AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address People Svenska Spel names Stoppel as new finance chief Swedish gambling operator Svenska Spel has appointed Eva Stoppel as its new chief financial officer.Due to officially begin her new role with Svenska Spel on September 1, Stoppel will link up with the operator after a short spell as CFO of group lending and payment and CFO for group savings at banking group Swedbank.Prior to joining Swedbank in April of this year, Stoppel spent eight years with Swedish media group Bonnier AB, where she held a number of senior positions across its various brands.Stoppel will succeed the soon-to-depart Marie Loob as CFO at Svenska Spel. Loob has worked for Svenska Spel since 1997, rising through the ranks to the role of finance chief, and also served as the company’s interim chief executive between July and November 2018. “I am very pleased with the confidence to be responsible for the finance and business support function for Svenska Spel,” Stoppel said. “I hope to contribute my experiences from change work and digital transformation in other competitive sectors.”Patrik Hofbauer, president and chief executive of Svenska Spel, added: “In addition to Eva’s solid experience as CFO, she also has valuable expertise in terms of business development and change work.“She also has knowledge of digital transformation, which will be a great asset for us. With Eva, we get a CFO who has all these important parts and who also knows how it works in regulated and highly competitive sectors.”Stoppel’s appointment is the latest in a line of senior changes at Svenska Spel, which last week also named Mikael Franzén as its new IT director, replacing Jörgen Olofsson in the role.Last month, the operator appointed NetEnt’s Anna Romboli as manager for its draw-based games division and brought in Carolina Swaffer for the new role of head of agents, customer service and partner services. 27th June 2019 | By contenteditor Swedish gambling operator Svenska Spel has appointed Eva Stoppel as its new chief financial officer, effective September 1. Stoppel will replace Marie Loob in the role. Tags: Online Gambling Topics: People Strategy
In the second part of our interview with Holland Casino’s director of security and responsible gaming Janny Wierda, she discusses the four pillars of its RG strategy soon to be transferred online with Playtech, why all staff need to be trained in consumer-facing interventions and the data-related challenges around industry collaboration. Read part 1 hereCurrently the land-based responsible gaming strategy has four pillars, Wierda says: “Identification, registration, warning interviews, then monitoring and intervention. All those things we will have to do online as well.”This can all be transferred online, she says, where the operator will work with Playtech, after striking a deal in 2014.“Registration and identification will be the same, and also links to our anti-money laundering (AML) requirements,” Weirda explains.She has no fear about the move online, arguing that it will in many ways make her job simpler: “It’s actually easier to implement responsible gaming controls online, as we can use pop ups with warnings, letting them know how long they’ve been playing for, and how much they’ve spent.“So it’s easier to monitor players online, as offline, on a Saturday evening for example, we have more than 1,000 visitors in Amsterdam. We keep an eye on everyone, but online we [will] know exactly what everyone is doing. Even when it’s more busy.”Even elements such as customer registration across all channels are not a big stretch – it’s already in place.“We have to [do that already] because we need it for AML processes, but we also need it for responsible gaming,” Wierda says. “If you want to have a good responsible gaming policy you need to know who’s playing.“One of the metrics we track is how many times a customer visits a casino, so you need to have them register, as otherwise you won’t know.”This allows Holland Casino to implement particularly stringent player protection measures.For example, if a young adult visits its casinos four times in a month, they will be sent a responsible gaming leaflet. Six times, and they will be contacted by Wierda’s team to ensure they know what they’re playing, and their parents are aware how they’re spending their leisure time and money.“[Without] registration you just can’t do this,” she says.This is all carried out by a team under Wierda’s leadership, which works in shifts to ensure at least two members of staff are on duty when the operator’s 14 casinos are open. While she says this team is small, there are more than 150 employees in total responsible for implementing the operator’s responsible gaming strategy.General management staff are trained, meaning that if Wierda’s team members aren’t available, there are employees qualified to carry out interventions. This way there is always someone available to carry out responsible gaming duties.“Every employee has do complete an eLearning course, including the people from the head office,” she says. “Even though they don’t have contact with the clients they have to do the training.“Responsible gaming is our most important value, so the management have to do a full day’s training, then spend two days learning how to do the customer interviews, and identify signs of problem gambling.”While responsible gaming has and always will be a key part of the business, Wierda is doubtful that affordability checks, an emerging concept, are likely to be widely introduced. In the UK, these are being talked up as a way enhance to Know Your Customer processes, to ensure customers can afford to gamble.“As a government and as a company you can’t tell people how to spend their money,” Wierda says, however. “If you want to eat at a very expensive restaurant every evening you can do it, if you want to gamble, of course you must do so responsibly – we don’t want anyone to be addicted – but it’s the individuals’ choice.“For some people if it’s only their pension they have to play with, for example, we will of course warn them.”But as she points out, player protection failings have not affected Holland Casino to date: “Our internal policies are more restrictive than the law currently is.”Where she sees room for improvement is around industry collaboration. But, she adds, the external pressures such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation could derail these efforts. To better collaborate on social responsibility matters, she explains, the industry needs to be able to share customer data. Because of GDPR, it can’t do so.“Banks are now exchanging information of people on a blacklist, but there’s an issue over what we do with data gathered through AML checks,” she says. “We exclude 100 people a year because of AML controls, but with GDPR what can we do with this information? We need to find a way to exchange information.”Having said that, Wierda is confident that despite these challenges, Holland Casino will be able to avoid the issues experienced in other recently regulated markets.“I know people are going to gamble, but I think through responsible gaming and AML controls, you can protect them to a high extent,” she says. “There are always going to be some that slip under the radar but I think in general, we do it in the safest possible way – that’s ultimately why I wanted to work for Holland Casino.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Holland Casino prepares for launch – Part 2 Topics: Legal & compliance Strategy Tags: Online Gambling Legal & compliance 6th August 2019 | By Stephen Carter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: Europe Western Europe Netherlands In the second part of our interview with Holland Casino’s director of security and responsible gaming Janny Wierda, she discusses the four pillars of its RG strategy soon to be transferred online with Playtech, why all staff need to be trained in consumer-facing interventions and the data-related challenges around industry collaboration
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter This change in interest has, however, hardly been reflected in the SERPs – we still see all the same elements and even the same sites ranking as before the lockdowns: Regions: Europe US Of course, many online betting brands also have online casino, bingo and poker offerings, often even on the same site, but it’s unclear how enticing these are, even in the current circumstances, to a typical sports bettor.What has been interesting to note is the rise of virtual sporting events and esports. Many betting sites are currently featuring esports quite prominently. For example, here is 888 Sport’s homepage: Sports betting in the time of Covid-19 Historically, this comparison displays a lot less volatility in the SERPs than is typical for this particular vertical.Below is the ranking graph of the current top 10 sites over the last five years, clearly showing that the sites ranking highly today have dropped out of the top 10 completely a number of times in the past: Overall, it seems clear the betting industry is adapting to the current crisis and who knows, it may even push the industry towards further innovation.Julia Logan is an SEO consultant at irishwonder.com. Her specialities include on-site/technical SEO and SEO security audits, link profile audits, reputation management, negative SEO investigations and private network consulting. Tags: Online Gambling Video Gaming Topics: Casino & games Marketing & affiliates Sports betting Video gaming Some of the current sports betting-related news stories appearing in these SERPs tell a sad tale of the industry’s suffering, but apart from their inclusion, not much is different.Little has changed in terms of which sites are ranking – below we compare the top 20 results as of March 1 compared with the current top 20 results: What really seems odd at the current time is the number of sites that are still running paid ads even though they can barely monetise that traffic now: In the UK, the trend is similar, with search interest being at the lowest level for the last five years: Along with the rise of esports, virtual sports-related betting is another obvious replacement for live sports betting, as this rising coronavirus betting query shows: As per Betfair’s sportsbook page, the only three countries where football games are still taking place are Belarus, Nicaragua and Taiwan: 21st April 2020 | By Joanne Christie Casino & games Lockdowns and the cancellation of sporting events have wreaked havoc on the sports betting industry, says Julia Logan. But operators are adapting in a bid to protect their revenuesWith the coronavirus limiting everybody’s activities, many industries have taken a hit. One of the industries suffering heavily is sports betting.Most sporting events are no longer taking place so there is nothing for punters to bet on, causing a loss of business for bookmakers, both online and offline.Google Trends shows a drastic drop in global interest in the topic in March: Lockdowns and the cancellation of sporting events have wreaked havoc on the sports betting industry, says Julia Logan. But operators are adapting in a bid to protect their revenues Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: UK & Ireland Scottish government in U-turn on gaming machine ban 23rd July 2020 | By contenteditor Tags: OTB and Betting Shops Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Betting shops in Scotland have been ordered to switch off their gaming machines in an apparent U-turn by the country’s government, which last week announced that it was to remove the controversial ban.Following pressure from the Betting and Gaming Council (BGC), the government said it was to relax certain restrictions related to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic from 22 July.These included not being allowed to have chairs, show live racing or run gaming machines – all of which were unique to Scotland, with betting shops in England not subject to such restrictions.However, Scottish betting shops, which reopened on 29 June, have now been told that customers must not be allowed to play the machines until further notice.In a letter to BGC chief executive Michael Dugher, a Scottish government official said the existing restrictions would remain in place, with aim of “keeping people safe” in betting shops“Consideration has been given to whether gaming machines could be switched on within betting shops under the close contact retail guidance,” the letter said.“The precise definition of amusement arcades and the use of gambling machines in different locations is a complex area with overlapping considerations that are difficult to assess.“The decision has been taken that we want to have a consistent approach regarding the use of gaming machines while always keeping people safe. Therefore the existing restrictions remain in place at present.”BGC chairman Brigid Simmonds hit out at the decision and called on ministers to reconsider, warning that people could lose their jobs as a result of the apparent U-turn.“We are extremely disappointed by the Scottish government’s decision, which directly contradicts what they told us previously,” Simmonds said.“Betting shops in Scotland are already under severe financial strain because of the Scottish Government’s refusal to give them 100% business rate relief, which is available to other retail businesses, and this is another massive blow.“I would urge ministers in Scotland to urgently reconsider this baffling decision and revert to the position they had less than a week ago.”John Heaton, boss of Scotbet, Scotland’s largest independent betting shop chain, also blasted the decision, saying that the future of his business is now under threat.“We’re now incurring all the cost of the in-shop product without the benefit of the machines; it’s the worst of all worlds,” he said. “They seem determined to put as many betting shops out of business as they can, and it’s independent shops like ours that will suffer the most.”The decision to switch gaming machines off comes despite the BGC earlier this week warning the Scottish government that thousands of jobs in the gambling sector are at risk unless it grants business rates relief to betting shops.The government has so far excluded betting shops from its business rates relief scheme, which was set up to help companies impacted by the (Covid-19) pandemic. It waives the fees due from eligible businesses during the crisis.This differs from the approach in England, where betting shops have been given business rates relief to help them through the crisis. They too were initially excluded from the scheme, before it was amended in late March.Scottish Ministers have also refused to extend the retail, hospitality and leisure support grant to betting shops, despite this having been offered to others in the betting and gaming industry such as amusements, bingo halls, entertainment centres and racetracks. Legal & compliance Topics: Legal & compliance Email Address Betting shops in Scotland have been ordered to switch off their gaming machines in an apparent U-turn by the country’s government, which last week announced that it was to remove the controversial ban.
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Aspire’s revenue in the first six months of 2019 amounted to €77.4m (£70.1m/$91.6m), up 17.4% from €66.0m in the corresponding period last year. “Aspire Global can now compete for any deal, big or small, that exists out there.” Aspire to acquire BtoBet in €20m deal 17th September 2020 | By Aaron Noy Aspire will also pay an additional consideration, based on BtoBet’s performance over the following two years. This consideration will be equal to seven times BtoBet’s earnings before interest and tax at this point, minus the €20m already paid. The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2020. Finance Aspire Global has struck a deal to acquire sportsbook technology provider BtoBet for an initial €20m (£18.3m/$23.6m), allowing the supplier to extend its business into the sports betting vertical. “This is a perfect match,” he said. “We are impressed by the qualities of the Neuron Sports platform and in addition we will get access to new growth markets, new potential big deals and new opportunities. “With the acquisition of BtoBet we have become a true global B2B company which owns and provides an igaming platform, sports betting, casino games and games aggregator as well as managed services for all continents and markets. The supplier has partnered with 32 operators between Europe, Africa and Latin America, with a particular focus on the latter two regions. Aspire said this made it a perfect fit with Aspire, which has a stronger presence in Europe and North America. “I am truly enthusiastic about the opportunities we see by becoming part of Aspire Global, the powerhouse for igaming operators,” BtoBet founder Alessandro Fried said. “With our joined forces we will take this new global igaming offering in every corner of the earth. During the first six months of 2020, BtoBet generated revenue of €3.1m, while EBITDA came to €1.2m. In 2019, it generated revenue of €4.4m and EBITDA of €1.5m. Topics: Finance Sports betting Platform Email Address Aspire chief executive Tsachi Maimon said the acquisition means his business will be involved in all major areas of online gambling thanks to access to BtoBet’s Neuron 3 sports betting platform. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter “We have been in the industry for a long period of time and finally we met the perfect partner that matches our vision and with which we can build a stronger presence globally.” Earlier this week, Aspire appointed Antoine Bonello, formerly of William Hill and Flutter Entertainment, as its new chief operating officer and managing director of its Malta business. Bonello will begin in the role on 1 November, replacing Dima Reiderman, who opted to step down as COO for personal reasons Aspire Global has struck a deal to acquire sportsbook technology provider BtoBet for €20m (£18.3m/$23.6m), allowing the supplier to extend its business into the sports betting vertical. The deal consists of €15m in cash at the closing of the deal, then a further €5m more twelve months after the deal closes.
“This will let us focus more on what we know best, product development. Over the coming years we aim to redefine and reinvent what a live score product is and can be.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Sportradar scores marketing deal with Forza Football Tags: Sportradar Forza Football Sports betting Under the agreement, Sportradar will utilise its ad:s full service, data-driven marketing solution to exclusively manage the advertising inventory within the Forza Football live score app. Sportradar will utilise its knowledge of bookmakers’ marketing requirements to optimise Forza Football’s advertising placements, prioritising native, odds-first integrations and enabling personalised messaging through its Marketing Cloud platform. “Forza Football’s unprecedented engagement represents huge marketing potential for brands and Sportradar is the perfect partner to find brands that can utilise our strong brand and highly engaged users all over the world,” Forza Football co-founder and chief executive Patrik Arnesson said. Email Address Topics: Sports betting Online sports betting Rainer Geier, chief product officer for sports entertainment, Sportradar, added: “The ad:s platform is unrivalled in its ability to deliver efficient and highly targeted marketing campaigns for bookmakers, truly highlighting the value we can add to their business. “We’re excited to be working with Forza Football and helping them realise the full potential of their brand.” Data and integrity solutions provider Sportradar has entered into a marketing and data partnership with football technology business Forza Football. In addition, Sportradar will supply Forza Football with its API-based statistics data, offering a selection of tools to further develop the content offering. 12th February 2021 | By Robert Fletcher Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter When asked about organisations or types of company that have had a positive impact on their business, answers included land-based operators, suppliers and regulators, but no single answer gained a large number of responses. 24th February 2021 | By Daniel O’Boyle For land-based casino, however, results were far more mixed, as 42% projected it to decline significantly and 8% to decline slightly, while 31% projected growth. Looking specifically at respondents’ own businesses, 77% said they were optimistic, of which 17% very optimistic and the remainder quite optimistic. Only 5% were pessimistic, of which only 1% were very pessimistic. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter The results showed a large degree of optimism about the future of online casino. The majority of respondents, at 70%, said they expected this vertical to grow significantly over the next 12 months, with a further 26% predicting it to grow slightly and only 2% projecting decline. Regulation was also seen as the most important trend or development for those in the industry to follow, with new markets following. More than three quarters of top executives in the gaming industry are optimistic about the future of their business, while most expect igaming to grow and land-based gaming to decline in 2021, according to the latest Ampersand Bellwether Report. You can read the Ampersand Bellwether Report in full here. Topics: Social responsibility Sports betting Strategy Tech & innovation Land-based casino Online casino Regulation Marketing Artificial intelligence Ampersand report finds 77% of top execs optimistic about their business Covid-19 was seen as the biggest threat to the industry, meanwhile, with regulation in second place. Respondents were also asked what area they would choose if given $500,000 to invest in technology. The most common response was artificial intelligence, with cashless solutions, mobile platforms and payments next. Breaking down the respondents, the majority of those answering were involved with casino or sports betting, with 39% and 29% of respondents respectively. Most respondents were either C-level executives, partners or managing directors at their business, while Europe and North America were the most common locations. Finally, Ampersand members said they currently use calls with colleagues, calls with suppliers and news sites to learn about new developments in the industry, but when society returns to normal, they expect live events again to be the main way to learn about these developments. The report was conducted through a web-based survey of the Ampersand Gaming panel, with 106 responses. It marked the fifth such report, and the second since the start of the pandemic. Turning to organisations or types of company that have had a negative impact, regulators again featured, as did government and unlicensed gambling businesses. Respondents said they most aspired for their business to be like British betting giant Bet365, with Entain, Playtech and IGT also popular answers. Out of non-gambling companies, respondents said they aspired to be like tech giants Amazon, Tesla, Google, Apple and Netflix. New and emerging markets, however, declined in importance as a trend compared to past surveys, as did negative perceptions of the industry. When asked to list the biggest opportunities in the gaming industry, popular responses included online and mobile gaming, esports and new markets such as Latin America, Africa and the USA. Email Address Strategy
24th May 2021 | By Richard Mulligan Online lottery Alberta launches online lottery sales The move comes seven months after the launch of the NeoPollard Interactive-powered PlayAlberta.ca platform in the Canadian province, adding to the range of slot and table game content. AGLC plans to add sports wagering to the site later in 2021. Regions: Alberta Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Play Alberta, the Canadian province’s online gaming monopoly operator, is now offering online lottery ticket sales for the first time for national and local draws. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Online lottery Tags: PlayAlberta Read more on iGB North America. Lotto Max, Lotto 6/49, Daily Grand and Western Max are among the games available online as Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Commission (AGLC) seeks to expand the PlayAlberta.ca digital offering. Email Address
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