In this webinar, sponsored by Trulioo, we will explore what COVID-19 means for the online gaming industry and how finding the right balance between fast and seamless account creation whilst protecting customers during the onboarding process is even more important in the current environment.
As live sports, including major tournaments, get cancelled, sports books are facing a significant loss of revenue. Many already have esports in their offering, but perhaps without giving it the focus required to make it a successful proposition.
Germany is the last big European market that hasn’t had a proper iGaming regulation. While sports betting licenses have been available in few states only, the industry has been advocating an introduction of online sports book and casino for a number of years.
As we’ve seen in Spain with the recent suspension of national lottery (SELAE) ticket sales online and offline, the impact of the global epidemic is not exclusive to land based casinos and sports-books.
Since the Brazilian government announced a bill to legalise sports betting in December 2018, the international gambling world has focused on little else. But, while they avidly follow a lengthy process liable to change and delays, what are they missing out on?
Over the last 10 years, virtual sports betting has evolved from a niche ‘add on’ for sportsbook operators into a valuable part of their ‘always on’ betting operations. In this webinar we explore the ins and outs of virtual sports betting and the revenue streams it can deliver for your business.
Josephine Watson, commercial content editor at iGaming Business, Patrick Smith EMEA field CTO, and Anthony Liston, igaming sector lead at Pure Storage discuss the Survata research and how igaming leaders take a different approach to storing data.