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Findmyexpert’s 2019 industry predictions

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David Copeland, CEO of Findmyexpert, shares his thoughts on what the new year will have in store for the global iGaming industry… As we approach the end of the year, it is a perfect opportunity to reflect upon a fantastic 2018 and look forward to all the possibilities that 2019 will bring. 2018 was arguably the most significant 12 months the gaming industry has undergone in a decade. The undoubted highlight came in May, when the Supreme Court of the United States repealed PASPA, the federal ban on sports betting. To describe this as a seismic shift in the global gaming landscape would be an understatement; this has opened up a market that will eventually become the largest in the world for sports betting. But the action in 2018 was not restricted to the United States. In th...

This time for Africa

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The industry’s attention has been captivated by regulatory progress in the USA, but there are huge opportunities on the table in Africa. Here is what you need to know… While most of the global gaming community has been focused on the undeniably exciting developments in the United States over the past few months, other opportunities have flown under the radar. There has been much talk of emerging markets in igaming for several years now, although this chatter has tended to focus on Latin America and southeast Asia. Yet one region which is finally beginning to attract some serious attention - not to mention investment - is Africa. Igaming is not a new phenomenon in this part of the world. Several markets, particularly Kenya and Nigeria, have fairly developed igaming sectors, ...

Findmyexpert’s 2018 Global Gaming Expo diary

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David Copeland, CEO of Findmyexpert, talks through some of his key takeaways from G2E Las Vegas, including the huge opportunity for consultants. As the Findmyexpert team touched down at Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport earlier this month, it was immediately clear that this would be the most hotly-anticipated Global Gaming Expo since the annual event was first hosted back in 2001. The expo, more commonly known as G2E, is a chance for gaming execs from the US and beyond to gather in Vegas and discuss the state of our industry. Of course, the 12 months since the event was last hosted have seen a monumental shift in the landscape of the US gaming industry. The Supreme Court’s decision in May to repeal the federal ban on sports betting - PASPA - has opened the gates to ...

Startups can disrupt iGaming – but they need a helping hand

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Hiring top talent and raising capital are two key issues iGaming startups face. This is how project-based consultants can help overcome these challenges and allow new businesses to thrive. The global iGaming landscape is changing. When the sector began to grow significantly in the early 2000s, it was very much a European affair. The key markets were focused in Europe, and many of the early movers were established businesses which had enjoyed decades of success in the land-based sector. Today’s environment is, of course, very different. More importantly, it is always evolving. Asia continues to grow at a remarkable pace. It remains the biggest iGaming market in the world, and while regulatory progress has been slow, the continent’s grey markets still offer plenty of opportun...

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