Tag Archives: Luckia

Betclic takes aim at Santa Casa in latest Portuguese advertising campaign

French betting group Betclic has courted controversy after launching its new Portuguese advertising campaign ‘Censurado – (Censored)’ featuring popular comedian António Raminhos. The integrated campaign, which features the slogan ‘The ad that TV could not approve’, sees Raminhos ‘bleeped out’ on TV formats as he tries to explain the benefits of wagering on Betclic against Placard– the digital property of Portuguese …

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Spanish leaders commit to CAJR advisory promoting ‘health & responsiblity’

Spanish gambling executives have formed a new ‘advisory committee for responsible gambling’, with Spain having revamped its online gambling framework this year, and expanding its market to new incumbents in 2019. The ‘Consejo Asesor del Juego Responsible – CAJR’ advisory has been approved by Spanish gambling regulatory body DGOJ, and will act as the betting industry’s point of contact with Spain’s …

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Luckia backs Galician development for start of new Spanish football season

Ahead of the start of La Liga’s new football season (17 August), Spanish bookmaker Luckia has outlined its commitment to developing and improving Galician football. A subsidiary of Grupo EGASA, one of Galicia’s biggest employers, Luckia has launched its “A Xogada” project in partnership with the Galician Football Federation (RFG). Starting with Spain’s football season for 2018/19 and beyond, Luckia …

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Luckia points to a ‘cautious approach’ for Portuguese market entry

Spanish gambling group Luckia (Grupo Egasa) has confirmed that it will expand its commercial operations within Portugal, having been granted a license to operate sports betting and gambling provisions by Portuguese authorities. Closing its 2017 accounts, in which the Galician operator recorded group revenues €500 million, Luckia governance states that ‘Portugal will be the firm’s next new market destination’. However, …

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Blackstone eyes tricky Codere Spain buyout

Spanish business news source OK Diario has reported that US multi-national private equity firm Blackstone is preparing a bid for Grupo Codere, Spain’s largest gambling operator. The private equity firm, seeks to create the world’s leading Spanish-language gambling/betting group, merging its recently acquired Grupo CIRSA asset with Codere’s enterprise. In its report, OK Diario details that Blackstone executives have turned …

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Luckia Spain commits to NYX gaming systems extension

Continuing to reshape its digital overhaul, Spanish gambling operator Grupo EGASA has confirmed that subsidiary Luckia (luckia.es) has renewed its online gaming services partnership with NYX Gaming Group (NYX) platform system provisions for a further seven years. The partnership extension will see Luckia’s Spanish online casino provisions serviced by NYX group’s ‘Open Gaming’ and ‘Open Platform’ system provisions.  In addition …

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Luckia Spain upgrades betting platform with SBTech

Spanish multi-channel gambling operator Luckia has announced that it has upgraded its online sports betting platform to SBTech provisions. Updating stakeholders, Luckia management detailed that a new optimised betting platform was needed in order to meet its growth targets for the Spanish market and in order to meet increasing customer demands. The Galicia-based operator partners with SBTech following a review …

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Luckia goes local with Celta de Vigo

Grupo EGASA (EGASA) Spanish online gambling brand Luckia (Luckia.es) has confirmed that it has become the official betting partner of La Liga football club Celta de Vigo (Celta).   Confirming the sponsorship, which will see the Luckia brand promoted on the back of Celta’s 2016/17 football shirt, EGASA governance was pleased to have partnered with its local Galician football club. …

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Luckia partners with NYX Gaming for Spanish & Latin American digital expansion

Spanish gambling operator Luckia Gaming Group (Luckia) has selected NYX Gaming Group (NYX) as its main platform provider, as the company looks to expand its digital services and capabilities. Updating the market Toronto TSX-listed NYX detailed that it had signed a long-term agreement with Luckia, which will see the technology provider supply digital gaming provisions for its core market of Spain …

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