With no major international football tournament taking place this summer, the sports betting industry has a chance to accelerate new ideas and encourage innovation. We take a look at what they've been doing.
Welcome to the iGaming Super Show edition of iGaming Business. In our betting special this issue, we look at what operators are doing this summer to fill the gap left by the lack of a major international football tournament, as a perfect storm of regulation and technology forces an ongoing re-evaluation of the sector’s marketing model.
While the chances of passage in New York and Illinois look slim at the time of writing, Pennsylvania still stands on the brink of being the first US state to pass enabling legislation for real-money igaming since New Jersey in February 2013.
It is impossible to ignore the growth in the Latin American market over the last 12 months. If you are already operating there or looking to move into the region, then our latest supplement will give you plenty of food for thought.
Online gross win from Latin America is projected to grow more than 40% over the next five years to more than €1bn and it is no surprise that the region is a focus for operators seeking opportunities beyond the highly competitive markets of Europe. This edition of iGaming Business focuses on the next big market opportunity for operators.
This issue of European Gaming Lawyer looks at some of the most pressing issues in the European market. This includes Skin Gambling regulation in Malta, challenges on the horizon in Germany and data regulation protocols.
Our cover interview with Rush Street Interactive chief Richard Schwartz focuses on playsugarhouse.com’s explosive entry into NJ real-money igaming, elsewhere we focus on what businesses can be doing now to drive revenues and build audiences while
With Sweden’s Ministry of Finance due to publish a report that is likely to recommend regulation of the country’s igaming sector at the end of March, iGaming Business takes a detailed look at the Nordics in this issue.
News that Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is proposing to raise an additional US$150m from gaming expansion in the 2017/18 budget means the state is now chasing a quarter of a billion dollars of revenues from new gaming sources within 18 months.
Issue highlights include: After the “casino civil war”, From living room to Olympic podium?, It’s complicated: DFS in Indian country, Sports betting any way you want it in NJ? and The dust has settled: the current affiliate landscape in NJ