News analysis

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    7 May 2013

    In Great Britain, the Gambling Commission has been stimulating the debate in considering the potential risks posed by social gambling and as chief executive Jenny Williams explains to iGaming Business, challenging the industry to demonstrate their social responsibility so that further regulation is not needed.

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    7 May 2013

    What do the National Gambling Office and TV bingo have in common, besides a new piece of national legislation? Bringing more money to Romania’s state budget, write Ana-Maria Baciu and Iulia Ghita of the law firm Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen.

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    23 April 2013

    Wulf Hambach and Maximilian Riege of law firm Hambach & Hambach explore the dawn of a new age for online gambling in Germany as Brussels looks at the country’s regulatory landscape

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    2 November 2012

    How technology is advancing player verification and business strategy in igaming, by Lindsay Kininmonth, North American Operations Manager at GeoComply

  • article
    17 October 2012

    Sports sponsorships by betting companies are dominated by football deals, with new ones seeing established betting companies targeting newly-regulated markets such as Italy and Spain and through the support of local clubs. 

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    16 October 2012

    Corruption in sports betting is, with doping, the major issue to affect the sporting world. A match-fixing scandal has a huge impact on the credibility of any sport and by its very nature, illegal or corrupt betting is virtually impossible to quantify. So what are sporting bodies and online bookmakers doing to stop corrupt betting?

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    15 October 2012

    Football clubs in newly-regulated markets such as Spain and countries such as Germany which tolerate sponsorships by online bookmakers have been numerous in signing up betting partners and sponsors. 

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    15 October 2012

    Some sports properties that will not associate themselves with sportsbooks for moral reasons, but relationships between betting companies and sports rights owners are becoming increasingly important.

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    8 October 2012

    This mobile betting overview is an extract from the 2012  Digital sports betting report published by iGaming Business

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    4 October 2012

    Mobile betting or gaming is now ubiquitous and all encompassing as data and information is available at the tip of our fingers. This excerpt from the iGaming Business Digital sports betting report looks at 'Betting and connected portable devices', notably how smartphones are getting even smarter and download for mobile apps.

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    3 October 2012

    This following article is the introduction to the iGaming Business report: ‘Digital sports betting: a market assessment and outlook’, which examines the main issues surrounding the growing digital sportsbook industry including betting market overviews; areas of opportunity; factors affecting growth in the industry; marketing strategies of online and mobile sportsbooks, regulatory issues and the growing role of smartphones, social media and in-play betting. 

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    11 April 2012

    Technology, regulation and other legal issues all play key roles in the growth of online sports betting. In this chapter, the Digital sports betting report looks at how operators have addressed these challenges. 

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    11 October 2011

    Global Gaming Outlook, PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC) latest study, assesses the current and future trends and revenue growth in the land-based casino and online gambling markets over the short-term period to 2015. Here, PwC kindly provides iGaming Business with an excerpt addressing the eastern and digital migration of a new global gaming landscape that will become dominated by Asia. 

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