The SBC Weekly Digest for 23/10/20

Your weekly roundup of the most popular articles from SBC News, SBC Americas, CasinoBeats, SlotBeats, Insider Sport & Payment Expert.



Good week for…

Led by strong online growth and a sustained recovery in the US sports betting sector, William Hill has anticipated an increase in its overall online performance by 4% during Q3.

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Following a record performance in Q1 of its 2021 fiscal year, the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation recorded total revenues of $492.8m in its first quarter, $70.9m more than the previous year.

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Bad week for…

Following nine days of negotiations between local leaders and Downing Street, casinos and betting shops across Manchester, Liverpool and Lancashire were forced to close their doors due to new COVID restrictions.

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The Uruguayan Government will investigate 12 public organisations due to alleged misuse of public funds, including the National Directorate of Lotteries and Quinielas.

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“Betting needs to be at the forefront of digitalisation. Compared to other industries, we should be positive in that we have adapted to challenges better than the majority of sectors.”

Jesper Svensson, CEO of Betsson Group, addresses the difficulties facing the gambling industry as much of the world braces itself for a second lockdown.

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Following a record performance from newly-acquired Red Tiger, NetEnt reported a 17.6% increase in revenues during Q3, rising from SEK443m in 2019 to SEK521m.

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Virginia Lottery ticket sales have increased by approximately 36% to $181.5m in the first three months of the fiscal year following the recent approval of internet sales.

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Liverpool and Manchester United are said to be taking part in discussions to join a new European Premier League, which would comprise 18 teams from across the continent.

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A QTech Games report, based on a 20-day tournament exclusively featuring Thunderkick’s slot portfolio, showed a 26.3% jump in gross gaming revenue with QT Tournament rounds soaring by 24%.

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Panelists at Betting on Sports Europe – Digital assess the impacts of the Independent Review Panel into tennis integrity and whether its recommendations are still applicable 18 months later.
Recommended Reading
Issue 11 of the SBC Magazine is here, featuring a multitude of key discussions with industry executives across a variety of gaming and betting environments worldwide.

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Panelists at this week’s Betting on Sports Europe – Digital looked at whether cash is now an antiquated payment method and the impact of cashless payments on the future of betting’s retail landscape.

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With US 2020 elections drawing closer by the day, SportCaller MD Cillian Barry analyses how free-to-play is demonstrating its versatility for the pivotal Presidential race.

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Discussions at Betting on Sports Europe – Digital considered the ways to raise industry standards in terms of social responsibility after concerns that public trust in the sector is ‘waning’.

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Artículos Recomendados
Araksi Sargsyan, responsable de Desarrollo de Negocios de DS Virtual Gaming, va a fondo sobre las oportunidades presentes y las proyecciones a futuro de los deportes virtuales.

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ICS-digital realizó un reporte en exclusiva para SBC sobre las tendencias del marketing digital para mercados de juego online en Latinoamérica.

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