German lottery broker Zeal Network’s revenue and earnings declined in 2019, but the business said the year was still a success despite the acquisition of Lotto24 and move away from secondary lotteries affecting its financial performance.
Ahead of a meeting of German lawmakers in Nordrhein-Westphalen today (19 February), the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) has proposed a series of changes to ensure a successful re-regulation of the country’s igaming market.
A member of Northern Ireland’s legislative assembly has submitted proposals to reform the country’s gambling laws, which have not been updated since 1985, to introduce a gambling regulator, regulations for online gambling and a ban on bonuses.
Which key industry trends will drive iGaming in 2020? iovation put a stop to 7.9 million fraudulent iGaming transactions in 2019, highlighting the need for online gambling operators and platform providers to be aware of market threats within the iGaming industry.
Join Josephine Watson, commercial content editor at iGaming Business, Patrick Smith EMEA field CTO, and Anthony Lister, igaming sector lead at Pure Storage to discuss the Survata research and how igaming leaders take a different approach to storing data.
Relax Gaming, the innovative content provider and aggregation platform, has partnered with Global Gaming in a deal to launch its entire portfolio of proprietary and third-party slot games with the operator’s flagship brand Ninja Casino.
Aspire Global has put a 97.5% year-on-year decline in net profit for 2019 primarily down to a major tax settlement in Israel, though the igaming solutions provider was able to report an increase in revenue for the year.
Denmark’s regulated gambling market reported declines in gross gaming revenue across a number of core verticals, though a strong performance from the online casino vertical allowed the market to post year-on-year growth for 2019.
The legal environment for online gambling in Russia has, in a few short years, gone from a closed market to one with a framework for online bookmaking and totalisator gambling. Michael Malloy reports on how it is developing in a unique way
Affiliate giant Catena Media has revealed it is set to post an operating loss for the fourth quarter due to the impact of intangible assets, the adoption of IFRS 9 accounting assumptions and an exceptional revenue adjustment in the US.