The Golden Nugget in Atlantic City launched the first regulated online Live Dealer product in the US last Thursday. After the first weekend of business, vice president of online gaming Thomas Winter is delighted.

eSports has evolved into a major potential market for bookmakers, but unless stakeholders come together to ensure the integrity of contests, they may find regulation foisted upon them.

William Hill was the UK’s leading bookmaker – online and off – but the numbers have gone into reverse, executives have left in droves and CEO James Henderson has issued a profit warning. Gaming Intelligence looks for the causes of its malaise and asks where it goes from here.

Aspire Global CEO Tsachi Maimon provides a glimpse at its roadmap, revealing the steps behind the company’s success as a B2B casino platform provider, and its planned expansion into sports betting. 

Intralot chief executive Antonios Kerastaris is trying to reinvent the Greek company. Gaming Intelligence asks Kerastaris and products chief Nick Papadoglou to explain how they will make it happen.

The integration of Scientific Games with Bally Technologies, Shuffle Master and WMS was completed at the end of last year. Chief executive Gavin Isaacs and his senior management team explain where the company goes from here.

Ladbrokes’ chief marketing officer Kristof Fahy is preparing for his first major test at the operator with Euro 2016 on the horizon. Here he explains to Gaming Intelligence his plans for establishing Ladbrokes as the first choice for consumers.

KamaGames' Pokerist Texas Poker has been a consistent performer in the social casino market but the studio has long believed it can do better. With a new London office set up and PokerStars’ former head of mobile joining the team, the company believes it can grow into a business capable of disrupting the sector’s top tier.

Bosnia and Herzegovina-based software provider NSoft, which is backed by minority stakeholder Sportradar, has firmly set its sights on expanding its presence in the gaming industry. Chief executive Stjepko Čordaš tells Gaming Intelligence how his company is primed for further international growth.

Gibraltar-based Lottoland has experienced huge success since its inception in 2013 as a B2C lottery provider. Now it wants to replicate that success in the B2B space. Chief executive Nigel Birrell and B2B director Michael Bogie speak to Gaming Intelligence about the logic behind the move.

Having completed a number of smaller acquisitions to aid the growth of its iGaming business, Cherry has completed its biggest deal to date with the purchase of ComeOn. Chief executive Fredrik Burvall explains why he sees the growing business as a holding company in which smaller ones are freed up to innovate.

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