Case Studies

MGS Review – Iverson Gaming Systems – ‘Lessons from sea – cruise liner gaming’

Iverson Gaming Systems are one of the fastest growing providers of gaming management solutions worldwide. One of the niche markets in which they specialise is cruise liner gaming. The company operate on over 69 vessels across 11 fleets globally, with clients including P&O Cruises, Cunard, and Carnival. Matthew R. Brown, a recent speaker at the Macao Gaming Show (MGS), and …

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EiG Berlin Review : A global debate on the future of iGaming

Berlin, 28 October 2014 – A record number of international visitors and gaming operators to this year’s EiG in Berlin enjoyed an inspiring venue in the heart of the capital’s start-up hub as well as lively debates with global thought-leaders from inside and outside the industry. Last week’s EiG 2014 at the Arena Berlin delivered a packed schedule of unmissable …

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Harris Hagan Bulletin: Judicial Review a ‘clear cut case’

Specialist gaming law firm Harris Hagan has issued a bulletin detailing the outcome of the GBGA’s Judicial Review challenge to the point of consumption licensing regime. Here John Hagan digests some of the judgment. Mr Justice Green handed down his eagerly awaited Judgment this morning in the judicial review proceedings brought by the Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association (“GBGA”). In …

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Feel positive about Google+: Part 1 – The lowdown

In terms of the big players in online social marketing Google+ has often been cast aside in brands’ consideration of which network to focus their efforts on. The likes of Facebook and Twitter are deemed more effective and useful in reaching a large, target audience. Many are now beginning to realise however that overlooking Google+ has been a mistake. It’s …

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Anatomy of a match fixing bust

As the three men suspected of trying to manipulate the scorelines of football matches await sentencing today after being found guilty of conspiracy to commit bribery, the National Crime Agency has released some interesting detail on the case and explains why it moved to break up the proceedings when it did.  Earlier this week a jury at Birmingham Crown Court …

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Igaming searching for a contender

SBC’s Ted Menmuir looks at the state of the igaming supply chain and notices one name running through it like a stick of rock. In April Ladbrokes announced that it was on course to fulfil its migration to Playtech’s igaming services. The all-encompassing deal struck with the igaming software provider will see Ladbrokes drop its Microgaming inventory, as the sector …

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SBC Case Study – Building a Sports Betting Affiliate App – David Archer

David Archer, owner of FREEBETS.com, the leading affiliate and sports betting service, talks to Sports Betting Community about his firm’s new app, which was released earlier this month. FREEBETS.com has grown rapidly in the last year and we are well aware of how important mobile is in the online gaming and betting space. Simply put, if affiliates and operators are …

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SBC EIG Blog – Start Up Launch Pad Competition

A great line-up of companies for this year’s EiG13 Start-Up Launch Pad looking to pit their wits against an industry panel chaired by Melissa Blau. Five companies showcased their business with interactive participation from the audience voting for their favourite pitch overriding the judging panel’s verdicts to select the winner. Mark McGuinness reviews this years competing start-up as they seek …

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SBC EIG Blog – Jumio Interview Fraudster Tony Sales

Session – Jumio Interview Fraudster Tony Sales Session Information Today we sat in on the interview session with David Pope, marketing director of Jumio and a former  convicted fraudster, Tony Sales who targeted online gaming operators. Sales, now a Poacher turned Game Keeper and consultant to ‘large banks and retailers’ gave us a glimpse into the mind of a fraudster. …

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