Green Jade Games lands Malta supplier licence

first_img Online gaming content developer Green Jade Games has secured a new supplier licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), allowing it to begin offering its products to operators in a range of regulated markets. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Legal & compliance 5th August 2019 | By contenteditor Tags: Online Gambling Green Jade Games lands Malta supplier licence Legal & compliance Regions: Europe Southern Europe Malta Online gaming content developer Green Jade Games has secured a new supplier licence from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).The permit will enable the Malta-based developer to begin offering its products to MGA-licensed operators that are active in regulated markets.Green Jade Games has a wide range of slots and real-money arcade style games, including slot title Hammer of Fortune.The new Malta licence comes after Green Jade Games last month also secured approval from the GB Gambling Commission to begin operating in the UK.“Obtaining our licence from the MGA is the next step in our plans to provide our games to all of the major online casino operators in regulated and regulating markets around the world,” Green Jade Games’ chief executive, Benedict McDonagh, said.“Our games are truly unique and genuinely innovative and now that we hold an MGA permit we can offer them to more operators, and players, than ever before. It also proves that we are meeting the highest possible standards when it comes to responsible gambling and protecting players.” Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Addresslast_img read more

Gamesys suspends TV, radio ads amid Covid-19 lockdown

first_img The recently formed Gamesys Group has suspended all non-targeted customer marketing, including television and radio advertising, to protect customers and minors under lockdown as a result of novel coronavirus (Covid-19). Finance The recently formed Gamesys Group has suspended all non-targeted customer marketing, including television and radio advertising, to protect customers and minors under lockdown as a result of novel coronavirus (Covid-19).The group – created when JPJ Group acquired Gamesys last year – said it recognised that lockdowns to limit the spread of the virus could lead to vulnerable gamblers seeing many more advertisements, which could put them at greater risk.“The unprecedented Covid-19 crisis means that families across the UK are now spending the vast majority of their time living together at home, with the result that some children and some of those that may be at risk of gambling disorder, may be watching more television, listening to more radio and increasing consumption of other media platforms,” Gamesys explained.“In such an environment, the Gamesys board believes that it is prudent to suspend untargeted customer marketing and we have taken the precautionary decision to cease all TV and radio advertising in the UK until current social restrictions are eased.”As part of this suspension, the group’s Jackpotjoy brand will no longer sponsor ITV’s daytime chat show Loose Women. The show will instead be sponsored by domestic abuse charity Women’s Aid, to which Gamesys Group has also donated £200,000.“I am delighted to be able to announce our support for Women’s Aid to help it provide such a vital service during these extraordinary times,” Gamesys chief executive Lee Fenton said.“Like all businesses across the UK and those within our sector, we will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation carefully and operate based on official Government guidelines until we are ready to return to a normal course of business.”The group will continue to use targeted online marketing, but will also suspend direct-mail marketing and non-targeted digital ads.“Our business purpose of ‘crafting entertainment with care; has never been more relevant and we remain committed to providing a fun, safe and entertaining environment for our global customer base to enjoy,” Fenton added.The news was announced alongside a financial update for the first quarter of 2020. The operator said revenue increased 19% to £155.3m for the three months ended 31 March.The group said revenue growth was down to progress Asia and continued success in the UK, as well as double-digit growth in the US. Gamesys also experienced growth in most mainland European territories, but this was offset by continued struggles in Sweden.Although many businesses have been heavily affected by the virus, Gamesys Group said the second quarter of 2020 looks similar to the first in terms of revenue so far.“The Group has made a good start to Q2 and although it is still early in the period, trends are so far broadly in line with those experienced in Q1,” it noted. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address Topics: Finance Marketing & affiliates 23rd April 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Tags: Online Gambling Regions: UK & Ireland Gamesys suspends TV, radio ads amid Covid-19 lockdown AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterlast_img read more

Bragg sees net loss widen despite revenue growth in Q1

first_img Tags: Online Gambling 30th June 2020 | By contenteditor Finance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Toronto-listed supplier Bragg Gaming Group has put a €5.7m (£5.2m/$6.4m) net loss in the first quarter primarily down to the remeasurement of deferred and contingent costs related to its acquisition of Oryx Gaming.Revenue in the three months through to 31 March amounted to €8.8m, up 44% from €6.1m in the same period last year.Bragg said that this growth was down to organic growth from its existing customer base, supported by the addition of new clients including Admiral Group, SkillOnNet and Lottoland.Chief executive Dominic Mansour also noted the supplier’s focus on expanding its presence in the US igaming market, with plans to build on recent partnerships with Kambi and Seneca in the country.“We’re very pleased that we’ve been able to build on the strong trajectory that we achieved in 2019,” Mansour said. “We’ve continued to emphasise revenue diversification and have delivered strong growth across our operators, with the introduction of new features and functionality on our platforms.“We have continually improved our content pipeline and have signed multiple new customers globally.”Looking at spending for the quarter, selling, general and administrative expenses were up 10% year-on-year to €4.1m.Bragg said this was primarily due to the increase of salaries and subcontractors, which rose 35% to €2.4m as it expended its software development, product and analytics functions. Share-based payments spending in the period declined 85.7% from €700,000 to €100,000.Gross profit for the quarter was up by 38% from €2.9m to €4.0m, while adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) rocketed by 100% to €800,000.Bragg said this growth was underpinned by ongoing investment and innovation in its technology and product offering, including the hard launch of the Oryx Hub data analytics and customer engagement platform.However, despite these increases, Bragg saw its net loss widen from €2.0m in Q1 of last year to €5.7m. The supplier said this was due to the “remeasurement of deferred and contingent consideration” due to the vendor of the Oryx purchase, which amounted to €5.0m in additional costs. Bragg annonuced in May that it had amended the earn-out due to KAVO Holdings, the business from which it acquired Oryx. The earn-out, originally due on 30 June, has been pushed back to 30 September, with Bragg engaging Canaccord Genuity to advise as it works on raising funds to make the payment.Looking to the second quarter, Bragg said it has performed well in the period and expects revenue to increase 30% year-on-year as a result.As such, Bragg said its full-year guidance remains unchanged, with the business on track to post between €35m and €38m in revenue, which would represent an increase of around 43% on the prior year. Adjusted EBITDA is also expected to climb from €1.2m in 2019 to between €5.2m and €5.6m.center_img Email Address Bragg sees net loss widen despite revenue growth in Q1 Toronto-listed supplier Bragg Gaming Group has put a €5.7m (£5.2m/$6.4m) net loss in the first quarter primarily down to the remeasurement of deferred and contingent costs related to its acquisition of Oryx Gaming. Topics: Financelast_img read more

Norway notifies unified Gambling Act to EC

first_img13th August 2020 | By contenteditor Legal & compliance Norway notifies unified Gambling Act to EC The European Commission is to run the rule over Norway’s revised gambling legislation, that looks to unify the country’s Lottery Act, Gambling Act and Totalisator Act, while maintaining Norsk Tipping and Norsk Rikstoto’s monopolies in the market. The European Commission is to run the rule over Norway’s revised gambling legislation, that looks to unify the country’s Lottery Act, Gambling Act and Totalisator Act, while maintaining Norsk Tipping and Norsk Rikstoto’s monopolies in the market.Notification to the EC comes after the Norwegian Ministry of Culture in June launched a consultation on consolidating the country’s gambling laws into a single piece of legislation.While that consultation is due to run through to 29 September, the notification yesterday (12 August) means the legislation is subject to a standstill period running until 13 November.“The proposed act aims to prevent gambling problems and other negative consequences of gambling games, and to ensure that such games take place in a responsible manner,” the legislation explained. “This corresponds to the main objectives of the Norwegian gambling policy, which are to prevent problematic gambling activity and protect vulnerable players, prevent crime and prevent private profits from gambling.“The act will harmonise the legislation applicable to the gambling sector in Norway, and will provide a more coherent and systematic approach to risk assessment, enforcement and sanctions applicable to the sector.”At present, Norsk Tipping and Norsk Rikstoto hold monopolies in Norway, with sole rights to offer gambling games with a high turnover, high prizes or present the biggest risk of causing gambling-related problems.The revised act sets out that these operators would be subject to strict public control and must abide by requirements set out in their licences. These include having in place responsible gambling measures and methods to combat gambling-related crimes.Non-profit organisations would also be able to offer gambling games with low turnover and prizes of small value to players in the country.Meanwhile, an existing ban on payment transfer for deposits or winnings related to gambling offered by operators without a permit in Norway would stay in place, as would a provision for a percentage of profits from legal games to go to non-profit organisations.In terms of marketing, the act states that the promotion of legal games would be permitted on a limited basis, but operators must ensure these advertisements are presented in a safe and responsible manner.“Marketing shall not be targeted at certain vulnerable groups, such as minors or people who have opted out of marketing for gambling games,” the act said.The country’s regulator Lotteri-og Stiftelsestilsynet (Lotteritilsynet) would be given the power to enforce sanctions such as fines or suspensions on operators if they were to breach any of their licence condition.Lotteritilsynet could also request Norwegian internet service providers place warning messages on websites illegally targeting players in the country, thus informing players that they are operating without a licence.In addition, the act makes clear that additional regulations would be added after the basic act is approved and adopted. Details of these regulations would be released at a later date. Tags: Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops Regions: Europe Nordics Norway Topics: Legal & compliance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Addresslast_img read more

Scientific Games joins “Gift Responsibly” holiday campaign against underage lottery play

first_img“Social responsibility, integrity and transparency are cornerstones of Scientific Games, and we are extremely proud to continue the support, and stand with our lottery customers and the National Council on Problem Gaming in maintaining responsible play throughout the lottery industry,” Schaefer said. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Scientific Games National Council on Problem Gambling Carla Schaefer – Scientific Games’ VP responsible gaming – said lottery games were not designed for children and so it was proud to support the initiative again. Topics: Lottery Social responsibility Problem gambling Responsible gambling Regions: Canada Europe US Australia Scientific Games has participated in the campaign since 2018, and is the only lottery supplier participant. The campaign is endorsed by the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries (NASPL) and the World Lottery Association (WLA). “Thanks again to Scientific Games for their support of this important responsible gambling campaign,” NCPG executive director Keith Whyte said. “Vendors play an important role in providing responsible gambling services to their lottery customers and in educating their own employees.”  Gaming and lottery supplier Scientific Games has joined the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG)’s “Gift Responsibly. Lottery Tickets Aren’t Child’s Play” holiday campaign to discourage giving underage players lottery tickets as gifts.center_img “Lottery games are created to entertain, and intended to be played by adults. Lottery games are not child’s play, and we urge everyone to share this important message during the holiday season and always.” 4th December 2020 | By Conor Mulheir AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Responsible gambling All US and Canadian lotteries, as well as several in Europe and Australasia have joined the 2020 campaign to support responsible gambling and help raise awareness regarding the risks of underage lottery play. Scientific Games joins “Gift Responsibly” holiday campaign against underage lottery play Email Addresslast_img read more

Google offers users greater control over gambling ads

first_img Google offers users greater control over gambling ads Under the new feature, however, users may choose to see fewer gambling and alcohol ads with a single click in their ad settings. This can then be reversed if they choose. In developing the feature, Google has been working together with the International Alliance for Responsible Drinking (IARD) and its members, taking into account their experience in the standards for responsible alcohol advertising and marketing. Google has announced it will add a new feature to its ad settings, allowing users to see fewer advertisements for gambling. Tags: Google Google pointed out that it has long had features such as ‘mute this ad’, allowing users to indicate which ads they would prefer not to see. In addition, Google has its own policies which determine when and where gambling and alcohol advertising may be used in order to limit exposure to vulnerable groups. Countries with legal restrictions against gambling or alcohol advertising will not see any change in their policies, Google said. The search engine giant said the new controls – which also offer a restriction on alcohol advertising – have been introduced in response to feedback that some people would prefer to limit ads in certain sensitive categories. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 11th December 2020 | By Conor Mulheir The update comes at a time where gambling advertising is increasingly under fire. Regulatory changes in Spain recently banned all gambling advertising outside the hours of 1:00AM and 5:00AM, including on YouTube. “We believe this new feature is an important step in user choice and control,” Google said. “We’ll continue to improve our controls; and as our products and people’s expectations of them evolve, so will the features we make available to personalize ad experiences.” In Germany’s newly-regulating igaming market, casino marketing is prohibited altogether. The UK government’s review of its Gambling Act will also see gambling advertising come under scrutiny, as MPs explore the harms or benefits of bonusing, sports sponsorship, and advertising in general. Marketing Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Marketing & affiliates Marketing “As a responsible producer and member of IARD, we are determined to set and deliver new and robust standards of marketing responsibility,” Albert Baladi, chair of the IARD, said. “This significant new feature is a very important development for our sector, and it will have a meaningful impact for people around the world as it is rolled out across Google’s platform.” The feature will be rolled out gradually, beginning with YouTube Ads in the United States, with an aim to introduce the feature globally for Google Ads and YouTube in early 2021. Email Addresslast_img read more

Cirsa operating profit down 73.3% to €126m in 2020

first_img Regions: Spain Land-based and online gaming operator Cirsa has published its financial results for the full year 2020, showing an operating profit of €126m (£108.5m/$152.9m) from an operating revenue of €842m. 24th February 2021 | By Conor Mulheir However, the business made a net loss of €254.6m as expenses declined more slowly than revenue amid land-based suspensions. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Full year operating revenue was down from €1.64bn in the full year 2019, a year which saw the company make an operating profit of €472.7m and a net loss of €6.7m. The time spent closed varied by jurisdiction, it pointed out, stating that while venues in Spain reopened for a period after just 86 days, the land-based sector remained closed in Panama for some 7 months and in Peru for around 9 months. Full year results 2020 Cirsa operating profit down 73.3% to €126m in 2020 In the fourth quarter of the year, the operator generated €211m in operating revenue, down from €537.6m in Q4 2019, and €51m in operating profit, down from a net operating profit of €53m in the previous year. When venues were permitted to reopen, at different intervals depending on the local decrees of the different jurisdictions Cirsa operates in, the operator said the group managed to reduce the impact on revenue and results in spite of a large reduction in operating capacity. It also said the group’s solid financial structure allowed it to maintain high levels of liquidity throughout the year.center_img Tags: Cirsa The year provided 45% fewer productive hours than usual, it said, however its “Secure Gaming” plan allowed it to mitigate the impact of this and recover its customer base and income. Its Sportium subsidiary, which mainly focuses on the Spanish retail betting market, maintained a good level of activity, it said, and the efficient management of resources helped maximise revenue and minimise costs throughout the year. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Cirsa said Sportium’s digital channel, which remained fully operational throughout the year, continued its progression towards significant growth rates. After a strong start in January and February, which the operator said was up 28% over 2019, the impact of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic saw revenues suffer a serious impact from March following the widespread suspension of its land-based operations across several jurisdictions. Its casino and bingo hall divisions were hit hard by closures across the globe, the operator said, but the Secure Gaming plan allowed it to return to a good level of activity in these when venues were allowed to reopen. Topics: Casino & games Finance Sports betting Bingo Land-based casino Online casino Full year results 2020 While slot machine revenue suffered significantly, the operator said the Manhattan and Pharaoh’s Gold games launched by its UNIDESA B2B subsidiary became the best performing slots on the market. Email Addresslast_img read more

William Hill launches online and mobile sports betting in Tennessee

first_imgSports betting Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter New customers who make a deposit will also benefit from a risk-free sports bet of up to $2,021, with players able to access the app and website from anywhere inside Tennessee. 12th March 2021 | By Robert Fletcher William Hill has announced the launch of both its online and mobile sportsbook products in the US state of Tennessee. Regions: Tennessee “We will have thousands of markets available, including for your local favourites, live in-game betting, and daily promotions and bonuses for players.” Tags: William Hill Topics: Sports betting Online sports bettingcenter_img Tennessee becomes the 12 US jurisdiction in which William Hill has launched its online and mobile sports betting products. Read the full story on iGB North America. “As we head into one of the most exciting times of the year for sports fans, the William Hill app will make March moments even more interesting for Tennessee bettors,” William Hill US president of digital Kenneth Fuchs said. William Hill launches online and mobile sports betting in Tennessee Available as of yesterday (11 March), players in the state will be able to wager on a wide range of sports and access a selection of bet types, including live, in-play wagering. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Addresslast_img read more

Benaud inducted as 40th Legend of Australian Sports Hall of Fame

first_img Cricket CricketLatest Sports NewsSports BusinessNewsSportSportstars Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Cricket One of cricket’s most famous names who rose to become the voice of the sport he graced as an outstanding performer on the field, Richie Benaud will be inducted as the 40th Legend of Australian Sports Hall of Fame.The announcement to honour Benaud posthumously as a “Legend” by the Sport Australia Hall of Fame has come on what would have been his 88th birthday (October 6). Benaud was described in the announcement as “a daring captain, a charming personality and a marvellous commentator… (who) traversed generations to become one of the most influential figures in cricket history.” Cricket Tokyo Olympics: BCCI provides fuel in Indian Olympic flame, to contribute Rs 10 crore Facebook Twitter Previous articleHima replicates Mary Kom success story, but has long way to go: Neerav TomarNext articlePrithvi showed he is different quality player: Kohli Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. 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OnlineTLC’s So Freaking Cheap Takes Penny-Pinching to the ExtremeE! OnlinePaying tribute to the legendary leg-spinning all-rounder with 11,719 first-class runs, 23 centuries, and 945 wickets to his credit, Sport Australia Hall of Fame chairman John Bertrand said Benaud “transcended the sport of cricket”.“He was the oracle of the game. A champion of the game, captained Australia 28 times over 63 Tests, he went on to become our most trusted and influential cricket broadcaster over a career spanning an incredible 48 years. He was the man,” Bertrand added.LEGEND ANNOUNCEMENT: A daring captain, a charming personality and a marvellous commentator, the late Richie Benaud OBE will be officially elevated to become the 40th Legend of Australian Sport.Read: https://t.co/HbLwPOiG0y#SAHOF #HALLofFAME pic.twitter.com/vS7fwvxijx— Sport Aus HallofFame (@SportAusHoF) October 6, 2018Among the most outstanding cricketing brains, Benaud had never lost a series as captain and was the first to accomplish the Test double of 2,000 runs and 200 wickets. He is also one of the rare group of Australian cricketers to have scored both 10,000 runs and taken 500 wickets in first-class cricket.His Widow Daphne Benaud said Richie, who passed away in 2015 aged 85, would be proud to sit among such company as he had the utmost admiration for them. “Knowing he is up alongside those two would have made him extremely thrilled and honoured because he had such respect for both of them,” she said. “The family is most honoured by it too. We’re delighted and very much looking forward to the evening.”Benaud will be only the third cricketer to become a Legend, alongside Sir Donald Bradman (1993) and Keith Miller (2004).Benaud in 2008 was unanimously recommended for the greatest honour an Australian sportsperson would admire for. But the legend had himself requested to defer the honour as he was active in media and cricket as a commentator and columnist. He had been an inaugural member of the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 1985.An elevation to the Legend’s status for a Hall of Fame member is the most prestigious honour for an Australian sportsperson. 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ICC floats RFP for trophy, award, medal design and production services

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