Tag Archives: PricewaterhouseCoopers
- Casinos are king in South Africa, but sports betting grows fastest
February 10, 2017
South Africa’s casino industry remains the biggest player in the country's gambling market, but sports betting is coming on fast. On Thursday, PwC published the fifth edition of its Gambling Outlook for South Africa, which covers actual data up the end of 2015 and forecasts as far out as 2020....
- PwC “don’t see anything happening’ for online gambling in South Africa
November 20, 2014
South Africa’s furtive attempts to pass online gambling legislation aren’t likely to go anywhere for the foreseeable future, according to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Nikki Forster, PwC’s gambling leader for South Africa, says there is “hesitation” on the part of the government to advance the online gambling issue...
- Sun International site Sunbet to ride South Africa’s sports betting boom
November 23, 2013
South African casino operator Sun International has launched Sunbet, its new online sports betting site. The launch is the result of Sun’s R30m (US $3m) purchase earlier this year of Powerbet Gaming, which formerly operated the site as Voltbet.com. Sun communications GM Michael Farr said the rebranded site would position...
- Gaming Technology in Africa is Growing Rapidly
November 12, 2013
Being up to date with the latest technological developments in the gaming industry is of paramount importance. Issues around the latest changes in gaming technology, how these changes will impact the gaming industry, and how technology can improve operations, increase revenue and control costs were discussed at this year’s BIG...
- Did Asia help the global online poker market to first rise in two years?
October 18, 2012
Real-money online poker has posted its first global rise in almost two years with growth in gross gaming yield (GGY). The H2 Gambling Capital data, reported by eGR, shows that September 2012’s GGY hit €249million – an increase of 4.2 €10m compared with the same period last year. In addition...
- Investing the Hard Way: Cannibalization in the US Market
June 25, 2012
Cannibalization – the impact of new casino projects on existing markets – continues to be a major factor affecting US-facing, land-based casino operators. Earlier this year, a new casino opened in the Kansas City market, which was already the 11th largest market in the US, according to the American Gaming...
No, Las Vegas Sands is not buying Wynn Resorts
March 17, 2017
Parisian Macao battling Legionnaires’ Disease outbreak
April 25, 2017
Caesars, Gamblit testing skill-based games in Las Vegas
March 30, 2017
Kangwon Land casino paying problem gamblers to stay away
March 24, 2017