Tag Archives: igaming business

888 keeps an eye on the competition

888.com has signed a deal to use iGaming Business‘ new Social Monitor product to measure and analyse its social media presence and that of its competitors. Created iGaming Business and social media monitoring company SCRM Cloud, Social Monitor is a managed enterprise-class solution for bespoke social media monitoring, analytics and engagement needs. The tool is entirely customisable and can monitor any iGaming brand …

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Get ready for London Baby! 2015

Preparations are starting for the sports betting industry’s most popular networking night around the world’s most popular gaming show – London Baby! Once again London Baby! is being held on the first night of the ICE Totally Gaming Show in London (3 February) in a central London location and plans to be bigger, better and more popular than ever before. …

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Bitcoin4iGaming Conference hosts panel on the advantages of Bitcoin for iGaming

The Bitcoin4iGaming Conference, hosted by iGaming Business, is running an interactive panel titled “The Advantages of Bitcoin for iGaming.” The Bitcoin4iGaming Conference will take place on the 24th November 2014 at Dexter House in London, which aptly was the Royal Mint from 1809 to 1968 where all coins in the United Kingdom were manufactured (minted). The session aims to let you hear first hand …

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Matonis to speak at Bitcoin4iGaming

iGaming Business, organisers of the Bitcoin4iGaming Conference, announced today that Jon Matonis, Executive Director of the Bitcoin Foundation, will headline the opening session on November 24, 2014 at 9:30am. The Bitcoin4iGaming Conference will take place on the 24th November 2014 at Dexter House in London, which aptly was the Royal Mint from 1809 to 1968 where all coins in the …

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Bitcoin event is proper Mint

A new conference focusing on the roles between bitcoin and igaming has been launched by iGaming Business. Bitcoin4iGaming  will take place on the 24 November 2014 at Dexter House in London, which aptly was the Royal Mint from 1809 to 1968 where all coins in the United Kingdom were minted. Currently Bitcoin and other crypto currencies represent a very small …

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