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Over the last decade, mobile gaming has expanded exponentially across the globe. According to data from Statista, over the years internet users have started to spend more time on their mobiles than on traditional PCs and laptops. The popularity has particularly been enhanced by the growth of mobile technology, the fast development of WIFI networks, and smartphone features.
At the beginning of October, Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) entered into a long-term agreement with Slotbox Limited to provide the Dublin-based group with an iGaming platform, and an omnichannel solution for its online casino. Under the name Slotbox, the casino operator will rely on GiG’s front end development tools, bringing together its online and offline experience.
A service station in the Connemara town of Clifden in Galway has been announced as the location where a EuroMillions ticket worth more than €1 million was sold from a draw last Tuesday (11th November).
Data revealed by the National Lottery has shown how it continues to make a big impact on towns and communities right across Ireland, including Mayo. The study found that over 210 Good Causes projects were supported in Mayo in 2018 and 2019.
The gambling market in Ireland is unique given the country's proximity to Great Britain. A lot of people assume that the gambling laws in Ireland are the same as the laws that are in place throughout other countries in the region. That's just not the case.
"How much do you love me?” - The moment a Mayo husband informed his wife that they had won the €17 million EuroMillions jackpot
Two weeks after winning Ireland’s 15th EuroMillions jackpot, a large Mayo family syndicate has finally come forward to National Lottery headquarters in Dublin this week to collect their truly life-changing €17 million prize which they won on Tuesday, February 11.
The Gateway Youth Project (Foroige) and the Midland's Amenity Park Association Ltd. were notable winners in their respective categories following the announcement of the successful candidates in the county Westmeath National Lottery Good Causes awards.
The National Lottery has confirmed that the top prize of €500,000 in the Daily Millions Draw on Friday last, June 1 was sold at Newstand, Market Square, Castlebar.
"STYLISTICALLY PERCHED between classic U2 and The Killers, State Lights songs are made for radio." So said Golden Plec about the rising Irish band who are playing Monroe's Live.
Gambling is a crisis issue within the GAA and Galway, according to outgoing Galway county chairman Noel Treacy.