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Norsk Tipping exploring fantasy sports option with Scout Gaming

Scout Gaming, a supplier of B2B fantasy sports solutions for regulated market incumbents, is working with Norwegian state-owned wagering monopoly Norsk Tipping to develop a licensed real-money fantasy sports proposition. The partnership is formed as Norsk Tipping seeks to expand its regulated wagering services for Norwegian sports audiences. Norsk Tipping serves as Norway’s sole lottery, instant win and sports betting …

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Norsk Tipping boosted funding for Grasrotandelen initiative during 2019

Norwegian state-run operator Norsk Tipping has revealed that during 2019, it had allocated almost NOK700m (£60.2m) towards grassroots sporting initiatives as part of its Grasrotandelen initiative. The operator distributed a total of NOK698.2m last year, marking a 7.6% increase on the NOK649m handed out in 2018. Norsk Tipping revealed that via the Grasrotandelen project, over 35,000 grassroots initiatives secured funding …

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Flutter strengthens igaming offering with CasinoEngine

Flutter Entertainment has penned a new partnership with EveryMatrix which will see the operator group utilise EveryMatrix’s casino integration platform, CasinoEngine. The new alliance will see EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine provide its platform in several regulated markets such as Spain, Italy, Sweden, and the UK. Stian Hornsletten, Group Chief Commercial Officer of EveryMatrix, commented: “Spain is the first market to tackle together with Flutter. To achieve …

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Scientific Games agrees to supply VLTs through Norsk Tipping deal

Via its Global Draw Ltd subsidiary, industry technology group Scientific Games Corporation (SGC) has secured a ‘landmark’ partnership with Norsk Tipping. The new agreement will see SGC supply 3,000-4,500 Video Lottery Terminals (VLT) across approximately 1,000 locations across Norway, which will include convenience stores, bingo venues and other arenas. Thorbjørn A Unneberg, EVP Market Operations Norsk Tipping, commented: “Having worked …

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Norway calls for a review of Rikstoto racing monopoly

The Norwegian government is reportedly assessing whether gambling state monopoly Norsk Tipping should absorb the horseracing services of Rikstoto, simplifying Norway’s gambling frameworks. Norway’s Ministry of Culture will undertake its review of Rikstoto in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture – the department which to date has managed regulatory oversight of the racing monopoly. The review will evaluate whether to …

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IWG lands three-year instant win deal for Loterie Nationale

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Instant Win Gaming (IWG) will drive the next phase of online lottery growth in Belgium through an extension of its partnership with International Game Technology (IGT). Loterie Nationale, the country’s National Lottery, has handed IWG a three-year contract to deliver its instant win content following a competitive procurement process. The supplier will, therefore, be integrating its own Progressive Play Remote …

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Norsk Tipping confirms integrated platform deal with Optima and Sportradar

Norwegian state gaming operator Norsk Tipping has confirmed that sports betting omni-channel platform supplier Optima has won the tender to supply the firm with a new sportsbook integral solution for potentially the next 12 years. The successful offer also included integrated sports data feed and trading services from Sportradar, the major sports betting services supplier which last week agreed a …

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EGBA continues to fight against Norway payment blocks

Despite failing in an initial legal case in Norway earlier this week, the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) has expressed its confidence in succeeding in its ‘main case’ against the Norwegian Ministry of Culture in Oslo District Court. The EGBA and Entercash teamed up earlier this year to bring a case which sought to block  igaming payments to offshore …

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Report dispels “unrealistic assessments” of Norwegian market

Oslo Economics has published a report examining Norway’s current monopoly gambling framework serviced by state-owned incumbents Norsk Tipping and Rikstoto. In its report, Oslo Economics – a Norwegian non-governmental agency researching national policy impacts – investigates the potential ‘risk of transition’ facing national stakeholders, should Norway replace its existing ‘exclusive rights model’ for an ‘open licensing framework’ favoured by private enterprises. The agency assesses …

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Norway’s KLP fund terminates all gambling investments

Kommunal Landspensjonskasse (KLP) Norway’s €70 billion public pension fund has confirmed that it will no longer invest in gambling or alcohol-related enterprises. Business news sources have reported that KLP governance has sanctioned a complete sale of its holdings in gambling and alcohol businesses, impacting around 90 firms. Moving forward, KLP states that it will no longer invest in companies that …

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