Publications

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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 April 2015

    This edition of iGaming North America comes to you right after the iGaming Investor Conference.

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    1 April 2015

    In this issue Jason Lane, Chief Executive of the Jersey Gambling Commission, has provided a feature article outlining the key elements of Jersey’s new regulatory regime.

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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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    26 February 2015

    iGaming in North America is never going to be boring. This issue we look at likely scenarios for Canadian iGaming, talk to Jim Ryan about New Jersey and have Assemblyman Gatto sharing his thoughts on the future of iGaming in California.

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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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    7 January 2015

    While 2014 was the year of consolidation, we now say hello to 2015, and that means it is time to make predictions for the year ahead. Our iGaming North America conference team has been discussing this matter for the past several months, so these p

  • magazine_issue
    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.

  • magazine_issue
    29 September 2014

    Just when iGaming legislation appears to have stalled for 2014, with many experts believing that significant momentum may not be regained until 2018, Gov.

  • magazine_issue
    15 September 2014

    As ever, the legal and regulatory environment for gambling across Europe and elsewhere is developing apace and there is much to discuss. A modern regime for the regulation of remote gambling is a step closer in the Netherlands as legislation is now under consideration by the House of Representatives.

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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.

  • magazine_issue
    1 August 2014

    The biggest news of the day is of course the Amaya-Poker Stars deal; and we have covered it from every angle this issue. NJ Senator Lesniak is pushing to get NJ gamblers betting on sports despite recent legal setbacks. While many see his plight as

  • magazine_issue
    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.

  • magazine_issue
    1 June 2014

    The question this issue is “who’s next”? Will it be California, Pennsylvania or another state that will be next to get iGaming online? In an exclusive interview, we have asked Representative Rosita C.

  • magazine_issue
    29 May 2014

    iGaming Business is pleased to announce the launch of the 2014/15 and 8th edition of the annual suppliers directory for iGaming professionals: MarketPlace.

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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 April 2014

    As summer approaches we should expect to see the cyclical lull in iGaming revenues, especially as sports betting on the soccer World Cup in Brazil will not benefit US-regulated online operators.

  • magazine_issue
    1 April 2014

    In this issue the focus is principally on European markets, and as ever there is much to report. We have country specific contributions from leading advisors in the Netherlands, Spain and Denmark. But the global nature of the gambling industry is reflected in articles on Brazil and India.

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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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