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Betclic Everest waves adieu to the UK

French online gambling group Betclic Everest has confirmed that it has withdrawn its entire UK market presence. Last week, Betclic Everest brands – Betclic, Everest Gaming and Expekt – issued communications to players and marketing partners confirming their UK market withdrawal effective from 31 October. Post the withdrawal date, Betclic Everest brands will allow limited access to ‘My Account’ areas, allowing …

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Expekt shuts up shop in the UK

Expekt, one of Europe’s oldest online sportsbooks, has confirmed that it will no longer operate its services for the UK. Issuing a player communication, the Betclic Everest Group subsidiary confirms its UK market closure, informing customers that it will ‘suspend its activities for the British market as of 31/10/2019’. The legacy sportsbook will no longer accept UK deposits but will …

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Portugal’s online gambling law ‘fails to reduce unregulated market’

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A report commissioned by the Remote Gambling Association, has estimated that 68% of Portuguese online gamblers wager via unlicensed operators within the country. The Eurogroup Consulting Report, based on an online gamblers survey, “demonstrates that the Portuguese legislation has not achieved one of its key objectives, namely reducing the unregulated offer.” Regulator Serviço Regulação e Inspeção de Jogos do Turismo …

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Betclic expands Portuguese presence with Vitória FC partnership

Seeking to boost its profile in the recently regulated Portuguese online gambling market, French bookmaker Betclic (Betclic Everest Group) has announced that it has entered a betting partnership with Vitória FC. The bookmaker will become Vitória FC’s ‘Official Betting Partner’ for season 2016/17. Betclic confirms its first football partnership following the granting of its Portuguese online gambling licence in May. The operator …

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Betclic Everest reduces majority stake in bet-at-home by 10%

Issuing a short corporate statement Betclic Everest Group has confirmed that it will reduce its majority shareholding in Frankfurt-listed European betting operator bet-at-home AG by approximately 10%. The Malta based online betting operator which owns circa 67% of bet-at-home equity, will look to place 350,000 of its share capital for sale. Updating stakeholders’ and the market, Betclic governance issued the …

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Betclic re-enters Belgium following B+ licence approval

Belgium’s Gambling Commission (BGC) has granted Betclic Everest Group approval to offer licensed online sports betting and slot services under the betclic.be domain. The approval sees Betclic Everest re-enter the Belgium online gambling market, which it was forced to withdrawal from in 2012 following numerous complaints and fines from the Gambling Commission which saw its brands blacklisted by the BGC. …

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bet-at-home sees 77% earnings boost in 2014

European sports betting operator bet-at-home (Betclic Everest Group subsidiary) recorded a 77% full year earnings increase of €27.5 million (FY 2013: €15.4 million). The operator cited increased player activity driven through new marketing campaigns and the 2014 FIFA World Cup, as the key drivers for its positive performance. bet-at-home finalised its 2014, with increased gaming revenues of 25% to €107 …

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Betclic Everest re-launch Monte Carlo Casino

European online gaming company Betclic Everest Group (BEG) and the Monaco hotels to casinos group, SBM (The Société des Bains de Mer), are proud to announce the re-launch of Monte-Carlo Casino – www.montecarlocasino.com Isabelle Andres, CEO of BetClic Everest commented on the launch: “Designing the official online counterpart to the Monte-Carlo casino was always going to be a daunting challenge. …

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Betclic Everest closes Gibraltar operations ahead of Malta merger

Following its July corporate strategy review French sports betting operator Betclic Everest will close its Gibraltar operations and relocate business functions to its Malta based operational centre. The sports betting operator ran Betclic sports trading and administrative operations from Gibraltar. It was strongly presumed that the operator would close its Gibraltar operations, in favour of merging its business operations with …

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Betclic hires Svensson for commercial strategy role

Former Mr Green Chief Marketing Office Henrik Svensson, has been hired by European sports betting operator Betclic Everest, to oversee development marketing and commercial projects. Betclic informed staff this week, that Svensson would be joining Betclic’s commercial and marketing division on 1 September. Svensson, will work between Everest Betclic offices in Malta and London. Svensson will be tasked with helping …

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