An open letter from iGB
At a time of significant upheaval for the igaming industry, iGB wants to assure readers - both existing and new - that we will look to act as a partner to the sector. With this in mind, all our premium content will be free at least until the end of April.
The world is evolving, and so is the way that we work within it.
With most people in our industry now working from the comfort of their own homes, the way that we consume content needs to change. Plus, with all the doom and gloom being thrown around right now, we want to inject a bit of positivity into the world.
So, to help you, and every other person in our industry who is working from home right now, we’re making all of our premium content free until the end of April (at least).
With fewer (or no) meet-ups and events taking place for the foreseeable future, we think it’s important to make sure you can access criticial business intelligence and great content with ease, to ensure you are informed of key developments as they happen, and what they mean for the industry.
For that reason, we’re giving you access to the exclusive market intelligence such as country-specific dashboards, sector data and market projections, as well as in-depth news analysis such as interviews and features and more for free.
Our iGaming Business subscription product, previously priced at £949 per year, will be open from today until the end of April – no sign-in required.
You will also continue to have free access to the iGB magazine online (issue 121 is coming this week) here.
The team are also working on a brand new website that will make consuming our content much easier across mobile, tablet and desktop. We are ramping up our commitment to creating great, free webinars and looking at commissioning even more in-depth industry reports.
Finally, you may have noticed that we’ve updated our logo. We felt that writing iGaming Business was a little bit long-winded and all of our clients, customers and readers call us iGB anyway. So, iGaming Business has officially become iGB.
Keep in touch and stay healthy,
Editorial Director, iGB