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New Asian-Themed Slot Comes to Habanero

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Casino games developer, Habanero, has expanded their portfolio of video slot games in February with the launch of the Asian-themed game, Koi Gate Slot.

Colossus Bets Launches New Syndicates Product

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Colossus Bets has announced the launch of its new Colossus Syndicates Product in an effort to improve player engagement dynamics for its football pools product.

Yggdrasil to Launch New Game Mechanic Fusion Realms

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Yggdrasil Gaming is preparing the launch of their new game mechanic, Fusion Realms, a feature that will provide an immersive slot experience for players.

Irish Fans Key to Success of The Cheltenham Festival

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An Economic Impact Analysis has shown that Irish fans were key to the success of The Cheltenham Festival in 2016, spending €22.3 million over the event.

Brian Graham Wins First Stage of Fight Against Horse Racing Ireland

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Brian Graham, a Belfast bookie, has won the first stage of a legal battle against Horse Racing Ireland over the allocation of racecourse betting pitches.

Betway Becomes Grand National Betting Partner

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Betway has signed a three-year sponsorship deal with Aintree Racecourse, making it the official betting partner of this year’s Grand National Festival.

LeoVegas Granted Remote Operator License in Ireland

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LeoVegas Group will be entering the Irish gaming market after being granted a Remote Operator License for sports betting by the Irish Revenue Commissioner.

Aspire Global Signs Partnership Agreement with SBTech

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SBTech has been selected as the exclusive sportsbook provider for Aspire Global, allowing the igaming solutions provider to expand their offering to partners.

Playtech Launches Industry-First Omni-Channel Slot Game

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Playtech has launched an industry-first omni-channel slot game, Tiki Paradise, offering enhanced rewards and free spins features across all channels.

Turf Club Has No Plans to Replicate French Female Allowance

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The Irish Turf Club has announced they have no intention to replicate French racing which plans to introduce a 2kg weight allowance for female jockeys.