France confirms €1.89bn haul from FDJ privatisation

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Tags: Charitable Gaming Mobile Online Gambling OTB and Betting Shops France confirms €1.89bn haul from FDJ privatisation Topics: Casino & games Finance Lottery Social responsibility Sports betting CSR Email Address France’s Agence des participations de l’État (APE) has confirmed that the initial public offering of share in lottery and gaming giant La Française des Jeux (FDJ) has raised €1.89bn for state coffers. Casino & games Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: Europe Western Europe France France’s Agence des participations de l’État (APE) has confirmed that the initial public offering of share in lottery and gaming giant La Française des Jeux (FDJ) has raised €1.89bn for state coffers.Confirmation of the final sum raised through the share sale was only confirmed after APE completed the full exercise of the over-allotment option, which saw an additional 11,350,028 shares told for total proceeds of €225.9m.This means that 99,320,000 shares in the business were sold through the IPO, representing 52% of FDJ’s issued share capital, for proceeds of €1.89bn.Individual investors and members of FDJ’s retail network acquired 40,172,148 shares, raising €712m, with a further 44,621,497 sold to institutional investors for an additional €888m. FDJ employees snapped up 3,176,327 shares, bringing in a further €62m.Before the over-allotment option, the French state had reduced its original 72% holding to 27.85% of FDJ shares.This now falls to 21.91% of FDJ’s share capital, and could decline to around 20% should all individual investors hold their shares for 18 months. After this period, these investors will receive one additional share for every 10 acquired.Shares in La Française des Jeux closed up 4.37% at €23.14 per share in Paris earlier today. 9th December 2019 | By contenteditorlast_img read more

Mysterious by Pragmatic Play

first_imgCasino & games Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 28th January 2020 | By Aaron Noy Mysterious by Pragmatic Play AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Solve the puzzles of Mysterious, the variable reel size with up to 4096 ways to win videoslot. Grab the multipliers as you hunt the Lord, Mystery Symbols create big win when you meet the Lady and the Baron brings Infectious Wilds. Choose your own free spins at the fateful hour, with roaming Wilds or up to 12x multiplier! Email Address Solve the puzzles of Mysterious, the variable reel size with up to 4096 ways to win videoslot. Grab the multipliers as you hunt the Lord, Mystery Symbols create big win when you meet the Lady and the Baron brings Infectious Wilds. Choose your own free spins at the fateful hour, with roaming Wilds or up to 12x multiplier! Topics: Casino & games Slotslast_img read more

Scout says strategy working despite mounting losses in 2019

first_img Topics: Finance Sports betting DFS DFS 28th February 2020 | By contenteditor Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Fantasy sports solutions provider Scout Gaming said its long-term strategy is paying off as revenue and new client sign-ups grew in 2019, though losses for the year increased.The Scandinavia-facing supplier of B2B daily fantasy sports saw revenues almost double during the 12 months to 31 December 2020, while it was also able to decrease its loss in terms of adjusted earnings.Revenue for the full year grew to SEK25.7m (£2.1m/€2.4m/$2.7m), which was up 76.0% year-on-year, with most income derived from gaming related services that Scout Gaming provides to its clients. This followed a SEK10.0m fourth quarter contribution, an 117.4% advance on the prior year. Scout said it benefitted from new client sign-ups, something that has continued into 2020 with Norsk Tipping and Bet Entertainment its latest new clients. Total costs for the full year were SEK78.5m, which was an increase of 31.5% on the previous year. Scout said its outgoings mainly consist of personnel, marketing and sales related expenses which it does not expect to increase going forward.Personnel expenses were the biggest outgoing at SEK39.8m. Its operating loss came in at SEK52.8m, up 17.1% from 2018.With tax of SEK66,000 – down on the SEK89,000 in 2018 – Scout’s total loss for the period came in at SEK52.2m, a 14.0% year-on-year increase.Scout chief executive Andreas Ternstrom said: “We are experiencing an accelerating global demand for Scout Gaming’s products, which has resulted in an increased client activity both in terms of number of clients and number of products launched on each client.“Scout’s product offering is expanding continuously according to our product roadmap. We aim to beta launch live, a bet builder and cashout functionality for our player odds-related markets during the year.“We are constantly growing the prize money in our pool games and this spring we will offer the largest prize money on European fantasy football ever. Ahead of the final rounds of the Premier League, Scout’s network will offer the opportunity to compete for € 500,000.“Furthermore, during the year we have plans for several major tournaments in various sports with prize sums in the million-euro class.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwittercenter_img Email Address Tags: Fantasy Sports Scout says strategy working despite mounting losses in 2019 Fantasy sports solutions provider Scout Gaming said its long-term strategy is paying off as revenue and new client sign-ups grew in 2019, though losses for the year increased.last_img read more

Michigan opens sports betting and igaming licensing process

first_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) has opened the application process for online sports betting and igaming licences in the state. 2nd July 2020 | By contenteditor Casino & games Regions: US Michigan Michigan opens sports betting and igaming licensing process The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) has opened the application process for online sports betting and igaming licences in the state.Commercial casinos and tribes in Michigan are able to apply for the new licences, while companies supporting operators and suppliers in the state can also apply for vendor registration.The launch comes after the MGCB in May also opened up applications for online gaming supplier licences ahead of the state’s igaming roll-out.“The MGCB continues to make progress toward the launch of online gaming by adding forms for operators and vendors,” MGCB executive director Richard Kalm said.“Operators should file applications soon so we can conduct investigations and work with them on internal controls, technical standards, lab certifications and other requirements.“In addition, the operators and suppliers should encourage their vendors to complete and submit registration forms.”Read the full story on iGB North America. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Tags: Online Gambling Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Sports betting Tribal gaming Email Addresslast_img read more

SkyCity shuts Auckland casino as NZ city re-enters lockdown

first_img12th August 2020 | By contenteditor Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter SkyCity shuts Auckland casino as NZ city re-enters lockdown Regions: Oceania New Zealand Casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group has said it will again temporarily close its casino property in Auckland, following the decision by New Zealand’s government to place the city in lockdown after recording several new local cases of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19). Casino operator SkyCity Entertainment Group has said it will again temporarily close its casino property in Auckland, following the decision by New Zealand’s government to place the city in lockdown after recording several new local cases of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).Earlier this week, it was confirmed four people in Auckland had tested positive for Covid-19, in what were the first local cases of the virus in over 100 days.In response, the NZ government moved Auckland to Alert Level 3 of its Covid-19 alert system and introduced a three-day lockdown in the city. The lockdown is in effect from today (12 August) and is due to expire at midnight on 14 August.Alert Level 3 refers to the possibility that community transmission may be happening, as well as that new clusters may emerge but can be controlled through testing and contact tracing.People must stay at and work from home if possible, while businesses can open their premises, but not physically interact with customers. Public venues are also instructed to close, while gatherings of only up to 10 people are permitted, with strict social distancing measures in place.The government also increased the Covid-19 alert in other regions across New Zealand to Alert Level 2 in an effort to prevent any further spread of the virus.Alert Level 2 puts aims to prepare for a potential spike in cases, in which household transmission of Covid-19, as well as single or isolated cluster outbreaks, could be occurring.Here, businesses can open to the public if following public health guidance, but hospitality companies must keep groups of customers separated, seated and served by a single person. Event facilities – including casinos – can open, but must limit capacity to a maximum of 100 customers and also ensure patrons do not mix.SkyCity said it will support the government with its efforts, announcing that its Auckland casino and entertainment facilities are now closed, while it will also implement enhanced physical distancing and hygiene measures at its sites in Hamilton and Queenstown.The operator’s Auckland hotels will remain open to accommodate existing guests currently staying in-house, but physical distancing and hygiene requirements will also be implemented at the properties.“SkyCity is fully complying with this latest update from the government; SkyCity is well prepared to respond quickly to these changes and is in a strong financial position to withstand the financial impacts of these temporary restrictions,” SkyCity chief executive Graeme Stephens said.The SkyCity Auckland casino reopened to the public on 14 May, having been shut since 23 March asn the country went into lockdown. The venue returned to near-normal operations on 9 June after New Zealand downgraded its Covid-19 alert to its lowest level.SkyCity noted that the closure of its Auckland casino and the re-implementation of measures at other New Zealand properties will not impact its facility in the Australian city of Adelaide.The Adelaide property, which reopened in late June, will keep in place physical distancing and hygiene requirements, as required by the Australian government.center_img Topics: Casino & games Strategy AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Casino & games Email Addresslast_img read more

GambleAware and Citizens Advice Scotland launch new support service

first_imgThe Gambling Support Service will run from 2020 until 2022 and compliment a similar programme operated in partnership with Citizens Advice England and Wales. The latest initiative comes after GambleAware last month revealed the multi-level setup of its treatment and support system led to major knowledge gaps, and that its organic growth has resulted in the lack of a defined strategy. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter GambleAware said the new service will also allow workers to direct those at risk to the specialist help that is available. British responsible gambling charity GambleAware has linked up with Citizens Advice Scotland to launch a new service aimed at helping debt advisers and other frontline workers better understand, prevent and reduce gambling harm. Formed in September 2018, the project saw GambleAware and Citizens Advice commit an initial £1.5m (€1.7m/$2.0m) to deliver training to debt advisers to help them identify and offer support to people suffering gambling problems. Tags: GambleAware Citizens Advice The Gambling Support Service will deliver training to staff in order to provide them with the necessary tools to both identify and support people who may be experiencing harm from gambling. Carried out by Leeds Beckett University, the study found the multi-level nature funded treatment system meant not all components have a direct connection with one another. The England and Wales project also included establishing a network of regional hubs to support workers across the two countries.center_img Training will be available to workers in professions who may come across people experiencing harm from gambling, such as frontline local authority staff, youth practitioners and healthcare workers, as well as debt advisors. GambleAware and Citizens Advice Scotland launch new support service 11th November 2020 | By Robert Fletcher It was also revealed that as the system structure has grown organically, rather than being purposefully designed through a defined strategy, this impacted its overall functioning, and has made collaboration between each component more difficult. The project will be based around four regional hubs across Scotland, including in Airdrie, Inverness, South West Aberdeenshire and West Lothian. Topics: Social responsibility Responsible gambling Regions: UK & Ireland Responsible gambling Email Addresslast_img read more

Safer Gambling Week: A platform to reach millions

first_imgOne key initiative we are promoting this week is our Safer Gambling Training for operators. We’ve joined up with the team at Betknowmore UK to launch a digital learning programme to provide gambling industry employees with specialist online training to strengthen player protection standards and effectively safeguard consumers from gambling-related harm. The resources have been developed using a methodology known as ‘flipped learning’ derived from Neuroscience studies on how the brain learns. Football Index will also be supporting YGAM’s work with a £5,000 donation. This follows Football Index’s earlier initiative this year, which saw it launch a new Gambling Awareness Initiative with Nottingham Forest Football Club, highlighting the importance of safer gambling and helping to educate football supporters within local communities. We’re enormously grateful to both clubs and Football Index for their fantastic support. The YGAM charity was founded by people with lived experience and we now employ numerous people who use their negative experience with gambling to make a positive difference. When utilised correctly, their unique insight can inform the approach to prevent others experiencing similar harms. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter It is more important than ever that all stakeholders connected to the sector work together to support initiatives that raise awareness of the potential risks associated with gambling. Keeping consumers safe, especially during these unprecedented times, should rightly be a priority for everyone including the industry, Government and the regulator, writes YGAM’s Daniel Bliss. Daniel Bliss is director of external affairs at the Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) and is responsible for the charity’s communications, marketing and public affairs. Daniel joined YGAM this year having previously worked for the Gambling Commission for 3 years in several roles within their communications team. He has also held roles in politics and regional press. Alongside his role, Daniel is working with iGB to produce and co-host the Gambling Review Podcast with guests including Michael Dugher, Carolyn Harris MP and Lord Foster. DCMS Daniel Bliss, YGAM It is also fantastic to see the mainstream media taking an interest in Safer Gambling Week and the purposeful work that some charities are doing to help people. The British gambling industry is full of house-hold brands that have the marketing power to get people’s attention and get people talking about an issue.  We know the vast majority of people can enjoy gambling safely however we must provide effective support to people who do experience problems. It is vital that we bring people’s attention to the expert advice and support available to them.  As our work continues to get positive recognition, we will continue to engage with organisations from all sectors to ensure work has a positive influence on the lives of young people. A collaborative approach is the most effective way to reduce gambling-related harm.  Safer gambling training for operators  We’re also working closely with the National Union for Students (NUS). The NUS represents around seven million students amounting to more than 95% of all higher and further education unions in the UK. Student life has changed dramatically this year due to Covid-19, and this could have a detrimental impact on student wellbeing and increase the risks associated with gaming and gambling at university. Regions: UK & Ireland Education programme We are working across all regions to deliver the national ‘Young People’s Gambling Harm Prevention Programme’ in partnership with GamCare and supported by members of the Betting & Gaming Council.  Our key message for Safer Gambling Week is to highlight the importance of education. Evidence-led education is essential if we are to prevent gambling-related harms and safeguard future generations. I’m extremely proud to work with a talented team at YGAM made up of mainly teachers, parents and people with lived experience. There are some fantastic support networks and resources, many established and informed by people with lived experience, to help all ages better understand the risks and the wider impact it can have someone’s mental health, lifestyle and relationships.   Football Index has this year donated its shirt sponsorship for Nottingham Forest and Queens Park Rangers football clubs to YGAM for their games this week. Queens Park Rangers will be wearing special edition shirts for their London derby against Watford this Saturday, 21 November, while Nottingham Forest will be sporting the shirts for their game against Bournemouth on Tuesday, 24 November. This is an incredible opportunity to raise the profile of the charity especially as the Nottingham Forest match will be shown live on Sky Sports to an audience of millions. Tags: YGAM Safer Gambling Week 2020 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Topics: People Social responsibility Problem gambling Responsible gamblingcenter_img Both our organisations are led by individuals with lived experience and the collaboration combines our specialist knowledge, insight and research to create what is believed to be the most advanced and comprehensive training programmes globally. The digital training content is all relevant to the Gambling Commission’s latest LCCP requirements and has received funding from regulatory settlements to support the delivery of the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling-related Harms. The Canada-based Responsible Gambling Council (RGC) is also involved in the alliance acting as independent evaluation partners. Our new Student Hub website (www.students.ygam.org) is the first of its kind; supporting students to enjoy a university experience free from gaming and gambling-related harm. Created with input from current students, the website features interactive elements along with lived-experience case studies to further highlight the real issues of gambling and gaming harms on university campuses. We will use this online portal to gather insights and share findings with our partners at other universities and students unions. Looking ahead, I believe we are moving in the right direction and the awareness campaigns must continue to grow and reach more people. There will always be a wide spectrum of opinions on what needs to be done to reduce gambling harms and all these views should be welcomed.  A ministerial team that is well-briefed and has engaged to acquire the knowledge needed to drive meaningful policy changes can only be a positive for everyone.   The Government review will be an opportunity to raise standards and improve public trust in the sector. We need a diverse spread of perspectives to engage respectfully in the debate.  We believe there needs to be a recognised standard that colleagues within the sector can take with them throughout their career, and which includes regular mandatory updates and refresher courses. A consistent high level of customer service is needed and would really build trust with regulators and it would encompass all consumer facing staff working across every sector.  The Safer Gambling Week campaign provides small organisations like YGAM with a unique platform to reach millions of people through a variety of platforms which is just not achievable during other weeks of the year. In the build up to this year’s campaign, we’ve had media requests from countless mainstream outlets leading to further opportunities to raise awareness of the impactful work we do.  As a harm-prevention charity, we are pleased to be supporting Safer Gambling Week and we are committed to collaborating with anyone who shares our vision.  We are still a small organisation with very ambitious plans so our partnerships and collaborations help us reach thousands of young people across all regions of the country. The profile and calibre of organisations who are enthusiastic to work with us really highlights the quality of our programmes and the importance of our social purpose.  Football Index Responsible gambling The YGAM team has risen to the challenges of lockdown by accelerating the digital transformation of our education resources and using virtual classrooms to deliver interactive sessions.  Despite Covid-19, we’re now reaching more teachers, more parents, more students, more communities and therefore more young people.  NUS Safer Gambling Week: A platform to reach millions Looking ahead 20th November 2020 | By Robin Harrison I believe there are some talented people in the sector who are genuinely working hard to improve player protection and safer gambling initiatives. But I do think the customer facing teams in gambling operators can improve by understanding gambling-related harm through the powerful lens of lived-experience.  It was particularly encouraging to see DCMS Minister Nigel Huddleston publicly supporting what Safer Gambling Week is trying to achieve. We need the Government and all parliamentarians to engage properly with the topic and understand the evidence and issues to deliver what is needed in the upcoming review of the Gambling Act.  Email Addresslast_img read more

Sportpesa live in Kenya again after court overturns licence suspension

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Sportpesa’s initial 2019 withdrawal from the market was due to an excise tax on betting stakes being raised from 10% to 20%. The tax was ultimately removed entirely in Kenya’s budget, which became law in July this year. However, the country’s Treasury Secretary Ukur Yatani has claimed the government will look to reintroduce the tax before the year’s end. However, following multiple Kenyan High Court rulings in its favour, the operator has announced that it is now once again permitted to launch in the country. Sportpesa live in Kenya again after court overturns licence suspension The BCLB had initially also requested a meeting with Milestone operations manager Bernard Chauro regarding the suspension, but the BCLB noted that – given the suspension had lapsed – the meeting would be cancelled. Sportpesa has once again resumed activity in Kenya, following a new ruling from the country’s High Court. Email Address Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting Legal Licensing Regulation Online sports betting Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Tags: Sportpesa  “We continue to work with all regulatory authorities in the jurisdictions in which we operate, and note the recent correspondence we have had with the Betting Control and Licensing Board,” Sportpesa added. 30th November 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Legal & compliance That tax followed a dispute over a different 20% tax on winnings, which the BCLB had interpreted to include the original stake, causing it to suspend Sportpesa’s payments until the operator paid the back taxes the regulator said were owed. However, a November 2019 court ruling affirmed Sportpesa’s interpretation that stakes were not included in the tax. “SportPesa is pleased with a series of recent High Court rulings in Kenya, which have enabled us to rightfully return to our home market,” it said. “We look forward to this issue being resolved quickly and efficiently, so that we can continue to provide our services and support the Kenyan economy at this essential time.” Regions: Africa East Africa Kenya The operator initially returned from a year-long withdrawal from its home market last month under a licence held by a new operator, Milestone Games.  However, this return was short-lived as regulator the Betting Control and Licensing Board (BCLB) ruled that its new licence holder did not have permission to use the Sportpesa brand. In a letter to Sportpesa, BCLB chairman Cyrus Maina said Sportpesa was still engaged in an appeal over its own licence and that this prevented another licensee from using the brand.last_img read more

IGT executive vice president Bugno resigns

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter People Tags: IGT Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Technology supplier IGT has announced that executive vice president of new business and strategic initiatives Walter Bugno has resigned from his position. Responsibilities for strategic initiatives will be taken up by the IGT strategy and corporate development department. Regions: Europe UK & Ireland Going forward, IGT’s new business responsibilities – which Bugno handled – will be split between its global lottery and global gaming business units. Email Addresscenter_img IGT CEO Marco Sala said: “I would like to thank Walter for his accomplishments over the course of more than 10 years of senior leadership at IGT. His efforts have made meaningful contributions to the strength of our global leadership. Topics: People People moves IGT executive vice president Bugno resigns “At every stage of his time with IGT, Walter successfully engaged teams across multiple regions, built significant customer relationships, fostered continued talent development and championed innovation throughout his organization. On behalf of everyone at IGT, I wish Walter well in his future endeavors.” 4th May 2021 | By Nosa Omoigui Both units were created last year as part of an overhaul of IGT’s organisational structure. IGT said Bugno will pursue a new professional opportunity.last_img read more

Osasuna vs Athletic Club LIVE in La Liga: Head to Head…

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Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter La Liga LIVE between Osasuna vs Athletic Club Here some details related Osasuna vs Athletic Club teams news, broadcast details and Timing in India.La Liga LIVE: Osasuna vs Athletic ClubMatch DetailsMatch – Osasuna vs Athletic ClubDate – 24 Oct 2020Time – 10:00 PM (IST)Where to watch La Liga 2020-21 LIVE in India?La Liga will not be broadcast on any television channel in India. 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