The winners of the annual Gaming Intelligence Awards were revealed this week in London, with Gala Coral and Playtech leading the charge with two awards each, while Scientific Games and NetEnt retained their crowns for a second year.
It wasn’t a great year for the world’s financial markets, but the companies making up the Gaming Intelligence stock list saw their combined share price increase by an impressive 57 per cent over the course of 2015.
Virtual sports is evolving into an increasingly competitive sector, with the fight for supremacy set to heat up further in 2016. Vermantia CEO Filippos Antonopoulos explains why he believes focusing on developing a strong customer base will ultimately lead to success.
Swedish gaming operator Cherry returned to profit in Q3 under the leadership of chief executive Fredrik Burvall. As he approaches the first anniversary of his appointment to the top job, Burvall talks to Gaming Intelligence about what he has done to turn the company around.
The past twelve months have seen continued consolidation in the social casino space, with land-based operators dominating the market. But perhaps the most intriguing trend is a resurgence of Zynga and social sports, two much-maligned components of the sector.
In a preview of the major revamp of its bingo offering set to be announced at next year’s ICE Totally Gaming show, Gary Keaney, Head of Product at Playtech Bingo, explains why the company is focusing on mobile gaming as it looks to remain a leader in the bingo supplier space.
Gibraltar-based lottery betting specialist Lottoland is bringing a new gaming product to market through its B2B arm Lottoland Solutions, with newly appointed vice president Glen Bullen targeting key partnerships with a number of leading operators and suppliers.
Many expected potential infringement proceedings to prompt Germany to overhaul its gambling legislation after years without a resolution, but Hesse has already doomed the controversial State Treaty to failure.