iGaming Business Magazine

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    26 November 2015

    With expert contributions from all of the supporting companies, the Payments Outlook 2016 supplement brings you a comprehensive insight into the iGaming payments sector.

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    1 November 2015

    In this issue of iGaming Business, we look at innovation in iGaming, exploring why we need it and why it’s so hard to accomplish. This issue also includes the "Virtual Sports Focus 2016" and the "Payments Outlook 2016." 

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    1 September 2015

    This latest issue of iGaming Business magazine is now available for you to view online. The issue brings to light the sectors that are now under the umbrella of iGaming - social, fantasy sports, eSports, virtual sports… and the list keeps growing. And as the iGaming industry grows, new minds bring fresh innovation into the space.

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    29 July 2015

    "In-Play focus 2015," produced by iGaming Business in association with Playtech brings you a comprehensive insight into in-play betting. Our report explores the reasons behind the growth of in-play, the importance of quality and reliable data, why this data is needed in seconds, and what the future holds for live betting.

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    22 July 2015

    With viewing audiences that surpass NHL Hockey, offering betting on eSports is already increasing the bottom line of some of the industry's largest betting operators. In this issue we look at eSports, its future, and some strategies that look to define the future of this market.

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    20 May 2015

    Welcome to the Dutch issue. Why is this the Dutch issue? Because we have exclusive updates and insider insights into the development of the to-be regulated Dutch iGaming market. But secondly, and as importantly, this issue celebrates and coincides with the largest gathering of iGaming professionals in the world - the iGaming Super Show - which happens to be in Amsterdam.

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    1 March 2015

    As European states continue to address their domestic iGaming markets do we get progressively closer to a coherent European policy? Can true harmonisation for interactive gambling every really be implemented across the EU?

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    19 January 2015

    The online gambling industry has become a transparent, regulated and multi-billion-dollar industry.

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    1 January 2015

    It’s also a great time of year for the magazine, where year-on-year we seem to be breaking records for the “biggest issue of iGaming Business ever”.

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    20 November 2014

    We are calling this issue “The British Issue”, to reflect the changes in UK iGaming policy during this magazine’s November-December cover dates.The most tangible of these changes can be felt in the new licensing requirements and in the PoC Tax.

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    1 September 2014

    This issue we print in the wake of GTECH buying IGT, Scientific Games buying Bally, and Amaya buying Poker Stars. In a world where debt is cheap and gaming compliance is costly, the recent M&A activity is hardly a surprise.

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    1 July 2014

    Amaya and PokerStars, the biggest deal we have seen to date in the iGaming space. But this deal isn’t just interesting because of its scale, this is the most talked about and most speculated upon deal since the listing of PartyPoker.

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    28 May 2014

    Let's introduce this issue by offering a big welcome to iGaming Business’ new editor, Stephen Carter. Coming in for a World Cup issue is no easy task, but Stephen has managed it with aplomb.

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    1 March 2014

    Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey are pioneering the way forward with their individual intra-state programmes, and their conjoined multi-state liquidity compacts, and it would seem only a matter of time before America’s nationwide spectrum of iGaming regulation becomes more colourful.

     

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    1 January 2014

    Our main cover story this issue examines the biggest story coming out of New Jersey since the opening of the market. 

     

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    1 November 2013

    As 2014 comes to a close, the iGaming community looks back on a year of change. The EU, and especially the UK, has in many ways regressed, forming iGaming policy based on tax generation rather than on principles of a unified European market. 

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    1 September 2013

    Deal time! It seems like the age of consolidation may be upon us as we look at the billion dollar super-deals that have turned Scientific Games and Bally Technologies into mega-suppliers. 

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    1 July 2013

    This ‘Technology Issue’ prints as New Jersey announces its iGaming software vendor partners – the companies that will be providing the technological infrastructure for iGaming in the Garden State. And while you will read this magazine from your offices in Europe and Asia, you may be thinking that there will be limited impact from US iGaming on your business. 

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    1 May 2013

    It’s clear that social gaming is the buzz phrase for 2013, and this issue, we explore the different approaches governments are taking toward gambling-themed social games. More than just a passing fad, gambling-themed social games are some of the most popular and most profitable games online and on mobile. 

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    1 March 2013

    While Nevada has reformed its gaming legislation so that its poker rooms no longer need to wait for federal regulation or DoJ approval to go online, New Jersey and Delaware have successfully passed legislation bringing their full suites of casino products online. But what impact will this have on operators in European markets? The expertise of existing iGaming operators will now be greatly sought after in the three aforementioned states. 

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