News analysis

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    1 March 2014

    By R Paul Davis, LL.D, Barrister and Solicitor, and Managing Director of Counting House (IOM) Ltd.

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    1 March 2014

    Jack Mizzi, CMO at BMIT, looks at the latest trends and technologies in hosting that could have a direct impact the iGaming sector.

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    1 March 2014

    The most important things US land-based operators need to know about hosting for their new online business. By Nick Nally, Chief Development Officer at Continent 8 Technologies.

  • article
    1 March 2014

    Open source technologies are the future for online gaming, writes Andy Britcliffe, CTO at Sporting Solutions.

  • article
    1 March 2014

    Rene Magri speaks to Dr Angelo Dalli, CEO of Bit8, about the application of artificial intelligence in the gaming industry.

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    Ladbrokes' full year figures for 2013 were never going to make for easy reading but the company must deliver in 2014, reports Graham Wood. 

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    13 February 2014

    Grant Humphrey, assistant director of transaction support at Ernst & Young, asks whether there is a correlation between UK betting and gaming revenue and the performance of the UK economy and how listed companies' shares are affected by the ups and downs of economic cycles. 

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    25 November 2013

    The UK is set to introduce the point of consumption tax at the end of 2014, Nick Nocton, Director at Jeffrey Green Russell, explains what the context will be and says UK-focused operators must prepare for what will be a momentous event in igaming regulation in the market. 

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    Following the release of the company’s Q2 earnings report, iGaming Business spoke to IGT’s Chief Financial Officer, John Vandemore, about how the latest results reflect on corporate strategy, and the performance of the company’s interactive and social businesses.

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    The online gaming sector has seen an increased amount of M&A activity in the last 12 months. There is no doubt that significant industry consolidation is taking place, and there is nothing to suggest that the pace of acquisitions will slow down. In fact, it could well speed up.

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