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Gambling companies are looking to stiff their customers and offer products that can harm family life. This assessment may seem harsh but it reflects the perception of the sector by the UK public.

It was a slow start to the second quarter for most of the listed companies involved in the iGaming sector as combined shares prices grew by just 1.5 per cent during April.

Stride Gaming has captured 10 per cent of the UK online bingo market, making it the fourth largest operator. Gaming Intelligence Hot 50 winner Darren Sims, Stride’s chief operating officer, explains that it’s people rather than technology, which are driving this bingo powerhouse.

Videoslots chief executive officer Alexander Stevendahl won a place in this year’s Gaming Intelligence Hot 50 on the back of his innovative Battle of Slots, and as he explains, the innovation has only just begun.

The gambling industry has stayed largely silent since UK regulators launched an investigation into unfair practices. But behind closed doors, operators are concerned, and with similar issues arising in Spain, the problem seems to be growing.

Why the British gaming industry is bracing itself for an advertising crackdown.

There were decent returns to be made by shareholders in the iGaming sector during the first quarter of 2017, with listed operators and suppliers seeing their combined share price grow by 3.60 per cent by the end of March.

With Prime Minister Theresa May set to trigger the start of Britain's exit from the European Union today, we look at the issues most likely to affect the remote gaming industry, from the free movement of people to the broadcasting of Scandinavian TV channels from the United Kingdom.

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