23 January 2017

Africa is fast becoming a significant market in igaming and has seen extraordinary growth over the last few years. It seems the African market will go from strength to strength in 2017.

The Africa Focus 2017 looks in depth at changes in the market and discusses how igaming in Africa could evolve throughout 2017.

This supplement has been created in association with Alderney e-Gambling with additional insight from BetConstruct, BtoBet, Golden Race, Kiron Interactive and NSoft

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    15 November 2017

    Twelve months ago we highlighted how the industry’s responsible gambling initiatives were being undermined by its fragmented approach. Since then we have seen a raft of sanctions handed out to operators for a range of breaches, most recently to Gala Interactive for failing to protect vulnerable players, all played out against a backdrop of unsympathetic, often misleading, coverage in the mainstream press.

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    4 October 2017

    Fraud prevention and ID verification is at the heart of everything we do in this industry. It may not be the most glamorous of topics, but it can be the difference between success and failure.

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    25 September 2017

    Nowadays, more and more customer acquisition is happening on mobile. Therefore, you need to ensure that you are at the forefront of industry development. In this supplement, we take a look at the biggest trends in mobile gaming from this year.

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    25 September 2017

    Lottery has gone through a turbulent time recently and has seen a lot of change over the last 12 months. However, there is a renewed optimism in the sector with the belief that with some innovation and change in marketing focus we can see a resurgence.

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    7 September 2017

    Welcome to the EiG issue of iGaming Business, in which we dovetail ‘Generation Hybrid’, the theme for this year’s EiG taking place in Berlin from 30 October – 1 November.

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