Sportsbook news results for the search term: ladbrokes
Ladbrokes (SBR rating A) has acquired BetDaq Sportsbook in a deal worth €30 million, which includes €15m in Ladbrokes shares. Ladbrokes will also acquire a 10% stake in TBH Guernsey Ltd, BetDaq's technology provider. The news is underscored by Ladrokes' CEO Richard Glynn making his first acquisition since taking the helm three years ago.
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SBR newswoman Natalie provides a sportsbook industry news update. SBR analyst Justin joins the program to discuss his current dispute caseload. In today's video, topics include Pinnacle Sports license from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC), the 10Bet sportsbook dispute closure, as well as items from TheGreek and Ladbrokes.
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International gaming operators have been ordered by the Netherlands Supreme court to cease servicing Dutch players.
The ruling is the latest development in a legal battle between De Lotto—the only company licensed within the Netherlands to offer lotteries & traditional games of chance—and British operator Ladbrokes (SBR rating A). De Lotto contends that Ladbrokes' website and telephone betting services are unfair competition.
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Ladbrokes management has clarified their $1360 deduction from an NFL halftime/fulltime proposition bet. The adjustment was not made due to pricing error as stated by customer service to the player, instead a rule that excludes overtime from all halftime/full time bets. This rule is common in soccer leagues; although not typically applied to NFL.
27.10.2009 (08:33 PM CST)
Ladbrokes downgraded from A+ to A
Ladbrokes (SBR rating A) voided an NFL wager worth $1360. The bet type was a double result proposition on the outcome of the Bills and Jets game on October 18th. The player wagered $170 at +1600 on the Jets winning the first half, and the Bills winning the game. The same proposition was available at Bet365 (SBR rating C) at +1400. The player's bet won netting $2890. On the morning of October 19th Ladbrokes debited $1360 of winnings citing an obvious odds error. SBR has contacted Ladbrokes to discuss this dispute. Ladbrokes has been downgraded from A+ to A | Ladbrokes discussion
Ladbrokes (SBR rating A+) acquires Sponsio Ltd, the company used to service Ladbrokes’ Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland operation, for 36 million pounds (approximately $71 million USD). Ladbrokes intends to increase its presence in Scandinavia and eventually open betting shops across the region.
include another NO PAY complaint from WorldWager (SBR rating F), Ladbrokes (SBR rating A+) for very poor customer service, Sportsbook.com (SBR rating C+) with another disappointing slow pay complaint - SBR recent upgrade of Sportsbook.com now under reconsideration