Tag Archives: Indiana Gaming Commission.

Caesars takeover of William Hill set to go ahead after antitrust period cleared

The antitrust period for Caesars Entertainment’s takeover of bookmaker William Hill has been cleared, it was revealed this week. In a statement, the Nevada-based casino operator commented: “Caesars continues to progress through obtaining all necessary regulatory approvals required to close the transaction and is still aiming to complete the proposed combination in March 2021.” The antitrust waiting period is a …

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Gambling.com strengthens US presence with Indiana launch

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The US subsidiary of Gambling.com Group, KAX Media America Inc, has been given the green light to expand into Indiana after it received approval from the Indiana Gaming Commission. The approval means that Gambling.com Group will be authorised to provide services to licensed gaming operators in the state. “Indiana got it right by offering mobile sports betting and the state …

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