iGB Diary: US earthquake, UK gloom, Paddy steps up, naughty Neds

first_img This week: mehusive news from the US Supreme Court, UK in double whammy blow, flat earth bet is back on and naughty Neds iGB Diary: US earthquake, UK gloom, Paddy steps up, naughty Neds Phew, what a week igamers! This week: mehusive news from the Supreme Court that will see the opening of the US sports betting market, the UK government puts a bit of a damper on things with its ‘double whamm’ FOBT cap and remote tax hike, plus Paddy Power and NedsHow big??? The Diary was impressed by how fast some stakeholders were out of the blocks following the US Supreme Court’s landmark striking down of the long-standing US sports betting. Taking the gold medal was Genius Sports, its data deal with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) up on ESPN pretty much immediately following the ruling. A spokesperson emphasised to ESPN it  did not include any betting rights, only for the NCAA, probably the most vehemently opposed of the leagues during the case, to come out later in the week in support of a federal framework for sports betting. Which will actually have the exact same outcome as remaining vehemently opposed to sports betting, given that a federal framework has zero chance of ever coming to pass. Among the most bullish and interesting deals announced later in the week was racing and gaming giant Churchill Downs’ with SBTech to start up real-money igaming and sports betting, starting with NJ and Pennsylvania. CDI’s multi-state network of off-track betting facilities and advance deposit wagering business – the most widely legal and available form of online gambling in the US, currently offered in more than 30 US states – offering potential for SBTech to add sports betting in facilities and online as regulation allows. Churchill Downs also recently disposed of its social business for $900m, suggesting it will be throwing plenty of money behind the real-money push. Chuchill Downs’ biggest rival in the US online horse wagering market in the US is of course Paddy Power Betfair-owned TVG. Along with William Hill, which runs 109 Nevada books, Cenkos analyst Simon French reckons the company will following the FOBT depth charge this week “focus on potential upside from sports betting”. Stateside, casino groups with exposure to numerous states such as Boyd and Penn National are however seen as the best positioned to capitalise. The momentum for overturning PASPA provided by some of the leagues softening their position, public opinion swinging in favour and the casinos and other states joining the case has been well documented. Perhaps less so the role played by those in New Jersey that got the juggernaut moving in the first place, from Senators Ray Lesniak and the late Jim Whelan, to ex-Governor Chris Christie, Dennis Drazin of Monmouth Park, lobbyists Joe Brennan and Bill Pascrell, to name but a few. DFS’ blurring of the line between skill and gambling and state legislatures’regulation of this also helped soften hardline attitudes towards real-money wagering. And hopefully the scramble to get sports betting up and running will also help give a much-needed push to the state-by-state roll-out of igaming, stalled at just three states until Pennsylvania this year.With a bump Later in the week, of course, several of those companies whooping at the SCOTUS decision found themselves broght back down to earth by the UK government’s announcement following its Triennial Review that it would not only slash the max stake on FOBTs to £2 but would look to cover the resulting £400m black hole in the public finances by hiking the remote gambling tax. All remote operators will also under supervision of the Gambling Commission have to bolster age verification rules and set limits on consumers spending until affordability checks have been conducted. It’s fair to say the outcome couldn’t actually have been much worse for the big multi-channel guys in the UK, with significant job losses and a 66% reduction in profits, according to Paul Leyland at Regulus Partners. But as the operators themselves and many industry commentators have acknowledged, the decision has finally removed the uncertainty over exactly what was going to happen and the industry can now move on. The LBO sector – which was seeing shop numbers spiral downwards until the loophole of being able to offer casino games on the terminals saw it become fixated on these – to reinvent itself, work hard at improving their core business and build sustainable businesses which aren’t just waiting for the sledgehammer to come down, which is the uncomfortable state of limbo UK bookies have had to exist in the past few years. Having less shops to compete against on the high street together with a renewed focus on the content and product should also eventually boost betting turnover per shop once the multi-channel operators have got through the painful transition back to a betting-led model over the next couple of years.Paddy Power steps up to flat earth bet Following on from last week’s musings about none of the bookies being prepared to offer a Grimsby man odds on whether or not the earth is flat, Paddy Power has reportedly done a U-turn on the matter. According to the Grimsby Telegraph, following widespread media attention, the bookie agreed to offer local man Gerrard Gallacher 200/1 odds on the earth being flat. Unfortunately, the flat earther is still not happy, describing the odds as an “absolute joke” that isn’t worth more than a £1 flutter. “We’re talking an absolutely huge question, we’re playing with humanity. It should be like 5,000/1, 10,000/1 realistically, shouldn’t it?” he implored the local rag. Paddys has also put a stipulation that NASA confirms the earth is flat, rather than that “within five years a politician, scientist or official will announce to the world that the earth is flat”, which was the bet Gallacher has been asking Sky Bet for last week. No matter what odds it offered, we doubt Paddys is too concerned about losing this one. Naughty Neds Aussie sportsbook newcomer Neds is no stranger to controversy when it comes to its advertising – in fact Australia’s Advertising Standards Board banned two of its ads within a month of its launch late last year. But its latest run-in with authorities over advertising sets an ominous tone for the rest of the industry Down Under. As we reported recently, there is some concern that changes this month to the state’s Betting and Racing Act 1998 will have far-reaching consequences, making it impossible to advertise inducements if someone in NSW can see the ad — previously the stipulation had simply been the NSW resident couldn’t act on the ad. Liquor and Gaming NSW prosecuted Neds under the old rules and fined the bookie $18,000, but if the news release afterwards is anything to go by, the regulator is chomping at the bit for the chance to put its new powers into effect. “While this case needed to be prosecuted under the laws that existed when the offences took place, new laws will ensure operators will incur substantially higher penalties for irresponsible practices,” Liquor and Gaming NSW Deputy Secretary Paul Newson said. “Under the new laws, maximum fines for offering unlawful inducements to gamble have been increased tenfold, and directors of wagering businesses can be held personally liable and criminally convicted for gaming offences.” If the regulator starts going after every Australian sportsbook with a sign-up or bonus offer that can be seen by a person in NSW, the coffers will likely be so full NSW won’t even need to bring in a point of consumption tax.See you next week, igamers! 18th May 2018 | By Stephen Carter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter iGB Diary AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: iGB Diary Email Addresslast_img read more

Penn hails ‘milestone’ $2.8bn Pinnacle acquisition

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Deal extends Penn’s land-based network to 40 facilities in 18 jurisdictions Email Address Penn hails ‘milestone’ $2.8bn Pinnacle acquisition Tags: Online Gambling Regions: US Topics: Casino & games Finance Sports betting Strategy Casino & games Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Penn National Gaming has today (Monday) completed its previously announced $2.8bn (£2.1bn/€2.4bn) acquisition of Pinnacle Entertainment, in a move that the company has billed as a “significant milestone” for its growth strategy. Under the deal, unanimously approved by Penn shareholders in April, the casino operator will take full ownership of Pinnacle and significantly extend its land-based network in the US to 40 facilities across 18 jurisdictions.The company will now have a presence in Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and West Virginia. Penn expects the acquisition to be accretive to its free cash flow per share in the first year after closing, with around $100m in expected annual run-rate cost synergies, excluding one-time transaction costs. Penn CEO Timothy Wilmott said: “Our acquisition of Pinnacle Entertainment marks a significant milestone in Penn National’s 24-year history of growth as a public company, which has been predicated on our unwavering commitment to deliver exceptional entertainment to customers, support for the local communities where we operate and enhancement of value for our shareholders. “With the expected incremental free cash flow to be generated from our expanded base of operations, we believe we are well positioned to reduce leverage, evaluate additional accretive strategic growth investments and opportunistically return capital to shareholders.” Today’s completion also covers related divestitures to Boyd Gaming and various real estate transactions with Gaming and Leisure Properties (GLPI). This includes the sale and leaseback of the real estate associated with the Penn Plainridge Park Casino in Massachusetts for $250m. This has been added to the Pinnacle master lease assumed by Penn. In addition, the deal covers the sale of real estate associated with Pinnacle’s Belterra Park to an affiliate of Boyd for approximately $57.7m through funding provided by GLPI to Boyd. The completion comes amid major movement in the US sports betting market as companies seek to capitalise on the legalisation of such activities in some states, following the Supreme Court ruling on PASPA earlier this year. Last month, Pinnacle opened its first sports wagering service in Mississippi after the state became the fourth to regulate sports betting since the repeal of PASPA. Penn is working with William Hill on various sports betting ventures in various states. However, the link-up with Pinnacle looks set to extend Penn’s sports wagering reach into more states and gambling properties.Image: Max Pixel 15th October 2018 | By contenteditorlast_img read more

Sky CEO renews calls for industry to limit online ads

first_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 13th December 2018 | By contenteditor Sky CEO renews calls for industry to limit online ads Marketing & affiliates Stephen van Rooyen calls for restrictions on gambling advertising across all channels to be implemented AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Marketing & affiliates Stephen van Rooyen, chief executive of broadcaster Sky for the UK and Ireland, has used confirmation of the betting industry’s voluntary restrictions on TV advertising to again call for action to limit the sector’s online marketing.With the so-called ‘whistle-to-whistle’ ban on betting ads around live sport to be implemented in mid-2019, van Rooyen (pictured) has called for a “proportionate and responsible” limit to industry advertising against all channels to be brought in.“Yet again, the gambling industry are ignoring the fact they spend five times more on online marketing than they do on TV,” van Rooyen said. “By cutting TV ads, they’ll simply spend more online, bombarding people’s smartphones, tablets and social media feeds with even more gambling ads.”Earlier this week he claimed in an op-ed for The Times newspaper that a shift online would result in fewer safeguards for customers. Van Rooyen argued that there were less regulation governing online advertising, and pointed out that the industry’s investment in advertising via that channel dwarfs TV ad spend.However, UK advertising watchdog the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) described the CEO’s claims as inaccurate. It noted that the CAP and BCAP Codes govern both channels, and that it has regularly issued guidance regarding age-sensitive online advertising that applies to the iGaming sector.The ban, announced earlier today by the Industry Group for Responsible Gambling (IGRG), will see no betting adverts shown five minutes before the start of a sporting broadcast begins and five minutes after the event ends.It will be supported by the industry committing not to broadcast betting ads around highlights shows, and an end to bookmakers sponsoring sports programmes that are broadcast before the 9pm watershed. The new measures are to be added to the IGRG’s Gambling Industry Code for Socially Responsible Advertising in January, then brought into force six months later.Despite some critics arguing that the ban will have little effect unless operators also agree to end sponsorship and marketing deals with sports teams in addition to the advertising controls, it has been warmly welcomed in other quarters.“For many people gambling is not a harmful activity, but for some it can become a serious problem,” GamCare chief executive Anna Hemmings said. “Many of our service users have told us that the volume of gambling advertisements on television and elsewhere is not helpful to them in maintaining their recovery, so the news that gambling advertising during live sporting events will be reduced is welcome.“We would also welcome more research and discussion around the potential impacts gambling advertising can have on vulnerable people so that safeguards can continue to develop and protect people from future harms.”Labour Party deputy leader Tom Watson, meanwhile, hailed the move, but said it would have to be followed by action tackling online advertising.Tom Watson, who has previously called for a complete ban on partnerships between betting operators and sports teams, described the move as an important first step in recognising that the proliferation of gambling ads had “got completely out of hand”.“It was imperative for the industry to accept there is a problem and they have done that today,” Watson said. “The next step will have to be addressing the gambling adverts that children and vulnerable problem gamblers see online.”With news of the ban leaking last week, leading UK operators’ share prices have not been affected by its confirmation. Shares in William Hill are currently trading up 1.21% at 159.15 pence per share, while GVC Holdings, which owns the Ladbrokes and Coral brands, are up 0.22% at 671.50 pence per share. Paddy Power Betfair, meanwhile, has seen its shares rise 1.70% to 71.85 pence per share today (December 13).“As I have commented previously, I am concerned about the volume and tone of gambling advertising and its potential impact on a generation of young people who are being exposed in a way that didn’t happen previously,” William Hill chief executive Philip Bowcock told iGamingBusiness.com. “As a company, we are taking positive steps through our Nobody Harmed ambition, and we are actively involved in and deeply supportive of industry efforts to collaborate to respond directly to public concerns on this issue.” Email Addresslast_img read more

Pointing the camera at live casino’s potential

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Casino & games Live dealer Email Address 22nd November 2019 | By Josephine Watson Live dealer Pointing the camera at live casino’s potential Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter iGaming Business speaks with Pragmatic Play to discuss the latest trends in live casino and the opportunities within this growing vertical… Lana Bleichyk started her career in the gambling industry in early 2010 as sales for B2B operators. Since then, she has had a great experience of developing and pushing a new live casino product on the market, worldwide (6 years+), developing her experience working for a big IT company specialising in AI and data science. She recently joined Pragmatic Play to strengthen the company’s position on the live casino market.The expansion of live casino in gaming is showing no signs of slowing down, and live casino’s growing importance and continuing potential is illustrated by supplier Pragmatic Play’s decision to develop its own service in the last year or so.It may no longer be the new guy at the table, but its impressive growth and opportunity for even greater development explains why the industry is choosing to bet the house on its future.The appeal of live casino is fairly obvious. The opportunity to experience the buzz of a real dealer on a real table and take on other real players via a mobile or laptop from the comfort of one’s home or on the go is a strong sell.It was a natural development of the original online casinos as, a decade or so ago, improved technology allowed for cameras to capture blackjack dealers at real casinos or purpose-built studios, with gamers at home able to place bets in real-time on the outcome.Of course, initial offerings were basic and often frustratingly glitchy. With an obvious global market, however, resources have been poured into the vertical to develop the advanced, super-fast exciting games we see today. Real-world excitementWhile known primarily as a slots developer, Pragmatic Play was eager to enhance its offering and become a multi-product provider.“People want to be entertained,” said Lana Bleichyk, live casino operations manager at Pragmatic Play, as she explained the attraction of live casino. “For me, the excitement makes it the best vertical out there for players.“It’s for pleasure, and gamblers around the world absolutely love it. It’s very different to slots in that it has that interaction and communication with the dealers and that real-world excitement.Lana Bleichyk has more than 6 years of experience within the live casino segment alone, with earlier multi-product experience as well, and has switched to Pragmatic Play to strengthen the team of other highly experienced professionals.According to her, there is more than just a type of live casino player, considering that trends are dependent to matters such as location and mentality. “For example, in Asia players are more venturous, though you may find VIP players placing very high bets all over the world,” she said.An important element in progress has been to get out to brick-and-mortar casinos and actually speak to players.“Feedback from players and operators is important for any supplier,” she said. “We want to get a real feel for the players – what they like and don’t like, what they get out of playing online as opposed to a real casino. It’s very interesting to watch them and to engage with them.” InteractionThe interaction with customers has been vital for Pragmatic Play’s development strategy as it attempts to catch up with live casino suppliers who have been on the scene for several years.While being first-to-market has obvious benefits, Pragmatic Play has the advantage of years of experience and not making some of the mistakes encountered by its rivals.Lana Bleichyk and the team set about getting the Live Casino product familiar to players on the market before anything else and are now looking to add enhancements and create a service that will raise the standards. The product has seen growth of 45% month-on-month recently, and Lana Bleichyk expects live casino to become an increasingly sizeable part the business.“We have made the product in line with current trends together with some unique features on the market.,” she said. “Now it’s solid, we are adding more things. We will also update the UI design which will be lighter, user-friendly and will make our games stand out among competitors. It’s important to keep the quality and then build up.”Pragmatic Play is also increasing its current portfolio of three games with new exciting games to be released soon. QualityThe quality of the user experience is a key consideration for all suppliers and the operators who take their service and, with entertainment the name of the game within the segment, live casino suppliers must become increasingly ambitious with their content.Pragmatic Play has a studio in Romania with space for 43 tables and has the capability to offer Private Branded tables for operators who want to differentiate themselves from their rivals.“Quality of cameras and the number of angles is important,” Bleichyk added. “Streaming quality is also very important, of course. The most successful suppliers will be the ones that invest in streaming, and that is something that we have made a priority.“We also even look at dealers themselves. Our research, for example, revealed that men and women who play are eager to have a dealer of the opposite gender.“We are developing multi-language capability too. We are aiming to open new language tables which will help operators to attract new players.”Lana sees considerable room for growth in European markets, which is why Pragmatic Play is pursuing a number of licence and certificate applications.“I think live casino is something that all operators should have,” she added. “Players now see it as an essential along with slots and bingo, and they must have that variety on offer.“We hope to cater for this full service as we can make the live casino available along with our other products via the same native API, so it is so simple to integrate.”last_img read more

Caesars and MGM require masks for all US customers

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: Casino & games Email Address Caesars and MGM require masks for all US customers Land-based gaming giants Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts have announced customers will be required to wear masks at all venues throughout the US in order to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19). Land-based gaming giants Caesars Entertainment and MGM Resorts have announced customers will be required to wear masks at all venues throughout the US in order to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).Both operators had previously varied their face mask rules for customers depending on state regulations.While face masks were required at gaming tables in Nevada and for anyone indoors in a situation where physical distancing is not possible in Illinois, they were not required for customers in many other states.Staff at both operators’ casinos were already required to wear masks, however.Read more on iGB North America. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 25th June 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Casino & gameslast_img read more

Dionach inks sponsorship deal with Austin Connelly

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IND vs ENG 3rd ODI LIVE: watch India vs England 3rd…

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Siraj, Prasidh Krishna, Shardul Thakur.England ODI squadEoin Morgan, Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow, Sam Billings, Jos Buttler, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Chris Jordan, Liam Livingstone, Dawid Malan, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, Reece Topley, Mark Wood, Dawid Malan and Matt Parkinson.Also Read: India vs England 3rd ODI Live Commentary: AIR, DD Sports to…India vs England T20 Series Schedule Follow Ind vs Eng ODI Series Live Score, Live Updates of India vs England Series Schedule, Live News, Ball by Ball Commentary, Live Streaming for England vs India SeriesInd vs Eng T20 Series: Earlier India had  beaten England in the last T20 game to seal the T20 series for India. India won the closely fought series by 3-2 against the World No. 1 England team. Virat Kohli was declared player of the series and Bhuvneshwar Kumar for his magnificnet bowling was handed Man of the match trophy.India and England teams will now contest the 3 match ODI series starting from Tuesday in Pune. ENG W vs IND W Test: Sneh Rana, Shafali Verma shine as one-off Test ends in draw Cricket ENG W vs IND W: Mithali Raj says We’ll carry the confidence in pink-ball Test against Australia Previous articleIndia vs England 3rd ODI Live Broadcast: Star Sports to Live broadcast 3rd ODI in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu and KannadaNext articleIND vs ENG 3rd ODI Live Streaming for free with Jio and Airtel, Check out the best Recharge Plans Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. IND vs ENG 3rd ODI LIVE: How to watch India vs England 3rd ODI LIVE Streaming in your country, India. – Follow Live update on Insidesport IND vs ENG 3rd ODI LIVE: How to watch India vs England 3rd ODI LIVE Streaming in your country, India. Follow it Live on InsideSport.co & Watch it Live on Star Sports Network. After winning Test & T20 Series, Virat Kohli’s team India is now eyeing win in the 3 match ODI series. The first match of the ODI series will be played in Pune on Tuesday behind closed doors. Poor show by Indian spinners, England chase down 337 in 43.3 overs; level series 1-1Where India vs England 3rd ODI will be Live Broadcasted ?India vs England 3rd ODI will be Live Broadcasted on Star Sports Cricket Cricket 328th March3rd ODIPune Virat Kohli completes 10 years in Test Cricket: 10 things you should know about India skipper- check out Facebook Twitter 123rd March1st ODIPunelast_img read more