Sports streaming is vital content and the interaction between rights holders, broadcasters, content and rights specialists and user consumption is constantly evolving and will take on new forms, which could have positive outcomes for igaming if channelled properly.
CS:GO developer Valve has issued cease-and-desist letters to sites which have blurred the line between virtual and real money by offering skins betting, but this market is not about to go down without a fight, says Christina Thakor-Rankin.
The influx of Asia-facing gambling brands as Premier League shirt sponsors and clubs’ official betting partners shows little sign of slowing down. But what exactly is the appeal and how do operators benefit from these deals? Julian Rogers reports
Sports betting gets a very bad press in Australia and opponents link it with problem gambling. But amounts lost by betting punters pale in comparison to those lost on the gaming machines (pokies) found in many Australian pubs, why the different coverage? Joanne Christie reports.
FanDuel has launched a UK-centric DFS offering to coincide with the start of the 2016-17 football season. Julian Rogers looks at whether it can replicate the success it has had had stateside in what is a much more mature and competitive market.
The only existing form of digital betting in the US granted exemption from UIGEA in 2006, horse race wagering is an often-overlooked multi-billion industry that operates across 43 states. North America section editor Alana Levine, of Income Access Group, looks at its development and positioning in today’s iGaming market for iGaming Business.
Fresh from Black Hat USA and Defcon 24, iGB’s Technical Editor Justin Bellinger brings you the latest updates from the world of cyber security, which include some interesting insights and worrying trends revealed to the attendees at the Las Vegas events. First however he takes a look at the latest exploits, hacks and patches currently doing the rounds.