Greek gains for Inspired

first_img14th August 2018 | By contenteditor Topics: Finance Greek gains for Inspired Email Address Tags: Skill Games New Inspired Entertainment CEO Brooks Pierce (pictured) cited a strong performance in Greece as one of the key reasons behind financial growth in the third quarter. Revenue at the New York-based firm increased 7.9% year-on-year to $36.9m (£28.9m/€32.4m), while it was able to cut net loss from $8.3m to $4m. Adjusted EBITDA was also up 60.8% to $15.5m The results come after the virtual sports, mobile gaming and server-based gaming systems provider made major changes to its senior management team mid-way the first half, with Luke Alvarez stepping aside as chief executive and president in May. Pierce was named president and chief operating officer and joined the new ‘Office of the Executive Chairman’. Lorne Weil, executive chairman; Daniel Silvers executive vice-president and chief strategy officer; and Stewart Baker, executive vice-president and chief financial officer, make up the office. Speaking about the Q3 results, Weil said Inspired’s business is “building as envisioned”, adding that its products “continue to deliver and gain traction” while “margins are benefiting from scale”. On the subject of Greece, Weil added: “We believe our strong performance in Greece is sparking interest in our innovative games and technology from operators around the world, further diversifying our geographic exposure.” Weil also revealed Inspired will this week be launching virtual sports with the Pennsylvania Lottery. Meanwhile, it was also a strong period for white label casino platform Aspire Global. Revenue hiked 43% year-on-year to €24.7m, while EBITDA climbed by 53% to €5.7m with a margin of 22.9% – both record amounts for Aspire, thanks to a busy World Cup period. This impressive performance pushed revenue for the first half at Aspire to €43.1m, up 29% on the same point last year, while EBTIDA hit €8.5m. Like Inspired, Aspire had a busy first half of the year, during which it launched a new sportsbook in Portugal through a partnership with Cofina Media. The firm also linked up with Aller Media Denmark to roll out a new online casino in the Danish market. Chief executive Tsachi Maimon cited such partnerships as key to its growth in the period. Aspire, which recently applied for a new licence in Sweden, is now seeking similar deals as it looks to further expand the business. Maimon said: “The strong performance is mainly driven by two factors; successful partnerships and a stronger offering. Firstly, we have improved our ability to focus our resources on the partners and brands with the highest potential and strongest performance. “As for the offering, we continuously improve our solution, both in terms of quality and width of the solution, most recently through the upgrade to a more advanced platform system and the very promising launch of sportsbook as well as higher efficiency in our data-driven tools. “As a result, several B2B-brands are outperforming, along with higher activity for B2C.” Finance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: Europe US Southern Europe Greece New CEO says progress in Greece is boosting global opportunities Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img read more

Land Ahoy! But only just…

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Land Ahoy! But only just… Email Address Casino & games 27th March 2019 | By contenteditor Last week Germany made a decisive move towards a total overhaul of its gambling regulations. Wulf Hambach, Stefan Bolay and Stefanie Fuchs of leading German law firm Hambach & Hambach outline what may happen next – and what needs to happen to ensure a satisfactory conclusion for all stakeholders. Last week’s Minister-President Conference saw Germany make a decisive move towards a total overhaul of the country’s gambling regulations following years of legal disputes and failed progress.Wulf Hambach, Stefan Bolay and Stefanie Fuchs of leading German law firm Hambach & Hambach outline what may happen next – and what needs to happen to ensure a satisfactory conclusion for all stakeholders.At their conference on 21 March, the German Minister-Presidents agreed – as expected – on the third Interstate Treaty to amend the Interstate Treaty on Gambling (3. Glücksspieländerungsstaatsvertrag, 3. GlüÄndStV).They decided to extend the so-called experimental phase for private sports betting offers in the current version of the Interstate Treaty on Gambling (GlüStV) until 30 June 2021 (the date of expiry of the GlüStV), while dropping the 20-licence cap.The Treaty still needs to be notified to the European Commission, which will take place in April, so the standstill period of up to four months will expire in August 2019.After that the 3. GlüÄndStV also needs to be ratified by the parliaments of all federal states, which is expected to happen between August and December 2019.The 3. GlüÄndStV will then enter into force on 1 January 2020 and expire on 30 June 2021.Reasons for third treaty The prolongation of the experimental phase for private sports betting offers became necessary because the original seven-year period for this experimental phase is due to expire on 30 June 2019.The tender process for this original seven-year period initiated by the federal state of Hesse failed due to court orders which expressed doubts concerning the constitutionality and conformity with EU law of the 20-licence cap, as well as the legality of the selection procedure.The dropping of the licence cap means that a selection process is no longer necessary. All sports betting operators can be granted a licence if they meet the minimum requirements of the GlüStV, which remain unchanged in the 3. GlüÄndStV.Hesse will set up a new licence application procedure, which will be conducted by the Regional Council of Darmstadt. Licence applications may be filed after the summer break.We expect that Hesse will publish a catalogue of requirements comparable to the conditions set out by Schleswig-Holstein (SH) for the implementation of the transitional regulation and the Regional Council of Darmstadt regarding horse race betting licences.Among the main requirements are a connection to the OASIS self-exclusion system, a responsible gambling strategy and proof of anti-fraud and anti-money laundering processes. Demonstrated reliability and expertise in organising games of chance will most likely also be needed.The issuing of licences is planned for the beginning of January 2020, when the 3. GlüÄndStV enters into force. Therefore, licences will be valid for only about one-and-a-half years.Sports betting operators that have applied for or even received a transitional waiver from SH, as well as operators which have successfully fulfilled the minimum requirements in the previous tender process, may be able to use this for a licence from Hesse. But it remains unclear exactly how this will work.Moreover, it is unclear how the material restrictions set out by the GlüStV will be handled by the Regional Council of Darmstadt, especially with regard to the prohibition of online casino games on the same website, customer bonuses and promotions, and the prohibition of other live betting on the final result and of bets on events occurring during the match (such as next corner and next yellow card).Live betting and bets on events occurring during the match are the most popular bets in the market, and account for approximately 60% to 70% of sports betting turnover, according to German sports betting association DSWV.  In addition, the market for casino games is growing much faster than the market for sports betting. The market for online casino games has experienced growth of nearly 50% during the last couple of years and currently these make up 59% of the total unregulated market of offerings licensed in other EU member states, according to the annual report published in November last year by German gambling authorities.Questions over implementation The Regional Council of Darmstadt might demand the separation of online casino and sportsbook offerings and a ban on live bets other than those on the final result of the match as key licence conditions.Operators, however, could file claims against conditions which prohibit such offers. Such court proceedings will most likely not be finished until the expiry of the new sports betting licences on June 30, 2021 and the conditions should not be enforced during the court procedures.The general restriction to maximum stakes of €1,000 per month could be handled by the Regional Council of Darmstadt in a similar way as it is by the Ministry of the Interior Schleswig-Holstein.This would mean the monthly maximum stake limit would not need to implemented if the operators alternatively implement a comprehensive, IT-based player monitoring system to identify characteristics of problem gambling and a procedure for dealing with endangered players.As already outlined, the prohibition of online casino offers has not been altered by the 3 GlüÄndStV. However, the chiefs of the state chancelleries passed a resolution in their meeting on March 21 whereby other federal states will allow SH to deviate from sec. 4 par. 4 GlüStV and prolong the licences granted to online casino operators on the basis of its former Gambling Act SH (GA SH) until June 30, 2021 to maintain a regulated market.Until transitional regulations for online casino enter into force, SH will not take any enforcement action against licence holders.SH will issue at the end of May a law on transitional regulations for online casino games, with which it will extend the existing 23 online casino licences granted to online casino operators on the basis of the former GA SH until June 30, 2021.Furthermore, online casino operators holding a SH licence granted on the basis of the GA SH will also be granted a transitional waiver for the operation and the distribution of sports betting products, as long as the licence holder has applied for such a waiver. Thereby, SH does not demand the separation of online sports betting and online casino offerings.Obviously, newcomers without an existing online casino licence shall not have any opportunity to acquire a licence and to operate in the regulated SH market until 30 June 2021 on this basis.Calls for joint regulation increase The Minister-Presidents also agreed in their conference on 21 March to find a joint regulation for a completely new GlüStV from July 1, 2021 onwards as soon as possible, ideally at the next Minister-President Conference in Berlin on June 6, 2019.In recent times, the voices speaking out in favour of the implementation of a joint qualitative online casino regulation applying all over Germany are growing louder.These voices do not only belong to academics such as leading economist Justus Haucap, who explained the necessity of gambling reform in an article published in German journal Beiträge zum Glücksspielwesen (Contributions to Gambling) on March 22, but also members of the German federal parliament such as the gambling expert Patrick Sensburg.In an article published in the same journal on the same date, Sensburg warned that without a qualitative regulation of all verticals, the online gambling market will increasingly move to foreign countries, including those outside of the EU. The prevention of gambling addiction and youth and player protection will thereby be further decreased instead of increased.With a qualitative regulation this could be changed, Sensburg said. Law abiding operators may be separated from non-conforming operators, against which enforcement measures may then be taken with clear and undisputed regulations that are compliant with constitutional and EU law.Youth and player protection will therefore be increased, in part by ensuring licensed operators’ compliance with the qualitative regulations – which, however, need to be viable and allow companies to develop competitive offerings.Further, the state would create a reliable long-term legal basis for collecting taxes which may be used for public tasks such as addiction prevention or charitable purposes.The commissioner for narcotic drugs for the German federal government, Marlene Mortler, also demanded this form of qualitative regulation covering all verticals in a press release of 21 March.In addition, members of the parliaments of the federal states are supporting these calls. For example, Hans-Jörn Arp, member of the SH parliament, issued a press release on 21 March in line with Mortler’s, while Hessian member of parliament and minister of the interior Peter Beuth told newspaper Badische Neueste Nachrichten that the previous regulation had failed and that the situation needed to change.State support growing Besides SH and Hesse, states including Rhineland-Palatinate, North Rhine-Westphalia and Baden-Wuerttemberg are calling for more liberal casino regulations.Since the states of Bavaria, Saxony-Anhalt and Saxony are also sympathetic to these calls, it seems likely that the majority of the federal states are supportive of online casino regulation for the first time. At the moment only Hamburg, Berlin, Brandenburg and Bremen are blocking such a move.Therefore, a qualitative regulation of all verticals, including online casino and online poker games in much of Germany, is expected from mid-2021.In order to guarantee a joint regulatory framework applying in all federal states, an opt-in or opt-out model might be agreed upon as a compromise. This would allow every federal state to individually decide, within the framework of a joint Interstate Treaty, whether to allow online casino or not.Either those states willing to implement a qualitative regulation could opt into such implementation or those not willing to implement a qualitative regulation could opt out and implement a general ban of online gambling instead. The “willing states” could issue a white list containing all licensed offers.The Deutscher Verband für Telekommmunikation und Medien (DVTM) has put forward this solution in a white paper on German gambling regulation, which it developed in collaboration with its think-tank, of which the former German economics minister Wolfgang Clement and Sensburg are members.This, it suggested, may be a solution should no agreement on a qualitative regulatory framework be agreed by all states.However, a patchwork of regulations in Germany works in nobody’s interests – as the chief of the state chancellery of SH Dirk Schrödter made clear in an interview published in German newspaper Behörden Spiegel (Authorities Mirror) in January.Therefore all federal states should consider in their decisions that the goal of channeling as many players as possible to legal offerings is absolutely key for achieving the aims of the Interstate Treaty on Gambling.High channelisation may only be reached with a qualitative regulation of all verticals, as experiences in other member states of the EU demonstrate. Moreover, in those countries, the liberalisation of the gambling market has not resulted in a noticeable increase in problematic or pathological gambling.With the third treaty an important first step has been taken, although there is still quite a long way to go.Potential timelineMarch 2019: All Schleswig-Holstein licensees are informed that they will be allowed to operate until the transitional law is brought into force, and all existing licences are renewed.April 2019: The Third Amended State Treaty on Gambling is submitted to the European Commission for approvalMay 2019: The transitional law is passed and brought into law in Schleswig-HolsteinJune 2019: Minister-President Conference takes place in BerlinPost-summer 2019: Licensing process for sports betting, handled by Hesse, launchesBy December 31, 2019: All state parliaments formally ratify State TreatyJanuary 1, 2020: State Treaty comes into force and sports betting licences are issuedWulf Hambach is one of the founding partners of Hambach & Hambach, Stefan Bolay is salary partner at Hambach & Hambach law firm in Munich and Stefanie Fuchs is junior partner in the same office.  Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Sports betting Slots Regions: Europe Central and Eastern Europe Germany Tags: Mobile Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops Slot Machineslast_img read more

Galaxy Gaming hails online growth as revenue rises in 2018

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Tags: Online Gambling Independent table games provider Galaxy Gaming has reported a 25% year-on-year increase in revenue for 2018, citing the performance of its internet-based games operation as one the main drivers behind this rise. However increased costs saw the supplier’s full-year net loss rise to $1.2m. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Casino & gamescenter_img Topics: Casino & games Finance Table games Independent table games provider Galaxy Gaming has reported a 25% year-on-year increase in revenue for 2018, citing the performance of its internet-based games operation as one the main drivers behind this rise.Revenue for the 12 months through to December 31, 2018, amounted to $18.6m (£14.3m/€16.6m), up from $14.9m in the previous year.Galaxy put this growth down to higher revenue from its internet-based gaming activities, supported by uptake in its Bonus Jackpot System. The supplier also benefitted from the strong performance of its premium games such as Heads Up Hold ’em, High Card Flush, and Player’s Edge, which command a higher price point per unit.The provider also noted that the adoption of an accounting standards update in relation to contracts with customers resulted in additional revenue of $986,637 for the year.Galaxy noted a rise in costs and expenses in 2018, with the provider spending a total of $14.6m over the course of the year, up from $12.4m in 2017.Most of this was attributable to selling, general and administrative costs, where Galaxy saw spending increase from $9.1m to $10.9m. Research and development costs also hiked from $488,829 to $926,474, but spending on ancillary products and assembled components dipped from $226,077 to $142,776.Depreciation and amortisation increased from $1.77m to $1.84m, though share-based compensation declined from $813,480 to $776,354.However, the overall increase in expenses and costs did not stop Galaxy posting a net income of $1.2m for the year, compared to a loss of $11,423 in 2017.Income before provision for income taxes stood at $1.4m, up from $553,150 last year, with provision for income taxes down from $564,573 to $196,798. Galaxy also noted improved adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation, with this rising 30% from $5.08m to $6.59m.Reflecting on the results, president and CEO Todd Cravens said he was proud of the performance in 2018, paying tribute to Galaxy’s fourth-quarter showing in particular.For the final three months of the year, revenue increased by 18% from $4.6m to $4.89m, while net income improved from a loss of $66,000 to a positive of $483,000. Adjusted EBITDA also hiked 8% year-on-year to $1.58m in Q4.“Despite spending time analysing strategic alternatives in Q4, we delivered solid revenue growth during the quarter,” Cravens said, “I hope we’ll be able to do more of the same in 2019: delivering table game solutions that serve our casino clients well by attracting and exciting their guests.”Galaxy’s CFO Harry Hagerty added: “Our balance sheet matured significantly in 2018. Cash on hand increased 76%, adjusted EBITDA increased 30% and total debt (gross) increased 6%. “Our ratio of total debt to adjusted EBITDA improved to 1.5x at year-end,” he said. “In 2019, I hope we will see opportunities to put our balance sheet to work in the service of growing our business.” 2nd April 2019 | By contenteditor Galaxy Gaming hails online growth as revenue rises in 2018last_img read more

William Hill hit by online and retail struggles

first_imgCasino & games William Hill hit by online and retail struggles Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter William Hill has reported a 2% increase in revenue for the first 17 weeks of the year, despite suffering a like-for-like drop in revenue for its online arm and a decline in its retail business. The bookmaker has opted not to disclose financial figures for the period, but it has confirmed that group revenue for the 17 weeks to April 20, 2019, was up by 2% on last year. Online net revenue increased by 8% in the period, reflecting the contribution by MRG since William Hill completed its SEK2.82bn (£227.4m/€261.8m/$293.5m) acquisition of the online gaming operator earlier this year. However, on a pro forma basis, excluding the impact of MRG, online net revenue was down 6% in the period, with gaming flat and sportsbook slipping 12%. The bookmaker said that this was due to strong prior year comparatives and also the continued impact of enhanced customer due diligence measures, which have hit results since mid-2018. It was also a grim period for the retail business, with William Hill reporting a 7% decline in net revenue for the division, as well a 1% drop in the total number of shops across its network. Retail sportsbook revenue was up by 2%, helped by a 5% rise in wagers, but the new stake restrictions on fixed-odds betting terminals in the UK meant retail gaming revenue slipped 15% year-on-year. In relation to the new UK regulations, William Hill said that while it is likely to be several months before any meaningful conclusions can be drawn, at this early stage, trends are consistent with previous guidance. However, there was some reason to be cheerful, as William Hill reported major year-on-year gains in its US business, due to the bookmaker launching in a number states that have moved to regulate sports betting in the wake of last year’s Supreme Court PASPA ruling. William Hill, which is currently active across seven states, said US revenue hiked 48% during the 17-week period, with sportsbook amounts wagered up by 65% across the US market. The existing business in the US also performed well, with a 27% rise in wagers helping push net revenue up 6%. The bookmaker said it anticipates further growth in the US as more states move to regulate sports betting, citing the recent legalisation of such activities in both Iowa and Indiana. William Hill has access to both states through its partnership with Eldorado Resorts. CEO Philip Bowcock was on the whole pleased with the results, picking out year-on-year growth in the US as a major highlight for the period. “Just one year on since PASPA was overturned William Hill has doubled the sports wagering it handles in the US, seen record performances at the Super Bowl and March Madness, is live in all seven states to have allowed sports betting and expects to enter further states soon, with Indiana and Iowa the most recent states to pass bills to legalise sports betting,” he said. Although Bowcock acknowledged that the bookmaker’s enhanced customer due diligence measures impacted online revenue in the period, gross win margins returned to normal levels and with MRG now integrated with the business, he forecasts further growth online. “Online continues to show good momentum as we focus on growing our mass market customer base, while retail has begun to adapt to the new £2 machine gaming stake limit,” he said. “There were record actives for Cheltenham and the Grand National reflecting positive underlying customer trends, and we expect that the Mr Green performance will drive further progress in online performance later this year,” he said. Topics: Casino & games Finance Sports betting Slotscenter_img William Hill has reported a 2% increase in revenue for the first 17 weeks of the year, despite suffering a like-for-like drop in revenue for its online arm and a decline in its retail business. Tags: Mobile Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops Slot Machines 15th May 2019 | By contenteditor Email Addresslast_img read more

Intralot unveils new board for US subsidiary

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: US 14th June 2019 | By contenteditor Intralot unveils new board for US subsidiary Topics: Lottery People Sports betting Strategy Email Addresscenter_img Greek lotteries and gaming solutions provider Intralot has appointed a new board of directors for its US-facing Intralot Inc subsidiary. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Greek lotteries and gaming solutions provider Intralot has appointed a new board of directors for its US-facing Intralot Inc subsidiary.Thomas Miller, a former American diplomat and three-time US Ambassador, will serve as non-executive chairman and independent director for Intralot Inc.Miller spent time as US Ambassador to Greece and Bosnia-Herzegovina, as well as serving as a negotiator in Cyprus. He has also served as chief executive of Plan International, a UK-based non-governmental organisation working to help children in developing countries.Daniel Rappaport will take on the role of non-executive vice chairman and act as an independent director, having previously served as chairman of the board and CEO of the New York Mercantile Exchange.Nicholas Mitropoulos, a political and business consultant, has also been named as an independent director. He previously served as executive director of the Taubman Center for State and Local Government at the Harvard Kennedy School.“I am very pleased to welcome three very senior independent directors at the board of Intralot Inc. joining a very experienced team, in support of our efforts to strengthen corporate governance as a driver for growth and customer satisfaction,” Intralot group chairman and CEO Sokratis Kokkalis said.Byron Boothe, interim CEO of Intralot Inc, and Nikolaos Nikolakopoulos, Intralot Group’s deputy CEO, will also serve on the board as directors.The appointments come after Intralot this week extended its agreement to provide management and operation services to La Marocaine Des Jeux et des Sports, Morocco’s state-owned sports lottery body. Lotterylast_img read more

AGTech lands sports lottery contracts in Zhejiang and Henan

first_img Regions: China AGTech Holdings has secured two new contracts to provide sports lottery terminals in the Chinese provinces of Zhejiang and Henan. Lottery 9th December 2019 | By contenteditor Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Lottery Sports betting Tech & innovationcenter_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter AGTech lands sports lottery contracts in Zhejiang and Henan AGTech Holdings has secured two new contracts to provide sports lottery terminals in the Chinese provinces of Zhejiang and Henan.Under the deals, both of which were agreed through AGTech’s Beijing AGTech GOT Technology subsidiary, AGTech will supply the terminals to the sports lottery administration centres in each of the provinces.The agreements come after AGTech in September secured similar contacts in Jiangsu and Heilongjiang. AGTech has this year also signed deals in Guizhou, Anhui, Guangdong, Hainan, Guangxi and China’s capital Beijing.“So far, AGTech GOT has already won many tenders in various provinces, municipalities and autonomous region across China, further reaffirming our hardware division’s continued dedication to and leading position in China’s lottery industry,” AGTech chairman and chief executive John Sun said.“AGTech will continue to enhance product innovation, ensure safety and R&D compliance, and contribute to the overall healthy development of China’s lottery market.”Last month, AGTech revealed a 3.5% rise in third quarter revenue to HKD$70.3m (£6.8m/€8.1m/$9.0m), but fair value changes related to its 2014 purchase of lottery hardware supplier Score Value offset lower operating costs, leading to a drop in profit for the period. Email Addresslast_img read more

Future of DCMS in doubt following Tory election victory

first_img Gambling regulation in the UK could be set for changes with the likely overhaul of government departments in the coming months.The oversight of gambling currently falls within the remit of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). However, the future of the DCMS is in doubt following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s election victory last week.Rumours are circulating in the media that Cabinet could be trimmed down and departments merged when the UK almost certainly leaves the European Union in January next year.Nicky Morgan (pictured), who was Culture Secretary prior to the General Election, will continue in the same post for now despite no longer being an MP. She will become a Life Peer and sit in the House of Lords to retain the post, although it is thought that will be a short-term measure until a likely major Cabinet reshuffle following Brexit in early 2020.It is though Helen Whately, who was re-elected in Faversham and Mid Kent, will continue as the minister whose portfolio includes gambling having been appointed to the role of Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Arts, Heritage and Tourism as recently as September.In its election manifesto, the Conservative government vowed to undertake a full review of the 2005 Gambling Act. It described the legislation as “an analogue law in a digital age” and promised a particular focus on loot box regulation and new controls on credit card use.Since taking office in 2010, the Conservative government has appointed eight different Culture Secretaries, with Maria Miller serving as the department’s longest leader between 2012-14. Email Address Future of DCMS in doubt following Tory election victory Topics: Legal & compliance Gambling regulation in the UK could be set for changes with the likely overhaul of government departments in the coming months. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 17th December 2019 | By contenteditor Legal & compliancelast_img read more

Loki Wild Tiles by 2BY2 Gaming

first_img Loki’s magic will shape-shift your players’ fortunes to a greater level of luck! This 5×5 video slot features an array of magic features that builds winnings for players through high volatility. 14th January 2020 | By Aaron Noy Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Loki’s magic will shape-shift your players’ fortunes to a greater level of luck! This 5×5 video slot features an array of magic features that builds winnings for players through high volatility. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Casino & games Slots Casino & games Email Address Loki Wild Tiles by 2BY2 Gaminglast_img read more

Betsson scores regional sponsorship deal with Copa América 2021

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Betsson will also be the exclusive sponsor of the ‘Match Line Up’ for all 28 matches and the exclusive sponsor of the ‘Player of the Week’ polls on Copa America’s official social media channels.  Email Address Betsson scores regional sponsorship deal with Copa América 2021 2nd June 2021 | By Robert Fletcher Marketing & affiliates “This is a fantastic opportunity to raise Betsson’s brand awareness to a new level in the markets we’re operating in,” Betsson’s operations chief executive Jesper Svensson said. “We know that Copa America is a huge event and is very popular in Latin American countries, and beyond.” In addition, Betsson will be able to use certain Copa America branding assets for Colbet – its Colombian-facing gambling brand – when the Colombia national team is playing during the tournament. Also in April, Betsson announced that it would launch in Mexico through a partnership with local land-based operator Big Bola Casinos. The operator is also active in Brazil, Colombia and Argentina, and has a presence in Peru. Online gambling operator Betsson has agreed a deal to become a regional sponsor of the Conmebol Copa América 2021 Latin American national team football tournament. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: LATAM Topics: Marketing & affiliates Sports betting Marketing Tags: Betsson Copa América Under the agreement, Betsson will acquire certain branding rights, as well as benefit from perimeter board signage and video boards in stadiums, on press backdrops and on banners on the competition’s official website and mobile app.  The deal marks Betsson’s latest step to enhance its presence in Latin America. In April, the operator purchased a 50% stake in JDP Tech, a software development business that owns a proprietary technology platform for handling payments in Latin America.  Conmebol commercial director Juan Emilio Roa added: “We see this partnership as a milestone in Conmebol Copa America history. It connects football lovers through the sports passion and cheerful experiences with their national teams’ performance in the world’s most traditional national teams competition.”last_img read more

FIFA to share data protection expertise with ‘all football stakeholders’

first_img Cricket Cricket By Kunal Dhyani – September 5, 2019 ICC WTC Final: Ravichandran Ashwin reveals when he plans to retire from cricket Cricket FIFA to share data protection expertise with ‘all football stakeholders’ Cricket RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR FootballLatest Sports NewsSports BusinessNewsSport FinanceChatterViewers Had To Look Away When This Happened On Live TVFinanceChatter|SponsoredSponsoredUndoMaternity WeekA Letter From The Devil Written By A Possessed Nun In 1676 Has Been TranslatedMaternity Week|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDaily FunnyFemale Athlete Fails You Can’t Look Away FromDaily Funny|SponsoredSponsoredUndoYourBump15 Actors That Hollywood Banned For LifeYourBump|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPost FunThese Twins Were Named “Most Beautiful In The World,” Wait Until You See Them TodayPost Fun|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDefinitionTime Was Not Kind To These 28 CelebritiesDefinition|SponsoredSponsoredUndo SHARE Cricket FIFA will conduct a Data Protection Summit at its Zurich headquarters on October 2.FIFA at the first of its kind summit aims to share with all football stakeholders its experience in implementing data protection measures. WTC Final Day 3 LIVE Score: Rishabh Pant off the mark with a boundary after 20 balls; IND 155/4; follow Live Updates Euro 2020, Italy vs Wales: 3 key battles to watch out for in ITA vs WAL Cricket PSL 2021 Playoffs: Schedule, Timing, LIVE streaming, list of champions; all you need to know Football ICC WTC Final: 10 years of Virat Kohli’s Test career, 10 best moments of India’s greatest Test skipper Previous articleAbu Dhabi T10 LIVE: JioTV ties up with SonyLIVNext articleCPL 2019 LIVE updates: Pollard packs a punch for Knight Riders Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. Euro 2020: Thomas Muller says Germany can’t become arrogant after defeating Portugal by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeCapital One ShoppingThis hack can uncover JOANN discounts you don’t know aboutCapital One ShoppingUndoGrammarlyAdvertisement Avoid Grammatical Errors with This Helpful Browser ExtensionGrammarlyUndoE! OnlineCNN’s Christiane Amanpour Undergoes Surgery After Cancer DiagnosisE! OnlineUndoThe Data Protection Summit is being organised as a platform for all member associations, confederations, clubs and players’ unions to present their solutions to comply with data protection regulations and share their experiences, FIFA has stated in a Press note.At the FIFA Data Protection Summit 2019, attendees will present their projects, learn from each other, and set a basis for future collaboration and alignment in data protection. The FIFA Data Protect Summit 2019 and will gather speakers from the International Olympic Committee, confederations, member associations, clubs and other football stakeholders.Attendance at the FIFA Data Protection Summit is free of charge and open to all representatives of member associations, confederations, leagues, clubs and players’ unions. The number of attendees is limited to the total capacity of the Home of FIFA auditorium.Data protection is a topic that has received growing attention in recent times. The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which has now been in force for more than a year, has become a well-known and globally accepted standard in data protection.FIFA has committed itself to the protection of football stakeholders’ interests, which includes the protection of their personal data. Consequently, FIFA has carried out several internal assessments of its processing of personal data, updated existing processes to enforce data protection, and adjusted security measures. Furthermore, FIFA has implemented communication channels to guarantee data subjects’ rights, reached out to providers, and adapted contractual relationships related to data protection. FIFA has also kicked off several projects to implement data protection into the design of new data processing systems.Living Football is a commitment to the people. It is why data protection matters. Facebook Twitter WTC Final LIVE: Shubman Gill declares, ‘Total above 300 will be really competitive score for us’ Virat Kohli completes 10 years in Test Cricket: 10 things you should know about India skipper- check out Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter WTC Final Live: Virat Kohli continues century drought as Kyle Jamieson wins IPL team rivalry Football Football Cricket Euro 2020, Italy vs Wales LIVE: Gareth Bale issues warning for Italy ahead of crucial fixture – Follow Live Updateslast_img read more