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    Gaming services provider EveryMatrix has appointed William Hill executive Oren Cohen Shwartz as its new vice-president for product development.

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    The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has approved a proposal put forward by the Professional Jockeys Association (PJA) to enable betting organisations to sponsor individual jockeys.

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    Online gaming and sports betting provider mybet Holding has cited the impact of its expanding sports wagering and online horse racing businesses as the main reasons behind a year-on-year jump in revenue during 2014.

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    Gaming company Amaya Gaming has cited the impact of growth across its core B2C poker business as the driving force behind its record financial results in 2014.

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    David Baazov, chairman and chief executive officer of Amaya Gaming, has said that he hopes to launch a US-based PokerStars website in the country by autumn of this year.

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    French-licensed operator France Pari has generated its first profits thanks to strong growth over the past few years.

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    27 March 2015

    With 888 publishing another excellent set of results earlier this week and William Hill announcing its own 'online schematic' shortly before, the in-house vs. outsourcing tech debate continues to hold sway in the igaming sector.      

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    16 March 2015

    Esports attract huge audiences and for the igaming sector offer operators and betting platforms the possibility of promoting peer-to-peer bets. However, beyond the opportunities for online betting entrepreneurs to harness the potential offered by these huge player numbers, it is worth wondering whether e-sports can enter the commercial mainstream. 

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    11 March 2015

    Sweden remains a key market for Nordic operators such as Unibet, Betsson and Mr Green and in many ways offers an optimal environment: minimal regulation and taxation and a population keen on gambling. However, those companies appear reluctant to divulge much detail about their activities there, but with regulation at least 18 months off, will some investors be tempted to take a punt early on one of those operators?

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