29 November 2019

End-of-year issues traditionally reflect the broader seasonal wind down, but iGB is rounding off 2019 with its strongest content line-up of the year. What started out as our people edition centred around the Salary Survey and Most Influential Women now also includes a series of articles driven by November’s Responsible Gambling Week.

The need for the sector to make gambling safer and being seen to do so by politicians and the public has become more urgent over the past year, as the industry battles rock-bottom perceptions and the imposition of ill-advised reforms that could have the opposite effect to that intended.

The headline of our annual benchmarking of sector pay in partnership with Pentasia is an 8.5% average rise, but this overlays a more complex regional and departmental picture which Pentasia’s experts unpack. We are also proud to present our second Most Influential Women rundown following a significant uplift in survey responses on last year.

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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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