AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Casino & games Topics: Casino & games Sports betting Tech & innovation Video gaming Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 19th November 2018 | By contenteditor Inspired Entertainment has become the exclusive provider of online virtual sports to BetStars, the The Stars Group’s proprietary sports betting brand. The agreement will see a range of Inspired’s scheduled and on-demand virtual sports titles rolled out for the brand.Inspired will kick off the partnership by rolling out its Rush Football 2 game on BetStars’ dot.com site. The product has been developed using motion capture technology to offer as realistic a betting experience as possible for customers.Steve Rogers, chief commercial officer for virtual sports at Inspired, said he was delighted to have partnered what he described as “a powerhouse” in the online and mobile wagering market.“This agreement gives us the ability to appeal to one of the largest base of players around the world,” he added.Image: Inspired New partnership will see Inspired’s Rush Football 2 rolled out BetStars.com Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Video Gaming Inspired pens virtual sports deal with BetStars
theScore prepares for NJ launch following DGE approval 16th August 2019 | By contenteditor Legal & compliance Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: US New Jersey The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has cleared Canadian media business theScore to launch its Bet.Works-powered sportsbook in the state.This will see theScore soft launch its mobile sportsbook product for a select group of punters over the coming days.Should this limited roll out go with a hitch, the regulator will give theScore the green light for a full launch, which is expected to take place ahead of the start of the 2020 National Football League (NFL) season, which kicks off on 5 September.“This is a huge milestone and a result of the tireless hard work that has gone into getting our sportsbook ready for launch,” theScore founder and chief executive John Levy said.Read the full story on iGB North America.Image: Famartin Email Address AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has cleared Canadian media business theScore to launch its Bet.Works-powered sportsbook in the state. Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting
3rd October 2019 | By contenteditor Sports betting BetRivers.com launches as first online sportsbook in Indiana Email Address Topics: Sports betting Rush Street Interactive and the French Lick Casino Resort have launched the first legal online sportsbook in Indiana.BetRivers.com will be available both online and mobile from today (3 October), with users able to place wagers on a wide range of sporting events.Players can register and bet instantly online or mobile, as Indiana sports betting regulations do not require in-person registration at a casino. Subject to approval by the Indiana Gaming Commission, players will receive a match bonus up to $250 on their first deposit.Confirmation of the official launch comes after the Indiana Gaming Commission gave its approval to the new digital sports betting service.“What better time to launch than in the height of football season, the start of baseball playoffs and just before basketball returns,” Rush Street Interactive president Richard Schwartz said.Read the full story on iGB North America.Image: formulanone Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Rush Street Interactive and the French Lick Casino Resort have launched the first legal online sportsbook in Indiana. Regions: US Indiana Tags: Mobile Online Gambling AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter
Tags: Online Gambling Israel tax settlement slashes Aspire Global’s 2019 profits AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 18th February 2020 | By contenteditor Aspire Global has put a 97.5% year-on-year decline in net profit for 2019 primarily down to a major tax settlement in Israel, though the igaming solutions provider was able to report an increase in revenue for the year. Email Address Topics: Finance Aspire Global has put a 97.5% year-on-year decline in net profit for 2019 primarily down to a major tax settlement in Israel, though the igaming solutions provider was able to report an increase in revenue for the year.Net revenue for the 12 months to 31 December 2019 totalled €131.4m (£109.5/$142.4m), up by 26.0% from €104.6m in the previous year.The majority of revenue was derived from Aspire’s B2B segment, which accounted for €81.1m (or 62.0% of overall revenue), a year-on-year increase of 43.3%.In comparison, B2C revenue from Aspire’s proprietary brands totalled €50.3m for the full year, a 4.8% rise.Focusing on geographical performances, Aspire reported declines from the Nordics and the UK and Ireland. Nordic revenue fell 16.6% to €25.2m, with the UK and Ireland’s contribution down 8.3% to €18.7m. This left the rest of Europe as the supplier’s largest region in terms of revenue, accounting for €83.2m following a 62.8% year-on-year rise.The rest of the world’s contribution was up 48.3%, albeit from a low base, to €4.3m.However, alongside this revenue increase Aspire also saw spending climb, with overall costs for the year hiking by 30.1% from €81.3m to €105.8m. Aspire saw the largest increase within its distribution expenses, which were up 35.9% to €87.1m.Gaming duties declined to €4.2m, but administrative expenses were up 14.1% to €14.6m, mainly due to ongoing investment in technology and new hires. In addition, depreciation and amortisation costs rocketed 105.3% to €3.9m primarily as a result of higher capitalised development costs related to Aspire’s proprietary technology assets.Higher spending pushed operating income down 8.3% year-on-year to €17.7m for the year, while income before taxes also fell by 13.3% to €16.9m.However, it was the Israeli tax settlement in December that hit Aspire hardest. At the end of 2019, Aspire announced that it was to pay €13.7m in retroactive tax in the country after reaching an agreement with authorities.The payment to the Israel Tax Authority related to a tax audit that examined management and control jurisdiction, the busines tax base, and transfer pricing among the group entities.The resolution brought an end to all related investigations into the company in Israel, Aspire noted.This tax payment, coupled with income tax payments amounting to €1.4m, meant net income before company share in the results of associated companies fell 89.7% to €1.9m. After a net loss of €1.5m from these companies, net income for the year amounted to €405,000, down 97.5% from €16.2m in 2018.However, Aspire did note that earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) for the year climbed 2.4% to €21.7m, with its EBITDA margin falling from 20.3% to 16.5%.Reflecting on the full-year results, Aspire’s chief executive Tsachi Maimon was largely upbeat, focusing on revenue and EBITDA growth during the year.“I am pleased to conclude that we have delivered another year of strong growth, despite changes in the market environment,” Maimon said. “Revenues increased by 26% to €131.4m with an EBITDA margin of 16.5%, in line with our financial targets.“We have proven that our strategy is efficient, and we have a solid foundation to continue to expand our business through organic growth and M&A.”In terms of Aspire’s performance in the final quarter of the year, revenue was down 2.0% to €32.2m, primarily due to a 18.4% drop in B2C revenue to €11.1m. However, Aspire was able to partially offset this with a 9.8% increase in its B2B revenue to €21.2m.Net loss for Q4 stood at €12.1m, compared to a net income of €4.6m last year, as a result of the tax payment in Israel. Income before tax for the quarter was down 56.7% to €2.6m, while operating income slipped 33.3% to €4.4m. In addition, EBTIDA fell by 33.6% year-on-year to €4.4m.“We had a somewhat disappointing last quarter of the year due to new regulatory requirements in regulated markets, such as the UK, as well as markets to become regulated,” Maimon said.“Compliance is top on our agenda and we swiftly adapt to new regulatory requirements, knowing that our longer-term benefits are larger than the short-term impact.“Our settlement with the Israeli tax authorities had a significant impact on net income and earnings per share in the quarter.”Looking ahead, Aspire said it aims to have revenue of €200m by the end of 2021, with an EBTIDA of €32m, and Maimon said that the business remains confident of hitting these targets.“Our broad market presence and product offering give us a solid foundation for sustainable profitable growth,” Maimon said. “We will continue to enhance our multi-vertical offering while maintaining the search for M&A – opportunities, supported by our strong balance sheet.” Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Finance
19th May 2020 | By contenteditor Legal & compliance GC: No spike in illegal gambling complaints amid Covid-19 Regions: UK & Ireland Email Address There has been no evidence of a spike in complaints regarding illegal online gambling in Great Britain since the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) hit, according to the country’s Gambling Commission.Data released by the regulator shows that a total of 12 complaints in relation to nine sites were filed in March, with a further 11 complaints raised against 11 websites in April.The April figure was relatively level year-on-year, with last year seeing a total of nine complaints raised against 20 different websites.The Commission said the level of complaints also remained level over the past 12 months – from April 2019 to April this year. The only anomaly came in January 2020 when 31 complaints were filed against 35 sites, which the regulator put down to Curacao-based enterprises attempting to entice British consumers who were self-excluded.Looking at the content of consumer complaints over the past 12 months, the main reason for concern was that a website allowed players from Britain to gamble, with 85 complaints raised.A total of 24 complaints were in relation to a player being unable to withdraw funds, while 19 were focused on marketing and advertising, and 12 regarding sites fraudulently claiming to be licensed by the Gambling Commission.Other areas of concern included refusal to pay out funds, self-exclusion issues, charging for tipster services, cloned websites and underage access.“Our data does not indicate there has been an increase in any illegal gambling in Britain during the Covid-19 crisis,” the Commission’s executive director Richard Watson said. ”It is an area we monitor carefully and where we find problems we use our broad range of investigatory powers, alongside stakeholders such as software providers, payment businesses and hosting companies.“Tackling illegal websites and unlicensed operators is challenging and it is also resource intensive, but we are committed to continuing our work in this area to protect consumers here in Britain.”The Commission has a team of specialists to monitor reports of illegal gambling, using a number of tools to combat illegal sites and ensure they are not offering services to British consumers. The regulator also works with the National Cyber Security Centre to educate both the industry and public about the risks of illegal activities.Publication of the new data comes after the Commission last week also revealed that more people in the UK had stopped gambling under lockdown than started or increased play.A YouGov study, commissioned by the regulator, found that 1.8% of respondents said they had stopped gambling entirely in the past four weeks, while a further 3.3% said reduced gambling spend. Some 4.8% also cut the time they spent playing. Topics: Legal & compliance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Online Gambling There has been no evidence of a spike in complaints regarding illegal online gambling in Great Britain since the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) hit, according to the country’s Gambling Commission.
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Through this campaign, Haier is shattering the gender bias and issues that are hindering our move to create an equal world for all, states a Press release.As a part of the series, the campaign unfolded with a video on Pay Gap that beautifully brings out Dipa’s vigour and strength through several athletic moves and portrays her as a warrior to destroy the issue of unequal pay for women. With an aim to ‘Change the Narrative’, the video series will focus on different challenges and biases against women that prevails in the society in today’s world.Participating to express the views on the gender wage gap, influencers chimed in on social media and applauded the campaign by Haier. Speaking out against Pay Gap, these women influencers pressed on how women contribute equally as much as men in their roles and these gender inequalities must end to create an equal world.NS Satish, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing at Haier Appliances India said, “At Haier, we are constantly working towards touching upon subjects that hold a matter of relevance in our society. This Women’s Day, we wanted to highlight some of the major stereotypes that are deeply entrenched in society and act as a barrier for women in realizing their dreams. Our new campaign is a testament to our philosophy of ‘Inspired Living’ where we are trying to defy these norms through the courage and passion of India’s inspiring women athlete, Dipa Karmakar.”Raj Kamble, Founder and CCO, Famous Innovations adds, “We are proud to work on a project that is defying the gender biases in today’s world. Through this video series, we have not only tried to highlight the prevalent barriers that women face in the present day society but also showcased a powerful way to defy these with strong grit and passion.”When it comes to campaigns, Haier has always displayed originality and innovation in its overall conceptualization and communication. Following the core brand philosophy of ‘Inspired Living’, Haier derives inspiration from listening to the consumer needs to create solutions that complement their evolving lifestyles.The video series, conceptualized and created in collaboration with Famous Innovations was released on 08 March 2020 across all leading social media platforms. 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