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Czech Republic – SAZKA to be solely owed by KKCG

Czech investment groups KKCG and EMMA Capital have announced a shake up in their share holdings, agreeing to split joint assets among each party. Under the deal, KKCG, owned by investor Karel Komarek, will receive 100 per cent of SAZKA Group, the biggest shareholder in Greek betting firm OPAP, and the shares it holds in its Czech lottery ...

Industry recognises Casino de Monte-Carlo’s vision for 2020

At ICE London 2019, the global gaming industry acknowledged the strategy of Casino de Monte-Carlo and the Monaco Casinos to reposition its image, redesign its customer segmentation, launch the new My Monte-Carlo loyalty programme, create ...

Unlocking the potential of esports betting

Rohini Sardana, Head of Product Propositions at SIS, highlights the key changes that are required to optimise the emerging sports vertical and to maximise betting opportunities. With the global esports gambling sector projected to be worth ...

New financial powers could see the end of foreign-based play in Norway

Brede A Haglund, lawyer and partner at local law firm Braekus, discusses the problems facing foreign-operators in ...

How to win the technology arms race in gaming

Quixant CEO Jon Jayal discusses the future battle for tech dominance in the gaming marketplace in 2019 The ...

Preparation and innovation best bet to manage changes ahead

The UK is now one month away from its FOBT stake reduction deadline, which will see stakes reduced from £100 to £2 ...

Digital Isle of Man: Blockchain Office and Sandbox

During the ICE London show, Digital Isle of Man announced the formation of a Blockchain Office and the launch of an ...

Skin in the game: the future of college-based betting in the US

The opening up of the sports betting market in the US will mean that Americans will for the first time be able to ...

Building the bridge from sports betting to esports bettors

Rohini Sardana, Head of Product Propositions at SIS, tells us the way to position esports betting as a mainstream ...