In the fouth and final part of the 2019 Salary Survey, we continue our drill down into salary trends broken down by department and role, covering design & tech, finance & operations, marketing, product & project and sales & account management
In Part 2 of the iGaming Business Salary Survey, Pentasia’s regional specialists provide an overview of the trends and drivers of salaries in their respective territories, including the UK, Malta, Gibraltar and North America
Influence isn’t just about being well-known, says All-In Diversity Project’s Christina Thakor-Rankin. It's also about taking a long-term view of the industry and encouraging other women in their careers
As 2019 begins, we talk to the sector’s leading founders, experts and opinion formers about the opportunities and challenges set to define igaming this year. In part two we hear from analysts and experts on technology and innovation and people
As 2019 begins, we talk to the sector’s leading founders, experts and opinion formers about the opportunities and challenges set to define igaming this year. In part one we hear from operators and suppliers, regulatory experts and marketers
In the second part of iGaming Business' deep dive into the revised Wire Act opinion, ICE Sports Betting USA speakers stress the need for clarity from the Department of Justice as they look to work out the best way to interpret the ruling.
The third instalment of iXP Consulting's audit into poker operators' customer service and support teams looks at how operators address presentation and personalisation issues as part of their interactions with their players.
Having published iXP Consulting's audit into the quality of online casinos' customer service and support activities, iGaming Business is pleased to publish iXP's research into poker operators' customer-facing teams. In part 1, iXP introduces its finding and provides an overview of the online poker sector and where addressing clients fits in with the wider picture of a vertical that has evolved considerably over the last few years.
While the leading European-based online gaming companies make strategic partnerships and jostle for position to enter a future regulated US market, there has been a quiet movement East in 2011. Prompted by the slow pace of change in the US and lower returns from tightly regulated European country markets, a number of companies have set up operations in Asia in the past year.