Poland’s Ministry of Finance and National Revenue Administration have issued a warning reminding residents that gambling illegally is a criminal offence subject to fines of up to PLN4.4m (€975,740).
Acquiring and retaining players is essential for online gambling businesses. But operators seem to face no end of challenges — and competition — when building a base of loyal players. To give operators a leg up, software and business solution provider Slotegrator has published a new ebook on marketing for online casinos and sportsbooks.
An increasing number of countries is considering legalizing the gambling industry. In late 2019, the government of Uzbekistan decided to legalize sports betting business to boost the country’s sports industry. After a long wait, the legislation is soon to come into effect — but players are already out of patience.
Polish sports data provider STATSCORE has come up with a “50% off” offer for betting businesses which launched in 2020 or later.
Pronet Gaming has opened a new ‘innovation hub’ in Sofia, Bulgaria, which will support the growth of its tech systems and client partnerships.
Tanel Kiik, Estonia’s minister of social affairs, has signed a directive to provide €200,000 in funding to the MTÜ Gambling Addiction Counselling Centre. The funds will be used to monitor problem gambling among young people and to support the body’s existing treatment centre.
The online gambling industry is going from strength to strength and through the incorporation of innovative and dynamic technologies, it’s growth is set to continue exponentially for the foreseeable future.
The size of the global online gambling market was estimated at USD 42.6 billion in 2020. According to the forecasts of IFF Market Research, in the years 2021-2027 it will grow at a rate of 10.4% per year. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, more and more people are enjoying online entertainment in their homes, using […]
Already 11 percent Global Internet traffic is gambling. Poles are also more eager to play for money online. Annually, they spend over EUR 1.4 billion this way.
The Czech Republic is pushing back against local media claims of the government’s inability to punish online gambling operators that serve local punters without a local license.