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Lee Richardson – Gaming Economics – Africa…untapped gold?

In January Gaming Economics analysed the relationship between global sports-betting and television audiences for the English Premier League (EPL). We highlighted the fact that, despite garnering 15% of the global TV audience for the EPL, Africa woefully under-served its 1.4 billion population wanting to bet on the sport it undoubtedly adores. Does the continent therefore represent an opportunity on the …

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Lee Richardson – Gaming Economics – A Review of Gambling Corporate Acquisition in 2014

Big year, better year? The past twelve months have witnessed some of the biggest deals in the history of the e-gaming industry, despite a regulatory and taxation backdrop of unprecedented challenge and change, across the globe. Consolidation continues, and it already seems likely that next year will see more of where the large get larger, the middle gets squeezed and …

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Lee Richardson- EIG Berlin Report Part 2 – World Cup 2014 – Further Match & Betting Insights

In the final part of this EIG Berlin special report Lee Richardson Chief Executive of Gaming Economics presents further insight on game and betting market impacts that effected industry performance during Brazil 2014. Gaming Economics is an independent gaming consultancy specialising in providing sound business guidance for operators, suppliers and investors within the international e-gaming and betting industry. To view part one …

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Lee Richardson- EIG Berlin Report – World Cup 2014 Initial results, trends & observations.

Lee Richardson Chief Executive of Gaming Economics opens a series of content, interviews and industry commentary building up to the EIG Berlin Expo (21-23 October). In this two part  betting white paper, Richardson presents detail Gaming Economics betting analyses and observations regarding the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. A sports betting industry veteran Lee Richardson has held various senior management …

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