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GiH News Roundup: GVC fails in new takeover bid for Ladbrokes Coral; Austria proposes domain blocking; Betway to sponsor eSports league

GiH News Roundup: GVC fails in new takeover bid for Ladbrokes Coral; Austria proposes domain blocking; Betway to sponsor eSports league

Online gambling group GVC Holdings approached Ladbrokes Coral in recent weeks with a takeover offer worth as much as £3.6bn to create one of the world’s largest betting companies, The Financial Times reported yesterday. Although talks eventually broke down, the move signals that British gambling groups are preparing for a fresh round of consolidation as the industry braces itself for[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: interview with Marja Appelman in GiH Magazine; Kambi strikes deal with Greentube; greater focus on small acquisitions

GiH News Roundup: interview with Marja Appelman in GiH Magazine; Kambi strikes deal with Greentube; greater focus on small acquisitions

Photos of the Gaming in Holland Lunch @ICE 2017 are now available. “Operators better take us seriously,” the Netherlands Gaming Authority CEO Marja Appelman told Gaming in Holland Magazine in an exclusive interview. If you would like to receive a free copy by mail, please email us at freesubscription@gaminginholland.com. Sportsbook provider Kambi will offer its state-of-the art sports betting service[Read More…]

GiH News Roundup: European online gambling regulation update; Kindred launches high roller casino brand; eSports betting to Germany?

GiH News Roundup: European online gambling regulation update; Kindred launches high roller casino brand; eSports betting to Germany?

GamblingCompliance has released a free report providing a brief overview of the fourteen European markets that face the most significant changes in online gambling regulation in 2017. Kindred Group has launched a new internet casino brand directed towards high rollers in the Norwegian and Swedish market. “You will find high rollers within all national and international gambling companies. Instead of[Read More…]