Gaming Intelligence Quarterly (GIQ) Apr-Jun 2015 Issue

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Intertain and the Canadian boom
CEO John FitzGerald and others explain why Canada is where it's at

The Gaming Intelligence Awards
888, bet365, PokerStars and more were at ICE to receive the very first Gaming Intelligence Awards

Saving Poker

Our panel of experts look at how to resuscitate poker

Social Gaming Intelligence

Is real-money gaming finished on Facebook? And why is it so hard to provide social sports betting?


South Africa tightens up; US fantasy sports rolls out; European regulatory bulletin


In the spotlight Evolution Gaming
Operators William Hill, Paddy Power,, 888, Unibet, Betsson and more
Suppliers Playtech, Net Entertainment, Kambi and more


Assessing the reign of Gary Loveman at Caesars, plus all the quarter's moves


GTECH chooses IGT as primary brand; plus all the latest news


OpenBet and Playtech vie for omni-channel supremacy

Poker Focus

Poker goes corporate The market is dominated by PokerStars, but that does not stop others from grabbing a piece of the action, writes Archie Watt of KPMG

Liquidity pooling critical to the success of online poker Ifrah Law was recruited by the Delaware State Lottery to help draft the groundbreaking liquidity sharing agreement with Nevada. Attorney Sarah Koch explains how it was done and how it could be applied elsewhere

The future of the network Playtech's iPoker network is the only network left challenging PokerStars. Head of iPoker Joerg Nottebaum explains its strategy

California's route to market Occasionally a commonsense nonpartisan approach to legislation emerges in the US. More commonly, legislation is characterised by bickering and special-interest influences, write Randall Sayre

From Leeches to Niches Microgaming Head of Poker Alex Scott explains how he hopes to challenge the overwhelming dominance of PokerStars

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

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