9 August 2012 (London, UK) – Following on from winning “Publication of the Year” at the IGA awards in January during ICE, iGaming Business is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, making it the oldest magazine in the iGaming industry. Originally launched as a supplement in SportBusiness Magazine, it quickly grew into a magazine in its own right, and officially launched independently in March 2002 as a standalone quarterly magazine aimed at high level executives in the fast emerging iGaming sector.
“Ten years on, and our commitment to and singular focus on the iGaming industry has proven the right choice not only in Europe, but in an ever expanding map of new jurisdictions that are modernising their gaming regulation to reflect the technology driven world we live in,” commented Michael Caselli, Editor in Chief at iGaming Business
Over the last ten years iGaming Business has grown far beyond its original form and is now the biggest provider of business information in iGaming across multiple formats such as online, directories, research reports, bespoke intelligence, magazines and events. It is this broad scope of products and depth within the market that reinforces its position as the primary source of intelligence for readers in the iGaming industry.
“iGaming Business provides Alderney with the perfect platform to promote its capabilities. It is serious, it is respected, utterly relevant and it gets to the heart of the important issues, what more could you possibly want?’” commented Robin Le Prevost, Director of eCommerce Development, Alderney eGambling Limited
iGaming Business has benefited from rapid growth over the years, due to keeping to its original founding philosophy: sourcing independent, intelligent editorial and analysis for its readership base . It is no surprise then that all of its products still focus on high level content and not simply the advertising dollar. This is reflected in the feedback regularly received from executives in the industry.
“iGB has industry leading editorial that’s always highly topical. The use of guest writers allows readers to view issues from a different perspective, sparking fresh thinking and debate,” commented Simon Burridge, CEO of Virgin Games.
Professor I Nelson Rose went on to comment, “Why do I write for iGaming Business magazine? Simple: It’s the leading publication in the fastest growing part of legal gambling.”
More information on the magazine and the brand can be found on www.iGamingBusiness.com.
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About iGaming Business
iGaming Business has been involved in the iGaming sector for 10 years. They specialize in publishing and providing high level information to the iGaming sector through magazines, events, websites and intelligent reports. With over 16,000 affiliates, operators and vendors regularly reading our information off-line and 75,000 online iGaming Business is the biggest publishing company within the sector. Please visit www.iGamingBusiness.com for further information.