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CGA says sports betting bill will allow Canadian companies to compete

The Canadian Gaming Association's President Paul Burns says federal legislation to allow single-sports wagers will level the playing field for the Canadian betting industry after a "horrendous" year.

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Canadian federal government moves to legalize single-event sports betting
Canadian Gaming Business
A bill to amend the Criminal Code to allow single-event sports betting is slated at the House of Commons this week...Full Story


Sports and entertainment company FansUnite joins the CGA
Canadian Gaming Business
The Vancouver-based company operates in the iGaming and regulated online sports betting fields...Full Story
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The Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) is a non-profit international trade association representing manufacturers and suppliers of gaming equipment.
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CGA honours Jean Major with 2020 Industry Leadership & Outstanding Contribution Award (Canadian Gaming Business)

Great Canadian Gaming shareholders reject Apollo's multi-billion-dollar takeover proposal (Canadian Gaming Business)

WCLC is buying 600 Scientific Games VLTs for use in Saskatchewan (Canadian Gaming Business)
NeoPollard enters the Canadian gaming market with AGLC (Canadian Gaming Business)
IGT recognized for its efforts in diversity and sustainability (Canadian Gaming Business)

U.S. commercial gaming revenue rebounds well in Q3 amid sports betting progress (Canadian Gaming Business)

New Jersey sets overall U.S. sports betting record for 3rd month in a row (Canadian Gaming Business)

William Hill shareholders vote to approve acquisition by Caesars (Canadian Gaming Business)

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