Tag Archives: Spain

Raketech expands Spanish vision with Infinileads network buyout

Raketech has acquired Spanish affiliate marketing publisher and lead generation specialist Infinileads SL, in a bid to expand its services for Latin America, Spain and Italy. Marked as an “important strategic milestone”, the acquisition of Infinileads – along with key assests Slotjava.es and Slotjava.it – sees Rakatech enhance its position within several of LatAm’s emerging markets, such as Argentina, Mexico and Peru, in addition to current Infinileads core …

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Dima Reiderman: Maintaining momentum in Spain’s disrupted igaming landscape

Following the publication of  the ‘Spain Betting Focus‘ report, BtoBet revealed that online casino growth had ‘closed the gap in the fight for the largest market share by vertical.’ Speaking to SBCNoticias, BtoBet COO Dima Reiderman outlined the growth prospects of the Spanish market following its continued adjustment to Royal Decree orders, as well as COVID-19 impacts on sports betting …

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GiG Comply: Helping operators adapt to the fast-changing compliance landscape

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“If you don’t value compliance then you don’t have a sustainable business model,” said GiG Head of Performance Marketing Jonas Petersen, who explained why GiG Comply is now a crucial companion for gambling operators adapting to the fast-changing compliance landscape. GiG Comply provides a web application software that allows operators to monitor their affiliate marketing websites for content including links, …

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DGOJ secures rights to reform Spain’s fragmented self-exclusion registry 

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Spain’s 17 autonomous communities have agreed to establish a cooperative framework on the management and data sharing of their individual gambling self-exclusion networks.  The principles of a cooperative framework were agreed upon at a meeting of Spain’s ‘Gambling Policy Council’, chaired by DGOJ Secretary-General Mikel Arana. To date, the majority of Spain’s autonomous communities have individually maintained their player gambling …

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Winning Post: The curious case of Portugal

Once deemed as an unworkable marketplace following its 2016 tax and regulatory reforms, Europe’s biggest operators are eyeing returning to compete in Portugal. Regulus Partners examines whether Portugal can continue to defy expectations and maintain its growth appeal catering to an enlarged igaming marketplace, or will it follow the all-too-familiar script of other European markets, where growth is drained by …

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Sacre Bleu! Stats Perform predicts France over the Three Lions for Euro 2020 glory

Teaming up with Stats Perform’s AI team, football analysis blog TheAnalyst.com has provided its ‘empirical answer’ as to who will win this summer’s UEFA 2020 European Championships (11 June to 11 July). Crunching the numbers on teams past and present performance, against a plethora of factors determining the likely outcome of the tournament’s groups and matches – Stats Perform has …

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Spain: Casino closes gap as online gambling revenues pass €850m

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The online gambling market in Spain generated €850.7m in 2020, an increase of 13.7% on the previous year, as casino almost completely closed the gap on sports betting in the battle for largest market share. As revealed in the ‘Spain Betting Focus‘ report published by BtoBet, sports betting still came out with the highest gross gaming revenue (GGR), with a …

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Martin Lycka: The importance of being liquid

Market-by-market, regulators face critical choices in how to govern the intricacies of managing product liquidity vital for all online gambling disciplines. Martin Lycka, Entain Plc’s Senior VP of North American Regulatory Affairs and Responsible Gambling examines how regulators should approach online gambling’s complex liquidity conundrum, maintaining a balance between effective market management and commercial appeal for consumers. ____________________ Liquidity is …

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Spanish operators warned of Garzón’s tax review intentions

Alberto Garzón, Spain’s Minister of Consumer Affairs, has revealed his department’s intentions to undertake a wholesale review of the country’s gambling’s tax regime across all licensed verticals. The minister made his statement in an interview with Europa Press radio, revealing that Spain’s Ministry of Consumer Affairs had ‘studied potential new formulas to tax gambling and sports betting operators’. Garzón maintained …

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Spain launches public consultation on tricky loot box judgement

Spain’s Ministry of Consumer Affairs has launched a public consultation seeking guidance on how to ‘modify the Gaming Law’ to include loot boxes as a gambling vertical.  The consultation has been launched with the primary focus of updating Spain’s gambling laws to allow regulatory agencies to judge consumer interactions on in-game purchases and incentives that require a financial transaction. An …

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