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    27 April 2015

    The Mobile World Congress that takes place every year in Barcelona is usually a harbinger of tech innovations within the igaming space. This year's edition however was all about the big players preserving their bottom line rather than coming up with groundbreaking products and directions, reports Aideen Shortt.

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    24 April 2015

    The rise of daily fantasy sports (DFS) betting seems inexorable at the moment but to a large extent the book has yet to be written, in Europe and the US, about a vertical that is only just starting out. Jake Pollard reports

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    20 April 2015

    Whether it's Amaya buying up the PokerStars and Full Tilt brand from Rational Group, further provinces launching igaming sites or looking at a European-style regulatory framework, 2014 has been momentous for Canada's igaming sector and 2015 promises to be just as busy, says Ron Segev, partner at the Vancouver-based law firm Segev Holmenick.

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    The Greek Ministry of Finance announced proposals at the end of March to issue licences fior igaming in a bid to boost its tax revenues. Greek gaming expert John Kyriakides of KG Law Firm details the proposals.

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    iGB speaks with Andrew Daniels, founder and managing director of mobile specialist agency Degree 53 about where the mobile gaming sector is at, why he is focused on developing bespoke software and why it was time Google made the 'mobile-friendly' change to its algorithm.

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    Germany remains one of the biggest igaming markets in the world, whether operators are licensed or not to take bets from players there. As the regulatory situation remains unclear and further court challenges loom on the horizon, the uncertainty is set to continue there, writes Paul Voigt of Taylor Wessing.