Danish market growth slowed by land-based decline in Q3 Regions: Europe Nordics Denmark Danish gambling regulator Spillemyndigheden has reported a 9.7% increase in market revenue for the third quarter of 2018, though the continued declines of the gaming machine and land-based casino verticals is slowing market growth.While total revenue across online betting, online casino, land-based casinos and gaming machines was up year-on-year for the three months ended September 30th, rising to DKK1.62bn (£193.9m/€217.6m), this represented an 0.4% decline from the prior month.This was largely down to a drop in gaming machine gross gaming revenue, which fell 6.5% from Q3 2017 to DKK344.6m, and a 14.0% fall in casino revenue to DKK81.8m.In contrast to these land-based struggles, the regulated online verticals continue to thrive. Online wagering benefitted from the final rounds of the Fifa World Cup – despite Denmark being knocked out the tournament on the first day of Q3 – to report a 13.5% increase in GGR to DKK653.1m.Online sports betting has also had its revenue total bolstered by the inclusion of horse racing betting, which has been added to the vertical from the second quarter of the year. This follows the opening-up of betting on horse racing, which had been a monopoly product operated by Danske Spil since the market was re-regulated in 2012, to all licensed operators in January 2018.However, Spillemyndigheden noted, horse racing continued to see revenue and market share decline in 2017, with figures for 2018 not yet available.Online casino also enjoyed a strong Q3, with revenue climbing 19.9% to DKK544.7m, due primarily to the popularity of slots, which accounted for 63.1% of total casino GGR for the quarter. Coupled with growth in table games GGR, this offset marginal declines in revenue generated from online poker and bingo.Spillemyndigheden also provided an update on the country’s lottery market, which is still operated as a monopoly by Danske Spil, and due to different reporting periods, only annual results for the vertical are published. For 2017, the most recent figures provided, the vertical generated an estimated GGR of DKK3.1bn across the Klasselotteriet, Varelotteriet, and Landbrugslotteriet products.While this makes it the largest single vertical, with market share of around 33.7%, this has declined from 35.1% in 2016. The regulator said that this was largely down to players shifting to online wagering and casino.There has also been significant growth in the number of players to self-exclude from gambling, via Spillemyndigheden’s voluntary self-exclusion register ROFUS. By November 2018, 16,704 players has self-excluded, with 11,360 (68%) permanently blocking any access to gambling sites. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address Continuing growth of online casino and sports betting partially offset by decline in land-based casino and gaming machine revenue Topics: Finance 6th December 2018 | By contenteditor AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Finance
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Social pool betting operator i-pools has launched a new, free-to-play fantasy horseracing game with a jackpot prize of £1m (€1.2m/$1.3m), while Matt Steer has been named chief executive of the business, after it closed a new funding round.The new game challenges players to correctly predict the winner of a series of races at this year’s Cheltenham Festival, which runs from March 12-15.The game will be distributed across the i-pools network to clients, with the main jackpot available to any customer of i-pools or its clients.i-pools will run the game in partnership with RISQ and its iGaming Insurance Platform iGiP, which manages over £40m worth of jackpot games with i-pools.The 2019 Cheltenham Festival is the first edition of the event since the expiry of the Tote monopoly on UK horseracing. To mark the occasion, i-pools will also increase the weekly prize fund for its £1 daily fantasy racing pools to a minimum of £3,500.i-pools will launch the game after it completed another round of investment, with the new funds to used support its continued development and growth.Shortly after closing this latest round, i-pools announced Matt Steer, former head of sportsbook at Coral, as its new CEO.Speaking about joining i-pools, Steer said: “i-pools has built a very powerful and versatile pools based gaming platform capable of delivering a virtually unlimited variety of game formats across any sport or live event for any kind of client, be it betting or free-play, white label or integrated solution.“I’m delighted to be taking the reins and we already have a number of very exciting partnership opportunities in the pipeline.”Image: Carine06 Social pool betting operator i-pools has launched a new, free-to-play fantasy horseracing game with a jackpot prize of £1m (€1.2m/$1.3m), while Matt Steer has been named chief executive of the business, after it closed a new funding round. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Casino & games Sports betting Tech & innovation Social gaming DFS i-pools launches fantasy racing game after investment round 7th March 2019 | By contenteditor Tags: Fantasy Sports Online Gambling Email Address Casino & games Regions: UK & Ireland
Email Address Tags: Online Gambling Sportsbet fined over illegal gaming ad in New South Wales 27th March 2019 | By contenteditor Regions: Oceania Australia Australian online gambling operator Sportsbet has been issued with a fine of Aus$10,000 (£5,350/€6,290/US$7,090) by authorities in New South Wales after being convicted of posting an illegal gambling advertisement on its website.The prosecution comes as a result of an investigation by Liquor & Gaming NSW into an advert that appeared on the Sportsbet.com.au website on July 5, 2018.The ad featured cartoon images of two males with their thumbs up, accompanied by the text, “Refer a Friend – Get a $100 Bonus Bet for every friend you refer to join sportsbet.com.au (excl. VIC, NSW, WA & SA) Terms and Conditions”.New South Wales law prohibits gambling ads that offer “any inducement to participate, or participate frequently, in any gambling activity (including an inducement to open a betting account)”.As ordered by the Magistrate who oversaw the hearing at Downing Centre Local Court on March 7, Paddy Power Betfair-owned Sportsbet will now pay the fine, plus Aus$7,300 in legal costs.The Magistrate said there was a need for a penalty to act as a general deterrent for all gambling operators and ensure they are vigilant in complying with state laws.Under new state laws that came into effect last July, operators found guilty of breaching bonus as measures can face fines of up to Aus$55,000, while company directors can be criminally prosecuted. The idea is to close loopholes whereby operators have used fine print exclusion clauses to avoid prosecution.Liquor & Gaming NSW guidelines specially name bonus bets as advertising that would be considered in breach of state laws. The authority said such bonus bets are “capable of persuading or encouraging a person to participate in gambling activity including to open a betting account”. Legal & compliance Australian online gambling operator Sportsbet has been issued with a fine of Aus$10,000 (£5,350/€6,290/US$7,090) by authorities in New South Wales after being convicted of posting an illegal gambling advertisement on its website. Topics: Legal & compliance Marketing & affiliates Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter A bill to legalise sports betting on tribal lands in North Carolina has been passed by the state Senate, and transferred to the House of Representatives.S154, introduced by Republican Senator Jim Davis, would allow tribal gaming facilities to offer sports betting alongside other forms of gambling currently permitted under existing compacts with the state.It was passed by the Senate at its second reading, with 43 Senators voting in favour and seven against.This means the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, currently the only tribe that has agreed a compact with the state, would be able to launch sports betting on its lands should the House, and Governor Roy Cooper, approve the legislation.It states that sports wagers must be placed on Indian lands that are already permitted to conduct Class III (casino) gaming activities. Betting on horse racing, which has also been added to S154, must also be conducted under the same conditions.This would suggest that legal wagering would be restricted to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians’ Caesars Entertainment-operated Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort on the Qualla Boundary in Cherokee and Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel in Murphy.However, in New Jersey, online betting and gaming has been facilitated by assuming that all bets are placed and settled within casino walls as long as servers are located on premises.The market could expand, with the Catawba Indian Nation having put forward plans to build a new tribal casino in Kings Mountain.There is currently no tax rate set out in the bill, which requires the state to agree a new tribal gaming compact with any eligible operator before they could launch legal wagering. A revenue share deal would have to be determined as part of this compact.Revenue raised through sports betting would be paid into the Indian Gaming Education Revenue Fund, which would be established through S154.Currently the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians pays 8% of live table games revenue to North Carolina, per a 2012 compact.The bill is yet to be assigned a House committee, though there is no statutory or constitutional requirement for when the regular session must end.Image: Paul Hamilton Email Address Casino & games Tags: Mobile Race Track and Racino 11th April 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Sports betting Tribal gaming Horse racing Regions: US North Carolina Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter A bill to legalise sports betting on tribal lands in North Carolina has been passed by the state Senate, and transferred to the House of Representatives. The bill passed at the second reading, with 43 Senators voting in favour and seven against. North Carolina sports betting bill passed by Senate
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Alleged mobster charged with attempted match-fixing Legal & compliance A US District Court in the Eastern District of New York has charged an alleged organised crime family member with attempted sports bribery and a host of related offenses related to Mafia activity. 8th October 2019 | By contenteditor A US District Court in the Eastern District of New York has charged an alleged organised crime family member with attempted sports bribery and a host of related offenses related to Mafia activity.According to a court filing, the attempted sports bribery charge was in relation to a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I men’s basketball game in or about December 2018.The court ruled defendant Benjamin Bifalco, together with others, knowingly and intentionally attempted to influence a sporting contest with briberyCourt-authorized wiretaps captured the defendants, with 25-year-old Bifalco having offered members of a college basketball team thousands of dollars to intentionally lose the game.Read the full story on iGB North America. Regions: US New York Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting Email Address
Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tech & innovation AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter iGB’s technology columnist Vigne Kozacek interrupts his series on DDoS attacks to provide readers with a run-down of how to maintain the highest cybersecurity standards when working remotely Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Email Address iGB’s technology columnist Vigne Kozacek interrupts his series on DDoS attacks to provide readers with a run-down of how to maintain the highest cybersecurity standards when working remotelyNovel coronavirus (Covid-19) has impacted every one of us in some way shape or form. Not least of all by forcing many people to work from home instead of traveling to the office and to practise social distancing when you do venture out for your daily exercise, to do some shopping or to collect medicines.While there are a vast number of things that need to be considered when working from home, I am going to focus on maintaining a secure working environment and protecting yourself (and your employer) while working remotely.Let’s face it, many companies and employees are struggling to adjust to this new way of life, even if it is only temporary, many companies are being forced to make some tough decisions.Cyber criminals, however, are accustomed to working like this and have thrived in these conditions for many years.In addition, they have stepped up their activities since this all started, simply because there are so many more targets out there now with all these employees working from home and they are by their very nature “opportunists”.Having staff work from home isn’t a new concept and most companies will have policies and procedures in place for staff whom already worked from home either part time or on a full-time basis before the outbreak.However, not all staff are fully trained on the dangers, and far too often these policies are reliant on well-developed systems being in place and adequately managed usually by staff who are in the office.What we are left with is a large proportion, if not all staff, now trying to carry out their usual day to day duties from outside of your organisation.As a result many companies have put the safety and security of their digital infrastructure in the hands of a personal computer.Potentially one with an expired antivirus and poor, if any, security software installed on it as well as a £50 ISP-provided router which has very little security capabilities.These generally highly insecure computers, and staff with little or no security training now have direct access to the heart of your organisation, resulting in digital assets being vulnerable and the risk of a breach increases exponentially.I have no doubt that you have heard the saying “you are only as strong as your weakest link” this is more relevant than ever.Okay, so there is a higher risk! How do we address these issues?The ideal scenario, if there can be one in this situation, is for staff to use company supplied equipment that is restricted to only use company authorised systems which the company has control.Yes, that means no Facebook, no personal email or unfiltered web browsing through corporate systems via a virtual private network (VPN).While this is the ideal scenario, we of course understand that the lockdown blindsided many businesses and most would not have been prepared for this despite having disaster recovery and business continuity plans in place.Having a few remote workers and having a majority, if not all of your workforce working remotely is something else entirely.The capital and manpower required to acquire laptops and set up the infrastructure would have been heavily restricted by the lockdown.Many suppliers, being in the very same situation have themselves, struggled to keep up with demand, meaning the knock-on effects have been immense.As a result, many critical parts of your remote working security policies are likely to have been overlooked in the scramble to maintain business continuity and productivity.Now would be a good time to conduct a review of your disaster recovery and business continuity plans Contact your usual suppliers and have them conduct a thorough penetration test on all the exposed areas of your network.Even if you have had one done recently, more holes could have been opened up while setting up remote access for your staff. According to IBM, the average amount of time it took for an organisation to discover that they had been compromised is 206 days.Conduct a full suite of penetration tests on all the exposed areas of your network According to a recent report published by Symantec, 48% of malicious email attachments were Microsoft Office files.As attacks become more and more sophisticated and legitimate communications are easily disguised to appear as though they have originated from a legitimate source, it is critical that staff know how to recognise the difference.It is not beyond would-be attackers to use LinkedIn or even your own company website to construct an organisation chart of your company complete with reporting lines.They could then send spoofed emails to subordinates with malicious attachments and/or content used for phishing purposes.This could well be more effective, especially now while it is no longer possible to just pop over to someone’s desk and verify that they have sent a questionable email or message. Security awareness training for all staff is critical at the best of times and now it is extremely important that staff are given updated security awareness training.This can be done online and there are many reputable companies out there that can facilitate this.I would highly recommend that you conduct surveys of your staff before and after the training to measure the impact and to ensure you are achieving the appropriate standards which can be easily achieved by your IT security team using a platform like Survey Monkey.Update and ensure staff undergo security awareness trainingVigne Kozacek has more than 25 years’ experience of managing information technology operations and business activities, predominantly in the gaming industry. With a career base including Camelot, Boylesports and William Hill, he has successfully delivered and managed positive change programmes including merger support and solution acquisitions. 28th April 2020 | By contenteditor Working from home securely Topics: Tech & innovation
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Swedish lottery revenue bounced back in April after a difficult March, but remained 9% below revenue from April 2019, according to the latest figures from the country’s gaming Authority (Spelinspektionen). Email Address 22nd June 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Swedish lottery rebounds in April, but lags behind 2019 Tags: Online Gambling Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Lottery Sports betting Casino & games Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: Europe Nordics Sweden Swedish lottery revenue bounced back in April after a difficult March, but remained 9% below revenue from April 2019, according to the latest figures from the country’s Gambling Inspectorate (Spelinspektionen).The data forms part of the monthly reports Spelinspektionen were commissioned to produce during the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis and was obtained through operators’ tax returns.Spelinspektionen said that while revenue for lotteries declined year-on-year, things looked much brighter than in March, when revenue fell almost 50% year-on-year.Revenue for land-based commercial games, such as restaurant casinos, fell by 46% year-on-year in April.The regulator had already provided online betting and gaming revenue for April in its report last month, but revised this figure from a 5.4% decline to a 3.0% decline after receiving data from more operators.However, most online betting and gaming operators in Sweden saw revenue fall in May 2020 compared to May 2019. A total of 20 operators reported a decline in figures obtained through operators’ tax returns, while 16 reported an increase in revenue. In both March and April, more licensees reported increased revenue than decreased, despite overall betting and gaming revenue falling in both months.The regulator also noted that as of 14 June, 52,026 people were registered with national self-exclusion register Spelpaus. This was up from 51,674 on 14 May, but Spelinspektionen said the number of new sign-ups had slowed.Swedish online casino operators are currently preparing to implement new controls including a SEK5,000 (£401/€459/$495) weekly deposit limit and a SEK100 cap on bonuses. The rules will come into effect on 2 July, and were originally intended to cover all forms of gambling before being amended to apply only to casino games.These rules have been received negatively by stakeholders across the Swedish gambling industry, as well as the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA). Spelinspektionen, meanwhile, said the rules could benefit illegal operators rather than enhancing player protection and said they could prove difficult to implement by 2 July.
Legal Austria’s financial police, in cooperation with the Federal Criminal Police Office in Vienna, shut down two illegal gambling establishments in the Vienna districts of Donaustadt and Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus late yesterday evening (24 February). 25th February 2021 | By Conor Mulheir Regions: Austria After interviewing players and staff, those found responsible for organising the games were held at the location, and the poker dealers and waitress were investigated. Thirty-four players were found at three poker tables, each with up to €21,000 in cash, along with two gaming machines. Blinds in the poker games were up to €20, meaning thousands were being bet per round. “The combination of illegal gambling and drug use, which is increasingly occurring in Vienna, is particularly fatal. We will continue to take tough and consistent action against these criminals and continue our excellent cooperation with the police. The fight against illegal gambling will continue to be pushed.” Yesterday, a wide-ranging overhaul of Austria’s gambling regulatory framework was announced, in a change that will see player protection controls ramped up, new transparency requirements introduced, and a new supervisory authority formed. In the Donaustadt district, officers found a hidden, sealed-off ground floor bar in a restaurant, the door was opened to them voluntarily due to the large number of officers present. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Detective officers from the Federal Criminal Police Office found drugs on one of the players, after which a drug detection dog was able to find other drugs and containers typically used for street sales, the police said. Tags: Austrian Financial Police AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The first raid took place in Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus, where officers found 10 players using gambling machines, several of whom tried to hide and leave the location via an exit upon the officers’ entry. Seven gaming machines and cash were seized by the officers. The financial police said the raids dealt a massive blow to those behind organised gambling crime in the country. “The consistent work of the financial police brings these mafia-like gangs from the southeast under massive pressure. The high addiction factor of gambling leads to the fact that addicted gamblers often try to compensate for their financial losses through crime. In January, the nation’s Ministry of Finance reported an increase in the number of illegal gaming devices seized by police in 2020, despite law enforcement’s day-to-day operations being disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The figures revealed showed that the country’s financial police had confiscated 1,463 gaming machines over the course of 2020 – a year-on-year increase of approximately 100, or 7.3%. Topics: Legal & compliance Social responsibility Legal “In Vienna, new criminal structures in illegal gambling have recently arisen,” said Austria’s Finance Minister, Gernot Blümel. Whereas the nation’s Treasury is currently responsible for licensing and the enforcement of gambling regulations, these duties will be taken over by the new authority. Austrian financial police shut down two more illegal gambling venues Email Address
Playtech pens long-term gaming content extension with Flutter brands Playtech will continue to provide exclusive dedicated studios for Paddy Power, Betfair and Sky Casino for their live casino offerings, including the exclusive launch of Sky Vegas Live Casino. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 18th March 2021 | By Robert Fletcher Online casino AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Regions: Europe “Over the years we have built a very successful partnership and are excited to continue offering our customers access to software from one of the world’s leading suppliers of high-quality gaming product,” Flutter UK and Ireland chief executive Conor Grant said. Email Address Playtech has signed new five-year contract extension to continue providing its products and services to Flutter Entertainment brands Paddy Power, Betfair and Sky Casino. Playtech chief operating officer Shimon Akad added Flutter is one of Playtech’s key strategic partners, and so this new long-term agreement to supply our innovative software and services across four key product verticals is significant. “This is testament to the long standing and strong relations between Flutter and Playtech, and we look forward to continuing to work with Flutter in its core markets to support Paddy Power, Betfair and Sky Casino over the next five years,” he said, Tags: Betfair Flutter Entertainment Playtech Paddy Power Sky Casino Topics: Online casino The agreement will see Playtech supply content including live casino across the three brands’ online gambling offerings for their operations in markets throughout Europe.
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