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    22 October 2014

    Popular slots review site Gamingslots.com was relaunched today, offering a brand new design and lots of extra features. To celebrate the relaunch, Gamingslots is giving away $2000 in casino cash, vouchers and casino prizes in the "Know Your Slots" competition.

Intelligence Centre

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    22 October 2014

    iGaming Business is pleased to publish the second white paper on game monetization entitled: 'Game monetization: choosing a strategy that works'.

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    22 October 2014

    The binary options space is becoming increasingly saturated, which is why brokers need to refocus their acquisition efforts across multiple digital marketing channels, writes Geoff Smorong of Income Access.

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    17 October 2014

    Online gambling’s evolution over the past decade and a half from raw concept to multi-billion-dollar industry has been marked with many wild turns and unusual developments. But as the industry grows and increasingly gets regulated by major markets around the world, regulators' and investors' attentions will be drawn to the often unclear ownership structures. This means transparency in ownership is one of the latest elements of the industry to receive attention, and it’s a necessary step, writes Patrick Reilly.

News Analysis

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    The regulation of live bets should see increased competition among licensed operators and a better offering for Italian punters. The next few months should be promising, explains Giulio Coraggio, head of the gambling practice at DLA Piper Italy.

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    The Royal Courts of Justice's rejection of the GBGA's legal challenge to PoC means the UK's new igaming regime will definitely come into force on 1 November. For Gibraltar, its confrontational approach did not win it any friends and undermined its igaming status. Scott Longley reports 

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    The 2014 Global Gaming Expo that took place in Las Vegas last week was to a large extent overshadowed by Steve Wynn’s and Sheldon Adelson’s negative comments and downright antipathy towards igaming in the US. While it is true that regulated online gaming in the US has been disappointing and revenues are way below expectations, a look beyond the headlines and through the conference sessions shows that igaming is alive and well in the US.