UK operators would be wise to take advantage of the reprieve they were given when the government dropped its plans to tax free plays earlier this year, the findings of a report prepared by Opinium suggest.
California's online poker market is the most attractive of all single-state markets in the United States, but its potential is still ultimately constrained by population and what is shaping up to be a low-margin environment.
London-based law firm Olswang and gaming consultancy Regulus Partners produced a UK election briefing looking at the key public policy issues the gambling sector needs to address in following the UK General Election, regardless of which party leads the government.
iGaming Business is pleased to publish the 2014 Internet Gaming in New Jersey report written by the Rutgers Centre for Gambling Studies. The report was written for the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and looks into problem gambling patterns linked to online gambling.
The Asser Institute, the Holland-based institute for private and public international law, international commercial arbitration and European law, has for the first time undertaken an empirical study of key statistics from specialist provider Sport
iGaming Business is pleased to publish the white paper 'Game Monetization a Bright Future'. The paper is written by Thomas Wallis with contributions from top executives from EA, KPCB ProductWorks and SGN.
iGaming Business is pleased to publish the remaining quarterly figures for Spain's regulated igaming sector. Covering the first and second quarters of 2014, the information is available by clicking on the PDF links below .
France's online gambling regulator ARJEL published its annual report for 2013 on 10 September with links to the 2010, 2011 and 2012 reports. The content is in French but Google translate makes a good job of enabling non-French speakers to understand the key points.
According to digital lottery services provider Lottovate, the digital lottery market in the US could be worth as much as $17.5bn in incremental annual sales to US lotteries, a third of which could be attributed to new players.
The European Commission launched two studies in November 2013 that examined the prevention and fight against betting-related match-fixing. The results of these studies have been finalised and are publicly available, iGaming Business is pleased to publish them.
iGaming Business is pleased to publish the report ‘Sports betting: commercial and integrity issues’, written by consultant Jason Foley-Train. The report takes a close look at the betting sector and its relationship with sporting bodies, how operators have become close commercial partners for sports clubs and federations and the key factors behind match-fixing: how it occurs and why professional athletes take part in it.