASX-listed wagering operator will become the exclusive sports betting partner of the NHLAA in Canada and will also be the association’s official partner in the US. The bookmaker will get the […]

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Sportsbet Owner, Flutter Entertainment, Acquires Tombola

Flutter Entertainment, the company behind the biggest betting operator in Australia, Sportsbet, has acquired British bingo company Tombola. The acquisition was finalized after Flutter got the green light from regulators for the  £402 million (A$761 million) deal. In the announcement Flutter released, the company said that the acquisition of Tombola would deliver “key strategic advantages”. […]

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Sports Betting Site Stake Partners with Swindon Town FC

Stake is an Australian sports betting operator with big plans for the future. The crypto betting site was established by Edward Craven, a shareholder in Easygo Gaming, in 2017 in Melbourne. The wagering provider that’s licensed in Curacao operates both as an online casino and as a sports betting site. It has now undertaken the […]

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Pointsbet Shares Continue to Drop in Value

Pointsbet’s share price value continues to go down in the new year too. The sports betting operator’s shares sky-rocketed early last year and went over $17 per share. However, as the US wagering market got more competitive and the excitement died down a little, Pointsbet’s share price value started to go down, decreasing by 40% […]

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US Betting Market Will Be Worth $56 Billion by 2023

In 2018, the US Supreme Court overturned the ban on sports betting, meaning individual states could start legalizing sports wagering. So far seventeen US states have done that, and soon more will follow. New York will start accepting online sports bets as soon as this January, and it is expected that the state of Ohio […]

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