Simon French of Cenkos Securities argued six years ago that listed operators should continue “making hay while the sun shines on unregulated markets”, nothing material has happened since to persuade him otherwise.
M&A in the affiliate space shows no sign of slowing down so iGaming Business asked RB Capital to provide a case study to explain how the process worked and how business owners can optimise their companies for a sale.
From Japan to Singapore, from Cambodia to Laos and Nepal, the talk is all about expansion of gaming opportunities, and the read across for the online sector is highly interesting for operators and stakeholders in the region, explains Kevin Li.
Chris Elliott and Beth French of Wiggin LLP provide a regulatory snapshot of igaming markets across the EU. This includes regulated products and legalised operator types within each country and any impending market updates.
As part of its Nordic focus iGB caught up with Henrik Tjarnstrom and Ulrik Bengtsson, Kindred and Betsson CEOs respectively, to hear their views on the Swedish market, nurturing innovation and the unfolding consolidation play in the igaming sector.
The UK regulator's recent prosecution of an unlicensed skins gambling site and its warning this week over children gambling on video games indicates a crackdown is on the cards. Taylor Wessing’s Neil Hawley investigates.
Having battled tirelessly to bring igaming to New Jersey and lay the foundations for the largest and most advanced state market in the US, New Jersey Senator Raymond Lesniak recently threw his hat in the ring to succeed Chris Christie as state gov