Our cover interview with Rush Street Interactive chief Richard Schwartz focuses on playsugarhouse.com’s explosive entry into NJ real-money igaming, elsewhere we focus, on what businesses can be doing now to drive revenues and build audiences while
With Sweden’s Ministry of Finance due to publish a report that is likely to recommend regulation of the country’s igaming sector at the end of March, iGaming Business takes a detailed look at the Nordics in this issue.
News that Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is proposing to raise an additional US$150m from gaming expansion in the 2017/18 budget means the state is now chasing a quarter of a billion dollars of revenues from new gaming sources within 18 months.
Issue highlights include: After the “casino civil war”, From living room to Olympic podium?, It’s complicated: DFS in Indian country, Sports betting any way you want it in NJ? and The dust has settled: the current affiliate landscape in NJ
The Autumn issue of European Gaming Lawyer looks at a number of new regulation, legislation and compliance issues across the igaming industry and includes some exciting content from some of our leading iMGL contributors.
Issue Highlights: Skin betting lawsuits, eSports bootcamp, NY’s Interactive Fantasy Sports Act: opportunity and threat, what social slots are doing right that video slots are not, and California and the iPoker dream
Being on the back side of the Euros and entering the doldrums of summer, this issue has had the latitude to expand into some of the more tangential issues that face professionals in the igaming industry.
eSports isn’t the next big thing, it’s the now big thing. As as you will see in this issue of iGaming Business North America, eSports isn’t only the domain of European sportsbooks, eSports is coming to a casino near you.
Many of you will be picking up this issue in Amsterdam at the iGaming Super Show, and you may be wondering why we chose to focus our cover on the Brexit referendum rather than on upcoming Dutch legislation.