A combination of mergers and new regulations mean that the landscape for affiliates in the gaming and gambling industry are continually changing.
At last week’s Excellence in Gaming (EIG) conference in Berlin, this was one of the topics of debate, with panelists evaluating the best way for companies to maximise profits when competing against state lotteries.
New gambling laws in Belgium which will effectively outlaw the affiliate model in the gambling sector are likely to be implemented within a year, according to lawyer Tatiana Klaeser of Klaeser Avocat.
The first day of EiG tackled a key issue for the gambling industry - how can it effectively identify problem gambling behaviour?
Clarion Gaming has announced the launch of iGB Live! a new consolidated event which will feature leading brands, iGaming Super Show, EiG, and the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference, each of which will retain its own dedicated presence and brand personality. The creation of iGB Live! is part of the...
Russia is going through regulatory changes that could increase the appeal for what is a relatively untapped sports betting market.
As a betting product the rise of esports has been significant, it has ushered in a new category of punter that betting operators need to focus on.
Bill South, Group Director of Security and Community Affairs at William Hill, will be using his presence at EiG to debate gaming prohibition versus regulation and to map out what a successful betting regulatory framework looks like before drawing together conclusions around the development of an...
Sky Bet’s decision to abruptly cancel its affiliate hub ushered in a period of uncertainty for the relationship between affiliates and operators.