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With the first Latin American Responsible Gambling Symposium kicking off in Chile this week, Gaming Intelligence spoke with the head of Chilean gambling regulator Superintendencia de Casinos de Juego (SCJ), Vivien Villagrán Acuña, about the challenges and opportunities facing the sector in 2018.

In the latest in our series of articles ahead of Swedish re-regulation, we look at Betsson, which is attempting to come back from an uncharacteristically turbulent period before the regulated market opens in January 2019.

Chief executive officer Itai Frieberger puts 888’s difficult year in perspective and explains why he has high hopes for the year ahead.

Few would deny that the technology industry, and by extension online gaming, is a bit of a boy's club. Girls in Tech Gibraltar is determined to change this.

NetEnt's initial roll-out of live dealer casino games was not quite the smash hit it had originally hoped for. Through a partnership with Mr Green, it now believes it can offer a totally new experience in the vertical with Live Beyond Live.

The row over fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) is coming to an end and the battle appears to be lost. As the battlefield moves inexorably towards online, will CEOs learn the lessons their land-based counterparts failed to grasp? Richard Flint, Ralph Topping and others offer their solutions.

When Relax Gaming named Daniel Eskola as its next chief executive it marked the latest coup for a supplier that has quietly emerged as one of the fast-growing of the new generation of iGaming suppliers.

One of the most intriguing aspects of the Swedish market is a reaction to synergies. In the latest of our series on prime movers in the soon-to-be-regulated Swedish market, Cherry chief executive officer Anders Holmgren states the case for small.

Best known for its poker product Pokerist, KamaGames is launching a bid to become a leading, full-service social casino operator. Managing director Andrey Kuznetsov reveals the plan.