The SBC Weekly Digest for 24/09/2021

Your weekly roundup of the most popular articles and videos from the SBC network, powered by Metric Gaming



Good week for…

US public opinion concerning the betting and gaming industry has become more positive as the regulated market in the country continues to expand, according to American Gaming Association (AGA) research.

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XLMedia has maintained confidence in its acquisitions strategy in its H1 trading report, shortly after successfully completing its takeover of BlueClawMedia to establish a UK hub for European expansion.

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Bad week for…

The UK Gambling Commission has issued a £760,000 sanction to Lottoland’s parent company EU Lotto following an investigation into social responsibility and money laundering failures.

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According to reports, Premier League clubs will be prohibited from forming front-of-shirt sponsorship arrangements with betting and gaming companies.

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Speaking at the SBC Summit Barcelona, Carsten Koerl, CEO of Sportradar, highlighted the importance of determination when looking to grow in the contemporary market.

“The companies that are witnessing stagnation in a time of exponential growth will simply fall behind exponentially. That is not an opinion but fact. The sports world has been turned upside down by a digital marketplace in which all elements are exponential, be it data, CPU, storage or investment.”

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£85 million
The Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit revealed it has prevented £85million from being stolen in the first half of 2021.

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Playtech has published its financial results for H1 of FY2021, citing ‘strong strategic and operational progress’ despite a 4% decline in total revenue.

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$15 million
The investment firm Sands Capital is leading a $15million round of funding to fuel Boom Entertainment’s expansion into real-money gaming products.

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The 2022 NTT IndyCar Series schedule has been announced, with organisers revealing that 14 out of the 17 races will be broadcast live on NBC.

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Peter Ekmark, CEO of Internet Vikings, explained the unique challenges posed to operators when looking to expand in the US market.
Recommended Reading
Appearing on the opening day of the SBC Summit Barcelona, a panel of industry leaders analysed games, player behaviour and user demographics as indicators of the future of the slots space.

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Paul Dent, Gambling Therapy Manager at Gordon Moody, discussed the use of translation software as a responsible gambling tool, highlighting, in particular, its ability to break down cultural barriers.

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Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO of Yggdrasil, highlighted disruption as a crucial aspect of industry development, as well as touching on the importance of game engine mechanics.

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Greentube’s Key Account Sales Manager, Courtney Horner, outlines how the company drew upon its experience in the land-based casino sector when making its online entry.

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Artículos Recomendados
Los expertos en soluciones legales y de pago Michel Reznik (director de Banca y Pagos, 4H Agency) y Miguel Bernal (socio, Estudio Legal Bernal), analizaron en exclusiva para SBC Noticias la disputa en curso entre el desarrollador de juegos Epic Games y la empresa de tecnología Apple, a través de la cual la aplicación de la App Store puede utilizar ahora sus propios métodos de pago para compras dentro de los juegos.

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Alba Monroy, directora sénior de Desarrollo Comercial de Relax Gaming, analiza en exclusiva cuáles son los objetivos de la compañía en la región latinoamericana y cómo puede apoyar la expansión de operadores aprovechando su experiencia.

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