Tag Archives: H2 Gambling Capital

Genius Sports to power Betsul’s Brazilian sportsbook operations

To drive its sports betting business in the Brazilian market, online firm Betsul has partnered with Genius Sports to leverage the latter’s data, technology and broadcast solutions.  Genius will provide the Latin American operator with its suite of data-backed outsourced solutions such as PreMatch, LiveTrading and Risk, and in order to maximise turnover, margins and control, Betsul will have ‘full …

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IBIA and H2 Gambling Capital extend data partnership

H2 Gambling Capital will continue to operate as the official betting market data provider of the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA), as the two organisations renew their partnership.  The extension of the agreement between the global betting integrity body and gambling market data provider will see the IBIA continue to leverage H2’s database of two million data points across more …

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IBIA bolsters Dutch presence with BetCity.nl membership

BetCity.nl, the Dutch-facing subsidiary of BetEnt B.V, has fulfilled one of the requirements of its licence conditions, joining the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA). One of the key criteria of membership of the regulated Dutch online sports betting and gaming market, under the terms of the KOA Act implemented on 1 October, is membership of an international integrity monitoring body. …

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Year in Review Part Four – UKGC reaches conclusions and M&A sagas come to a close

The final quarter of the year saw huge news across a range of areas of the international betting and gaming industry, as two major acquisition sagas concluded – with differing results – and the UKGC made a number of important announcements.  In the second half of 2021, the betting sector closely followed a prominent transatlantic development, as major US player …

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BtoBet: Over-regulation and opportunities in the European sports betting sector

Regulatory developments in the European sports betting gaming sector have created both hurdles and opportunities for the continent’s operators, as the UK and Germany implement restrictions while the Netherlands opens its doors. Publishing its latest report, ‘European Sportsbook Opportunities in an Increasingly Complex Scenario’, BtoBet highlighted the potentially lucrative market of the Netherlands – where football and other sports have …

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IBIA finds ‘no corruption issues’ across 99.96% of regulated markets

Khalid Ali, IBIA CEO

The International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) has released its ‘optimum’ study into betting regulation, assessing 20 jurisdictions across six continents, finding no evidence of corruption across the vast majority of surveyed markets. Covering ‘a range of licencing models,’ the study collected fiscal and integrity data from multiple regulated betting operators – representing almost 50% of all commercial online betting activity …

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H2 – Gambling maintains its growth profile, as sector prepares for critical summer trading

Q1 analysis undertaken by H2 Gambling Capital has observed that the industry has maintained B2C and B2B growth despite continued trading against volatile lockdown conditions and regulatory headwinds in Germany and the Nordics.   Recording a year-on-year revenue increase of 42%, global gambling tracked a ‘weighted average EBITDA’ growth of 119%, as H2 noted that the sector’s primary growth driver was …

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Top five by 2024? RTSmunity tracks the growth of esports betting


The overall esports betting market size is projected to double in 2020, from $7 to $14 billion, but how does this total number translate to both gross gaming revenues (GGR) and profits for esports operators?  Writing for the latest issue of SBC Magazine, Ondřej Šilhavý from RTSmunity said that the GGR generated by esports betting globally – tracking at $343 …

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Svenska Spel urges government to ban lottery betting

Svenska Spel

Svenska Spel has called for the Swedish government to ban lottery betting, emphasising that ‘secondary lotteries’ are reducing the market share held by not-for-profit lottery operators. Svenska Spel CEO Patrik Hofbauer hit out at ‘shadow games’ operators for offering lotteries without a licence, which he argued poses a risk to the financial health of sports clubs and other nonprofits in …

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