What will happen to UK operators if Britain votes to leaves the EU on 23 June? Probably nothing, writes Christina Thakor-Rankin, unless you happen to be in possession of a licence issued in one particular jurisdiction.
NYX and Hills are adamant Openbet's new structure will enable it to best serve its clients, while Hills is adamant its stake was not to prevent Playtech taking control of Openbet. Jake Pollard looks at the issues surrounding the deal.
William Hill’s involvement in NYX Gaming’s acquisition of OpenBet will not stop the rumblings of discontent from analysts. Scott Longley looks at the questions being asked of chief executive James Henderson.
NetEnt already held around a third of the EU online casino market and experienced another record year in 2015 with profits up 50% and revenues up an impressive 30%. iGB discussed new initiatives and the innovation culture that keeps on driving Net Ent with chief executive Per Eriksson.
With the industry in the midst of its biggest ever consolidation play, Andrew Bulloss of Odgers Berndtson considers the key issues arising for organisations during the process, and how these can be avoided or at least mitigated with careful planning.
More US casinos are turning to digital not only to grow market share profitably and sustainably but also to fend off the challenge posed by social casinos. Alana Levine of Income Access Group talks to those heading up some of the most successful efforts in the space to find out more.
Operators have worked closely with affiliates to help boost their registrations and maintain a flow of new players to their platforms, but the further strengthening of these relationships through affiliate integration could drive even more value for operators, writes Jesper Søgaard of Better Collective.
UK bookmakers may have played their hand extraordinarily badly leading up to February’s offshore betting levy announcement, but the government is in danger of reinforcing a dangerously one-sided relationship by giving racing the right to spend Levy income as it pleases, writes Paul Leyland of Regulus Partners.
William Hill's sponsorship of the 2016 Australian Open, the first time the event had an official betting partner, was a milestone. However, reaction on social media was not positive, explains Joakim Nilsson of the iGaming Business Social Monitor.
Peter Gough is the non-technical founder of Fenway Games. He faced a steep learning curve developing and bringing the firm's first in-play game to market. He shares some insights and lessons from the process.