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Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Bingo Cejuego blasts government over delayed casino reopenings Email Address 3rd June 2020 | By contenteditor Spanish gambling trade association the Consejo Empresarial del Juego (Cejuego) has hit out at the country’s government over its decision to delay the reopening of gaming venues until phase three of the country’s exit from lockdown.All gambling facilities across Spain have been closed since 14 March, when the country entered lockdown in an effort to slow the spread of novel coronavirus (Covid-19).As the Covid-19 situation is now improving in Spain, the country’s government has relaxed some restrictions as it proceeds with a phased exit from lockdown, with certain facilities now permitted to reopen in select regions.The most recent update from the government placed gambling facilities in phase three of the process. As of 1 June, only the Canary Islands of El Hierro, La Gomera and La Graciosa, and the Balearic Island of Formentera, were classed as being in phase three, meaning gambling venues in these regions can now reopen.Last week, Spanish gambling regulator Dirección General de Ordenación de Juego (DGOJ) issued a warning to gaming venues not to reopen until they were permitted to do so by the government.Cejuego has now criticised the decision to delay the reopening of gaming venues to this latter stage, despite such facilities being similar to that of bars and retail stores that have already been permitted to reopen.“According to the Royal Decree of March 14, once the de-escalation began, it would be carried out by health-related criteria and not by area of activity: this is not being respected,” Cejuego chief executive Alejandro Landaluce said. “It is being carried out in a discriminatory way and as a sector we feel disadvantaged.”Cejuego also criticised some of the criteria that venues must adhere to when they are permitted to reopen, with the Ministry of Health saying gaming rooms may open at 50% capacity but not have more than 50 people inside, including staff. The association said that while this may be possible for some gaming rooms and betting shops, it is “incompatible for the opening of casinos and bingo halls”.Landaluce said: “We do not understand that a restriction of 50 people is applied to the gambling venues, regardless of the capacity of the room, as it is a measure that does not adhere to sanitary reasons and that is not applied in other activities similar to gambling.“Establishments such as bingo halls and casinos require a large number of staff to operate, so this measure is incompatible with the opening of the activity in many cases.”Landaluce also noted that if venues were to reopen at such limitations, it would be difficult for operators to reactivate employment and remove some staff from ERTE (furlough). According to Cejuego, over 47,000 people are employed in the retail gambling sector in Spain, with a further 174,500 indirect jobs related to the market.“It is difficult to explain to your workers that they have to continue to be on furlough while they see how other sectors with similar characteristics are returning to work,” Landaluce said.“We face daily the uncertainty of whether the opening authorisation will take place or not within a period of less than 24 hours, without prior notice that allows us to prepare the venues and employees for the opening.”Last week, it was also confirmed that professional sport in Spain will resume this month following the Covid-19 enforced suspension, with horse racing to return from 3 June, followed by the country’s football leagues on 11 June. Spanish gambling trade association the Consejo Empresarial del Juego (Cejuego) has hit out at the country’s government over its decision to delay the reopening of gaming venues until phase three of the country’s exit from lockdown. Regions: Europe Southern Europe Spain Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Sports betting Bingo Tags: OTB and Betting Shops AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter
Kindred: Match-fixing threatens “fundamental idea of sports” 5th June 2020 | By Conor Mulheir Sports betting AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Kindred Group chief executive Henrik Tjärnström described match-fixing as one of the biggest threats facing professional sport, when announcing the operator’s involvement in Fair Sports 4 All, its latest collaboration with the European Football for Development Network (EFDN).Kindred originally partnered with the network last year, becoming its first commercial community partner. It has since collaborated on projects such as Active Fans, a programme aimed at encouraging over 35s to keep physically active, and #supporterofeachother, a campaign to encourage individuals, sports teams and companies to support one another through the Covid-19 pandemic.Fair Sports 4 All is the latest in this series of collaborations, and focuses on the battle against match-fixing in professional sport.The project will involve online education and networking for elite sports clubs, athletes, players and managers. Although the project is aimed primarily at the football industry, other mainstream sports will be able to benefit from its guidelines.The aim is to increase awareness of match-fixing among players, managers and other stakeholders in professional sport. Those receiving the training will also learn coping skills for resisting the temptation of match-fixing, and how best to report suspected match-fixing to the relevant authorities.“Match-fixing is a threat to the fundamental idea of sports,” Kindred CEO Tjärnström said. “Billions of people around the world enjoy participating in or consuming sport, and if the unpredictability of sport events is taken away, this fundamental idea is in severe jeopardy.Explaining the relevance for Kindred, he continued: “Match-fixing is also a threat to the gambling industry. If people lose faith in the honesty of sports events, they will lose faith in betting products as well. Therefore we are excited for the Fair Sports 4 All project where we can, together with EFDN, truly make a difference and together fight this very important battle.”Hubert Rovers, CEO of the EFDN added: “We are proud to launch the programme together with Kindred, a competent partner with a sustainability-driven approach for sponsorships and community initiatives.”While the betting industry is vocal about the dangers of match-fixing, the scale of the problem is difficult to ascertain. The industry’s main integrity watchdog, the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA), reported an increase in suspicious activity for the first quarter of 2020, while the Global Lottery Monitoring System (GLMS) which monitors betting across lottery-operated sportsbooks, highlighted a decline. Kindred CEO Henrik Tjärnström today explained the importance of the operator’s latest collaboration with The European Football for Development Network; Fair Sports 4 All. Regions: Europe Topics: Sports betting Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Address
However, this also represented a 23.4% month-over-month decline, for the market’s lowest monthly total since $514,959 in March. Online gambling revenue in October amounted to $643,714 (£485,193/€541,972), up from $246,092 in the same month last year. Video lottery games (slots) again proved to be the main source of income for operators, with revenue here amounting to $450,428, ahead of table games at $150,010 and poker rake and fees on $43,276. 17th November 2020 | By Robert Fletcher As with revenue, this represented a fall from the prior month, albeit not as steep, falling 1.4%. Topics: Finance Online casino Players wagered a total of $17.8m on online gambling in October, an increase of 89.4% on the same month last year, and won a total of $17.2m in the process. Finance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The Delaware Lottery reported a 161.6% year-on-year increase in igaming revenue for October, though this was its lowest monthly total since March. Read the full story on iGB North America. Delaware igaming revenue slips to eight-month low in October Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Regions: Delaware Email Address
Regions: Nordics Finland AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Current restrictions, imposed since late November amid a surge in Covid-19 cases in multiple regions, are due to expire today (15 December). There are currently just three districts – Lapland, Eastern Savo and North Savo – in which it can offer land-based gaming. 15th December 2020 | By Robin Harrison It had previously pledged to roll out the feature by the end of January, but has now confirmed that this will be in place earlier than planned. After its long-awaited introduction, players must log in order to gamble on the slots, and will also be able to self-exclude from the terminals. This shut-down of the operator’s Casino Helsinki venue, and its Feel Vegas and Pelaamo arcade chains, has prompted the operator to enter negotiations with staff over temporary lay-offs, of up to 90 days. This, however, will only be introduced at devices hosted in third party locations. Account-based play will not be rolled out at Veikkaus’ proprietary slot arcades until summer next year. In related news, Veikkaus will find out tomorrow (16 December) if it will to have to keep its land-based operations in a number of regions of the country shuttered as a result of rising novel coronavirus (Covid-19) cases. Tags: Veikkaus Land-based casino “We continue following the instructions and will act accordingly,” the operator’s senior vice president of channels and sales Jari Heino said. “The authorities have access to the best expertise available as regards the coronavirus pandemic, and we will naturally act in compliance with their instructions.” Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Topics: Casino & games Land-based casino Slots Finnish gambling monopoly Veikkaus has confirmed that compulsory identity verification controls will be in place across its network of slot machines from 12 January, 2021. A pilot programme for the account-based play began in September, before being expanded to more regions in November. Its introduction follows efforts by Veikkaus to reduce the number of slots in operation across the country, with 8,000 to be taken offline by the end of the year. Having originally committed to taking 3,500 devices out of service, it increased this number in June. Veikkaus to introduce ID verification for slots from 12 January
GGY from other online gambling, including casino, increased 11% to 362.7m, while virtual sports betting was up 9% to £6.6m. GGY, however, was up by 3% to £74.5m, again the highest monthly figure since Covid-19 reporting began. Sports betting drives GB online gambling revenue growth in October Online poker GGY climbed 5% to £8.3m, but online esports betting slipped 39% to £795,705, its lowest total since the regulator began reporting monthly figures. The GB Gambling Commission said sports betting’s best monthly performance since the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic began helped online gross gambling yield (GGY) grow 29% month-on-month in November. Overall sports betting yield – or revenue – amounted to £290.1m (€319.8m/$391.8m), up 53% from £189.7m in September. According to data collected from operators accounting for 80% of the British market, the increase in real event betting led to a rise in online revenue for September, which grew up to £524.0m. Email Address Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 18th December 2020 | By Robert Fletcher Topics: Finance Results 2020 The number of bets placed increased 8% to almost 5.1bn, while active accounts reached 2.8m, the highest total during the Covid-19 period. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The Commission said real event betting GGY was helped by a rise in the number of active players (up 7%) and bets placed (up 12%), as well as abnormal sports results in the month, including defending champions Liverpool losing 7-2 to Aston Villa in football’s English Premier League. In terms of land-based gambling, based on data from operators making up 85% the market, the Commission said the number of over-the-counter bets placed in October fell 2% to 60.4m. Finance GGY from self-service betting terminals (SSBTs) also reached a pandemic-high of $41.2m, which was 49% higher than £27.6m in September. The number of bets placed on SSBTs in October also climbed 11% month-on-month. Regions: UK & Ireland Machine GGY was at its highest since the pandemic started, rising 2% month-on-month to £88.5m. The number of sessions fell 2% to 8.2m, but spend per session was up 48p to £10.77, while the number of spins per session increased 3% to 126. Elsewhere, online slots yield climbed 10% month-over-month to £172.5m, its highest monthly total since May. This represents the highest monthly total since the Commission started publishing yield data for the market’s performance during the Covid-19 pandemic. Tags: Gambling Commission The Commission also noted a 12% increase in the number of online slot sessions to 27m for the month, as well as a 12% rise in the amount of sessions that lasted over an hour to 2.2m.
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