9 August 2017

With no major international football tournament taking place this summer, the sports betting industry has a chance to accelerate new ideas and encourage innovation. We take a look at what they've been doing.

In this supplement, we discuss the performance of virtual sports in emerging markets and how you can take advantage. We also talk about crowdbetting and whether it will be the next big innovation and we analyse the emergence of semi-managed sportsbook solutions.

HIghlights include:

  • The retention revolution
  • Personalising a mobile offer
  • Sports Betting's new challenges
  • The virtual way to new frontiers
  • What's the next big innovation

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