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GIQ Jul-Sep 2014 Issue

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End of an era for PokerStars
How Isai Scheinberg created the world’s best online poker company
COO Rafi Ashkenazi on the Rational Group culture
The making of Amaya
PokerStars’ prospects in the US
What Amaya-Stars means for the competition

Social Gaming Intelligence

Video games companies muscle in on social gaming

Letters from America

Maintaining the status quo - Former Nevada regulator Randall Sayre despairs at the dysfunctional politics surrounding prospective iGaming legislation


The roll-out of iGaming in the US continues to crawl at a tortuous pace. Meanwhile the online gaming industry needs to convince US banks as well as politicians that it can operate as a regulated and trusted industry


The GIQ20 Q1 results analysis
In the spotlight: Caesars Interactive
Sportsbook operators endure a tough start to 2014
Grey markets king GVC takes aim at the Nordic market
Gaming suppliers fly high as industry grows
Teething troubles in New Jersey but the race is hotting up


From Betfair to social to San Manuel: Mathew Cullen discusses leaving social casino behind to head up the iGaming arm of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians at a crucial time for poker in California


Ladbrokes plots turnaround strategy, but how will the marketing overhaul pan out?


Kambi targets lotteries following independence from Unibet, going head-to-head with OpenBet and GTECH

Casino Focus

GTECH senior vice president Matteo Monteverdi talks about how slots players have benefitted from the land/online channel convergence and what new technologies will mean to the future of the online casino industry

David Johnson gives us an easy-to-follow guide to the secret of NYX’s success

Jack Gold’s struggles highlight the difficulties of launching in the competitive UK market. Locus Gaming CEO Ed Andrewes explains why B2B will be different

Plus the full complement of legal, financial, M&A, new products, marketing, mobile and people news from across the industry.

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