Tag Archives: Lorien Pilling
- GBGC Announces Release of Two New Reports into Emerging Betting Sectors
September 24, 2015
Global Betting and Gaming Consultants, a specialist gaming consultancy with more than 15 years’experience, has produced two new reports investigating African sports betting and emerging trends in virtual betting. The reports are based on groundbreaking research conducted as part of GBGC’s flagship Global Gambling Report, a market-leading study of more...
- Is iGaming Unprofessionalism a Positive?
February 20, 2013
At the beginning of this month, many of the iGaming industry were in London for the International Casino Exhibition, the London Affiliate Conference, or both. This week provides a solid representation of the industry’s best and brightest. What’s evident is the increasing number of suits among the crowd. Whereas once...
- Hills Succeed where Ladbrokes Failed
October 26, 2012
After having initially confirmed that a bid was being formed on September 19, William Hill and GVC Holdings now look more than likely to land the object of their desire. Negotiations with Sportingbet over the joint-acquisition of the online bookmaker were ongoing for just under a month until the board...
- Valuing iGaming Operators
October 16, 2012
At the very end of last month we were told that Sportingbet had rejected a joint offer from William Hill and Gaming VC. This came after months of what are surely laborious discussions over various fine details and establishing a fair deal for both sides. Considering Ladbrokes spent a fair...
- London’s Olympic Betting Legacy
September 6, 2012
Sports events are game-changers for bookmakers. They bring in much more business - so much that public company’s financial reports take into account the presence or lack of a major sporting event. But more customers aren’t always a good thing. As the majority of wagering tends to be focused heavily...
- Sporting Events Bring Mixed Success
June 21, 2012
This summer is being billed as a season of sport, particularly within the UK, with the European Football Championships currently taking place and the Olympics fast approaching. These two events are described by UK media regulators OfCom as Category A events as they must be viewable on free to air...
Why SEO in Online Gambling Needs to Improve
January 7, 2015
Genting sizes up possible smaller Star City casino in UK
March 28, 2017
Interview with Optimal Payments’ President and CEO Joel Leonoff
September 24, 2014