3 August 2018

Post-PASPA opportunities in the US figure large alongside the usual explorations of the latest tech and innovations in the space in this year’s iGB Sports Betting Focus. From the rise of VR and no-registration sportsbooks to mobile personalisation and tapping new audiences, our expert contributors have it covered.
 
Highlights include:

  • State of play: Sports betting in 2018
  • New audiences, new revenues
  • Forward product: Staying ahead of the curve
  • No registration, no problem
  • The opportunity with live streaming
  • Finding the right balance with risk management
  • Moving with the times
  • Understanding the US opportunity
  • Omni-channel: At the heart of B2B

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