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Welcome to our weekly roundup of American gambling news again! Here, we are going through the weekly highlights of the American gambling industry which include the latest news and new partnerships. Read on and get updated.

Latest News

Accel Entertainment announced the completion of its previously announced transaction to acquire Century Gaming, one of the leading distributed gaming operators in the Western US, for $164.2 million in cash and stock, including Century’s working capital.

Video King Gaming Systems and Parlay Games announced the certification by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) of their national, tribally linked, flagship Class II bingo product: Bingo Treasures. With the completion of GLI’S certification and filing of a patent application with the USPTO, Video King has commenced licensing this suite of Class II linked iGaming products to Tribal customers throughout the US.

HeadsUp Entertainment International has launched “multiple revenue platforms” in six US states and Ontario. This comes alongside a partnership with fellow Canadian brand Enteractive Media, which will see both companies collaborate on the first of a number of content production initiatives “to produce daily content for sports betting customer acquisition”.

Rush Street Interactive has announced that it is adding its industry-leading online sportsbook to its existing online casino at BetRivers in West Virginia. Now sports fans across the Mountain State, aged 21 and over, can join gaming enthusiasts to place bets quickly and securely from the integrated BetRivers iOS and Android apps and website.

Playtech has announced that it has launched its multichannel technology with NorthStar Bets, an Ontario-based brand that provides players with a uniquely local, premier user experience on their casino and sportsbook gaming platform.

Win Systems has announced the installation of its award-winning WIGOS casino management system at the Ocean Gaming Casino in Hampton, New Hampshire.

Paramount Commerce has launched its Instant Bank Transfer payment solution in Canada for iGaming and sports betting operators. The product, proven in the North American online gaming and sports betting markets, delivers industry-leading conversion, ubiquitous bank coverage and state-of-the-art risk management.

New Appointments

Churchill Downs Incorporated announced that Katherine Armstrong has been named SVP of Human Resources for the Company. Armstrong assumes the role from Chuck Kenyon who announced his retirement after 18 years of leading CDI’s HR department.

Tracy Bradford has been promoted to the position of President of Seminole Hard Rock Support Services. In her new role, she will be responsible for all management and operations of Support Services, Customer Care and Aviation.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City has appointed Alicia Magee as VP of Finance. In her new role, Magee will oversee overall responsibility for finance-related areas.

Mohegan has announced the appointment of Heather Menzano as VP, Web Communications to oversee corporate and casino branded website and app development in North America.

Rush Street Gaming has promoted Bill Keena and Marc Arndt as COO and CFO, respectively.

New Partnerships

Vanta has partnered with Association for Middle Level Education to become the new official esports platform and partner of AMLE. With this partnership, AMLE’s membership of 35,000 educators will now be able to bring esports to their students via a safe, COPPA compliant platform.

Jackpocket has become the official digital lottery partner of Colorado Rockies. The partnership is Jackpocket’s third with a Major League Baseball team.