Tag Archives: california

Winning Post: US stats show all the signs of being over-stretched

Having reviewed the monthly revenue stats of US wagering’s current ‘big-3’ states New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan. Regulus Partners warns that bonus-inflated metrics are not an effective measure to gauge the total addressable market (TAM) of a disrupted US gambling marketplace… September marks a seasonal return of US sports as well as a Northern hemisphere seasonal uplift in igaming activity. …

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Winning Post – US regulation… Are we California Dreamin?

Industry strategic consultancy Regulus Partners examines a week of tribal movements on Californian wagering legislations, and potential impacts on how the US’ biggest and richest state will move to implement its sports betting frameworks… Last week a group of 18 Indian tribes in California, including some of the most powerful, moved to put sports betting on the ballot of the 2020 …

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Ladbrokes backs Irish boxing champion Jason Quigley

Hours before he is set to defend his NABF middleweight title, Jason Quigley has been announced as the official Ladbrokes Boxing Ambassador.  The initial deal, which is set to run for one year, will see Ladbrokes work closely with Quigley as the currently undefeated competitor works towards a possible World Championship bout in 2020. Irish-born Quigley showed his appreciation to …

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6 of the Best – Gamban’s Daniel Umfleet

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This week’s 6 of the Best comes from Daniel Umfleet, Managing Director of Gamban. Continue reading to discover an expensive World Series escapade, an album and movie crossover and how betting on yourself can really pay off. Best Holiday  This is a hard one to pin down. I’ve been very lucky in my travels with Gamban thus far, and have seen some …

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Winning Post: Is horseracing + slots a cold turkey?

Have global racing stakeholders, hidden the sport’s structural shortcomings through a dependence on gaming machines to generate revenues. Industry strategic consultancy Regulus Partners investigates this complex dependence partnership… ____________________ Horseracing and gaming machines have a curiously intertwined history on both sides of the pond. In the UK, the reduction in LBO gaming machine stakes from this week is already causing a …

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Winning Post – The importance of timing for UK gambling regulation

Regulus Partners, the strategic consultancy focused on international gambling and related industries, takes a look at some key developments for the gambling industry in its ‘Winning Post’ column. UK: In Parliament – Timing is Everything There are few sure things in matters of gambling regulation but it is looking increasingly likely that the reduction in maximum stakes on betting shop …

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CashBet bolsters senior executive team with Gaur & Kanter appointments

California based blockchain-powered igaming platform provider CashBet has moved to strengthen its senior executive team. Updating the market, CashBet confirms the senior executive appointments of Tarun Gaur as Vice President of Engineering, alongside Jeremie Kanter as Vice President of Compliance. A seasoned technology lead, specialising in machine learning and software architectures, Gaur has previously held leadership roles as Vice President …

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Sportech expands US focus as governance aims to reverse 2017 declines

London-listed betting and racing systems provider Sportech Plc has detailed its corporate recovery plan, following a tough 2017 in which the company restructured its operations having undertaken strategic review and cost reduction programme.   Publishing its full-year 2017 results, Sportech governance declares corporate losses of £23 million, as company trading was impacted by a number of high-cost write-downs. In its …

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Sportradar’s Neale Deeley: The quest for a legal, protected and competitive US market

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Sportradar’s Neale Deeley spoke to SBC News about the potential of a legalised sports betting market in the US, which he says has been both “overestimated” in terms of how quickly it can all become real, and “underestimated” in relation to the size of each state. For example, he notes that people know about California’s huge economy, but don’t realise that …

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