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Donaco appoints new directors, resumes trading

Donaco International has announced the appointment of two independent and non-executive directors, including Mel Ashton, who will take on the role of chairman, and...

Silver Heritage Group appoints new director

The Silver Heritage Group has announced the appointment of Darryl Kaplan as a non-executive director of the company with immediate effect.

Arbuckle out as Donaco CEO

The meltdown at Donaco International continued on Thursday when Paul Arbuckle tendered his resignation as CEO only six months into the job.

Stars Group buys outstanding stake in BetEasy

Canada-based The Stars Group said it agreed to buy out minority shareholders in BetEasy, its Australian sports betting unit for AS$151 million ($103.2 million).

ASX suspends Donaco after major leadership shakeup

The Australian Stock Exchange suspended trading of Donaco International on Monday after a bloodbath at the Annual General Meeting left the firm without the minimum two directors residing in Australia.

Ainsworth FY19 revenue weighed by non-NA revenues

Gaming equipment supplier Ainsworth saw its sales revenue drop 12 percent in FY19, with both international and domestic revenues down in the year. The company...

Australian government to create national gambling self-exclusion register

Minister for Families and Social Services Anne Ruston issued a statement on Sunday revealing that the government is preparing legislation to create an online National Self-Exclusion Register that will allow people to ban themselves from all online wagering sites and apps.

Aristocrat profit up 28.8 pct on digital and land-based business

Gaming machine manufacturer Aristocrat Leisure delivered on profit growth for the year ended September 30, 2019, boosted by the group recent digital acquisitions, along...

NSW planning authorities reject Star’s $530 mln tower proposal

Star Entertainment Group’s plans for a six-star luxury hotel tower in Sydney has been rejected by the NSW Independent Planning Commission, with a three-person...

Aristocrat logs 29 percent rise in net profit in FY2019

Slot and gambling machine maker Aristocrat Leisure saw its profits after tax rise by nearly 29 percent in the one-year period to the end of September, reaching almost A$700 million (about US$476 million). The company’s total sales were nearly A$4.4 billion.

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