The SBC Weekly Digest for 19/11/2021

Your weekly roundup of the most popular articles and videos from the SBC network, powered by Metric Gaming

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Good week for…
FLUTTER

Flutter marked its entry into the UK bingo market after entering an agreement to purchase Tombola Limited for $407 million.

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NEW JERSEY SPORTSBOOKS

New Jersey’s sportsbooks have broken a US record for the most money handled in one month, taking in $1.3 billion in October thanks to five weekends of live sporting events.

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Bad week for…
LOTTERY FRAUD

Action Fraud, the UK’s national reporting agency for fraud and cybercrime, has reported that nearly £1m has been lost to lottery-based fraud in the past seven months.

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VISA

Amazon has announced that, as of January next year, it will no longer accept UK-based Visa credit cards as payment due to the high processing fees charged in the market.

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“@2x
Fitzdares, CEO, William Woodhams, comments on how the UK betting sector has been impacted by technology.

“I see a sector that’s been revolutionised by technology. I’ve seen a sector that has lost all the personal touch – retail is closing every day, and the retail that is left, in many cases, isn’t an amazing experience.

“So I think you can either go right to the bottom and focus on offers, incentives and technology. Alternatively, you can go in the other direction and be all about customer experience.”

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NUMBERS GAME
$375 million
Tennessee’s sportsbooks have broken sales records for the second month in a row after reporting $375million in takings for October, a 45.9% increase on the previous record.

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37%
Gambling.com Group declared its 37% sales growth for the period ending 30 September, a figure significantly higher than anticipated.

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$4.7 billion
Aristocrat Leisure published its financial report for the period ending 30 September, revealing group revenue of $4.7 billion as a result of North American growth opportunities

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$16.4 million
Esports Entertainment Group posted revenues of $16.4 million during Q1 of FY2022, an increase of 86% quarter-on-quarter.

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VIDEO OF THE WEEK
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Low6’s Jamie Mitchell, discussed the ‘gold rush’ that awaits as the US market continues to open up.
Recommended Reading
The latest piece from Worldline underlined the importance of a cashless society placing a heightened emphasis on financial inclusion.

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Licensing expert David Clifton reflects on Safer Gambling Week and the new, more open style of engagement taken from the sector.

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The beginning of the regulated wagering market in the Netherlands has been a significant success when it comes to traffic, according to Matej Tomic.

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Enteractive’s Andrew Foster explains how operators will increasingly need to shift attention from customer acquisition to customer retention.

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Artículos Recomendados
El panel Cosechar los beneficios de un intenso calendario deportivo de SBC Summit Latinoamérica 2021 abordó los desafíos de los operadores latinoamericanos de cara a los eventos de 2022, que incluyen la Copa Mundial de Catar.

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Durante SBC Summit Latinoamérica 2021, los reguladores brasileños prometieron que el sector de apuestas deportivas estará regulado para antes de la Copa Mundial 2022, con el fin de sacarle provecho al mercado.

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