Email Address New Zealand’s Racing Industry Bill is set to become law after it passed a third reading in parliament and will now proceed forward for Royal Assent. NZ Racing Industry Bill set for Royal Assent AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 25th June 2020 | By contenteditor New Zealand’s Racing Industry Bill is set to become law after it passed a third reading in parliament and will now proceed forward for Royal Assent.Filed in December last year, the bill is the second part in a two-step process that saw the Racing Reform Act implemented from 1 July 2019.The bill was set to come into effect from 1 July this year, but progress stalled as lawmakers switched their focus to responding to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. This also saw the country’s Minister for Racing Winston Peters to extend the terms of the board of the sector’s temporary governing body, the Racing Industry Transition Agency (RITA), to whichever comes first of 30 June 2021, or when the Racing Industry Bill comes into effect.RITA remains confident the bill could be implemented from 1 August this year, however. Major components of the bill include RITA being dissolved and replaced by a new entity, Racing NZ, while the Tab would be established as a pure betting, broadcasting and gaming entity.Racing codes are also now set to take on greater roles and responsibilities for developing and promoting their sport, rather than having this coordinated by Racing NZ.Approval in parliament means that Royal Asset, usually a formality, is the only thing standing in the way of the bill coming into law.“The passing of the bill delivers generational reform of New Zealand racing by providing the power to the industry to move forward in a way that hadn’t been previously possible,” RITA said jointly with New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing, Harness Racing New Zealand and Greyhound Racing New Zealand.“The bill clearly sets out the roles and responsibilities of each industry body, and it is the intention of each organisation to take up these roles and responsibilities with a positive and collaborative outlook from day one after commencement of the bill.“While there will always be continual challenges ahead for racing, the reform and support provided by this Government has given this industry the opportunity to reassert the relevance of the sport and put racing on a sustainable footing.“Earlier in June, New Zealand’s Transport and Infrastructure Select Committee put forward a number of proposed changes to the bill, including that Racing NZ should be established immediately after the bill becomes law.Other changes adopted included the removal of a clause that granted Tab NZ exclusive use of racing industry intellectual property, as well as making it easier for the industry to strike content supply deals with offshore bookmakers, to ensure they pay for use of New Zealand racing products.The first bill filed in the process to overhaul the governance structures for New Zealand racing, the Racing Reform Act, introduced a point of consumption tax – though no licensing system – for offshore operators, and revamped the racing fees structure. It also established RITA as the temporary successor to the New Zealand Racing Board. Tags: Race Track and Racino Horse racing Regions: Oceania New Zealand Topics: Legal & compliance Sports betting Horse racing
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter 11th September 2020 | By contenteditor Problem gambling charity GambleAware has announced the launch of the next phase of its Bet Regret national safer gambling campaign. Regions: UK & Ireland Problem gambling charity GambleAware has announced the launch of the next phase of its Bet Regret national safer gambling campaign.From today (11 September) ahead of the English football season starting at the weekend, the campaign will continue to target men aged between 18 and 34 who frequently gamble on sport.The latest phase of the project will comprise two television adverts, alongside a radio and digital campaign. The first TV ad will premiere during the televised Premier League season-opener between Fulham and Arsenal tomorrow.The advert will feature a wrestling theme, based around the concept of ‘tapping-out for time out’ and encouraging punters to pause before making an impulsive bet.“This new campaign is designed to help fans steer clear of Bet Regret and reduce potential gambling harms,” GambleAware trustee and chair of the Safer Gambling Campaign Board Sian Griffiths explained.GambleAware said the second phase of the campaign took into account research by Ipsos, which evaluated the first year of the initiative. Findings included that self-awareness among the main target audience of men aged 18-35 is increasing and their behaviour is changing, but still require specific advice on safe betting.This research revealed that following the return of football in June after a three-month shutdown caused by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, 27% of respondents were betting more than before the lockdown, while 62% had bet on football online in the past month.GambleAware also took into account new research from the Football Supporters Association (FSA), which surveyed male fans to learn more about their attitudes and behaviours.This poll discovered that 83% of fans were more likely to bet on a game they are watching at home than if they were there in person, with 73% saying it is easier to place a bet when at home. Fans in the UK are not currently able to attend matches due to Covid-19 restrictions.“The first year of the Bet Regret campaign had a positive impact on our target audience,” Griffiths said. “We are looking to build on that success by influencing behaviour change through encouraging sports bettors to ‘tap out’ of their gambling app and take a moment to reflect before placing a risky, impulsive bet.The campaign has also received backing from the government, with a number of Ministers coming forward to praise GambleAware for its the efforts to address problem gambling,Jo Churchill MP, Minister for Prevention, Public Health and Primary Care, said: “It is excellent news that the Bet Regret campaign is entering its second year and encouraging those who may be placing a bet to pause and reconsider. It also helps ensure that anyone who needs it can get advice and support to protect them from gambling related harm.”Nigel Huddleston MP, Minister for Sport, Tourism and Heritage Nigel Huddleston added: “Safer gambling messaging has a vital role to play in protecting people from gambling-related harm. This new GambleAware campaign is a creative and engaging way to urge people to pause and reflect on the implications of their actions.”The launch of phase two comes after GambleAware earlier this month revealed that it had secured a number of new partners to support the ongoing campaign.Men’s weight loss charity Man v Fat and Supporters Direct Scotland, a group looking help fans gain influence and ownership of their clubs, both committed their support, while existing partnerships with the FSA and Scottish Football Supporters Association were renewed.Bet Regret launched in February 2019, followed by a second wave of activity in August that year, the latter backed by GVC Holdings, which donated branding rights from its partnerships with football clubs to the campaign.GambleAware has supported the ongoing campaign by launching a new online portal in January 2020 to provide punters with information on how to gamble safely and sustainably, as well as links to the Bet Regret assets.In addition, a special campaign ran when football returned after the Covid-19 shutdown, encouraging punters to think twice before they placed a bet. Marketing & affiliates Topics: Marketing & affiliates Sports betting Strategy GambleAware launches latest phase of Bet Regret campaign Email Address
Colombia’s second-largest city, Medellín, was cited in August as being the first in the nation to reopen its land-based casinos and bingo halls, after its alert level was downgraded from orange to yellow due to a low infection fatality rate and a lower number of deaths per capita than other municipalities. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Under Decree 808, operators are permitted to offer up to two draws annually in different months, and must return 58% of stakes to players as winnings. Revenue would not be subject to gaming or lottery duties, or value added tax, but operators would have to pay 12% of turnover to the state, to be distributed between the National Gaming Council (Consejo Nacional de Juegos de Suerte y Azar) and the National Federation of Departments (Federación Nacional de Departamentos). Colombian court approves online prize draw legislation Since June, employees of the nation’s gambling industry have been calling for gaming premises to be reopened, as some 240,000 families are reliant upon the industry for their income. Pilot plans to reopen land-based casinos and other gaming venues were first approved in August, however without a singular nationwide approval, it was down to each individual municipality to authorise pilot plans locally. The national government of Colombia has legally ratified Decree 808, which was introduced in June this year to help shore up the country’s gambling industry and protect funding for its heathcare system in the wake of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Because a state of national emergency was declared in response to the pandemic, the Colombian government had significant legislative powers to make changes to gaming regulation, provided that it did not eliminate operators’ income and was ultimately designed to fund the national healthcare system. These rules were subject to approval by the Colombian Constitutional Court, which has now declared the temporary measures as compliant with the country’s consitution. Juan B. Pérez Hidalgo, president Coljuegos, celebrated the court’s decision, stating that: “We are all committed to implementing these measures as quickly as possible, guaranteeing transparency, quality operations and greater resources for Colombian healthcare.” Regions: LATAM Colombia While land-based casinos and gaming halls remained closed as a result of the pandemic, and sports betting suffered from an international shutdown of professional sport, Decree 808 allowed operators to offer online prize draws. This allowed them to continue generating revenue while brick-and-mortar venues were shuttered. Topics: Legal & compliance Regulation Regulation In addition to the new rules permitting occasional online prize draws Colombian gambling regulator Coljuegos has also permitted online bingo and legalised live dealer games during the pandemic. 21st September 2020 | By Aaron Noy Email Address
It gives the business full control of the esports infrastructure, as well as esports betting (through Vie.gg) and real-money (through Argyll). This in turn gives it greater control over its destiny, with plans to ultimately migrate Argyll’s Sportnation away from SBTech and onto a proprietary platform. Regions: US Johnson points out that when novel coronavirus (Covid-19) hit, the traditional sports such as basketball and soccer were quick to shift focus to esports, with leagues based around Fifa and NBA 2K to engage with fans. That doesn’t necessarily preclude the business from innovating he is quick to add, arguing instead that “innovation needs regulation”. While that’s an impressive achievement, it also means it will be looked to as the business that sets out clearly how esports and real-money gaming are to dovetail. That esports betting offering is facilitated through its core B2C site Vie.gg, which not only provides a highly targeted offering for the core esports audience, but will be expanded with the LANduel peer-to-peer product. That period was arguably hobbled by a lack of regulatory progress. Until July 2019, igaming was only available in New Jersey and Delaware. It’s no coincidence that free-to-play casino has enjoyed a second wind in the current period of regulatory expansion. Esports Entertainment Group, as its chief executive Grant Johnson is quick to point out, was the first esports business, and the first igaming operator to list on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange. But again, there is a lack of clarity as to what works. There are the pure-play esports operators, such as Unikrn or Luckbox, that adopt a hybrid crypto-fiat model, in which gambling experience is complemented by innate knowledge of esports. Then there are the traditional real-money competitors, either adding it to their core sportsbooks, or launching dedicated microsites. This makes the Nasdaq listing, and the accompanying Securities and Exchange Commission hoops that have to be negotiated, a key selling point, Johnson argues. Interview: Grant Johnson, Esports Entertainment Group “The esports sector wasn’t taken seriously until maybe two years ago, when the 2K leagues started to form up, but it didn’t get cast into the headlines until Covid-19 hit,” Johnson says. “These big sport organizations were trying to figure our what to do, and Sony and Xbox units are ubiquitous in any household in the world, so the teams and networks started broadcasting esports events.” Topics: Esports Strategy esports betting Sports M&A Platform Product This means that Esports Entertainment can now operate land-based tournaments and provide casinos with the technology to do the same. It can offer skill-based contests online – something legal in around 41 states – as well as the real-money gaming component, thanks to earlier deals for Sportnation operator Argyll Entertainment. “We have so many in discussion right now that we’ve had to pump the brakes a bit,” he says. “Those deals serve two purposes; they pad out our financials, but bring in additional gaming licences in Europe. That opens up those markets for us to offer up esports betting.” 27th October 2020 | By Robin Harrison Johnson describes the Helix and ggCircuit deals as “transformational” as it pursues this strategy. “The casinos need to figure out esports,” Johnson continues. “Otherwise they make miscues, like [MGM Resorts’] HyperX facility, where it was put there, and nothing happened. The field of dreams working plan doesn’t work; if you build it, they don’t necessarily come. That in turn will be facilitated by further M&A activity, for which Esports Entertainment has brought in Akur Capital as its exclusive advisor for igaming deals. “David [Shapton] and his team have a line-up of interesting, strategic, profitable acquisitions for us,” Johnson says. This is informed by a three pillar strategy, in which esports entertainment and infrastructure forms part of the ecosystem, alongside esports wagering and real-money gambling. It’s also growing fast and evolving, and essentially finding its own feet. That’s a tricky proposition for those looking at integrate the real-money element. Arguably the clear parallel here is the social casino gold rush of 2011 onwards, in which predominantly US land-based operators and suppliers acquired free-to-play businesses at vast multiples. The challenge, that many of the acquirers arguably struggled with, was then to make that part of the gambling ecosystem. “You need to build the ‘story’. The online component, the things that cater to the target audience; you have to offer the full range of options, and not just one thing.” “It’s changed a lot – I can recall going to the League of Legends championships in Toronto three years ago, and across the street from the venue was the largest sporting arena in Canada. “Now we have seven major top-tier sports organizations that have reached out to us.” That peer-to-peer play, meanwhile, can be brought into the land-based space through Helix’s technology, either through offerings operated by Esports Entertainment, or by partners under licensing agreements. M&A If that ability to offer the full range of services is crucial, it is facilitated by regulations. While esports betting regulation is arguably moving more slowly – Nevada and New Jersey, the most mature sportsbook states – still only allow it on a case-by-case basis. However, skill-based gaming, with a real-money component, is widely permitted, and allowed in 41 states. The LANDuel solution facilitates this, which Johnson says allows the business “to move much more quickly into those jurisdictions”. “And the sports fans were outside jeering at the esports fans; it was a real high school ‘jocks and nerds’ scenario. There have been multiple theories as to how esports and real-money gaming can converge into a viable and lucrative product. Esports Entertainment Group’s latest M&A move may offer the clearest picture yet of how the two markets intersect. The fact that the land-based play will be integrated into the broader offering, Johnson says, is crucial to the success of integrating esports into casinos’ range of entertainment offerings. Having said that, its approach is focused on putting esports at the core of what it does, to the point that real-money arguably becomes a complementary, ancillary element rather than the driver. For the purpose of comparison, its hybrid operator-supplier model feels similar to that of Gauselmann Group or Novomatic in the real-money gaming space. For esports, emerging during this wave of legislative progress, the proposition is arguably easier, considering state after state is regulating sports betting (and to a lesser extent, igaming). “As the regulatory framework progresses, we will move in with the gambling component.” He points out that Esports Entertainment hasn’t had to make any outbound calls as it looks for partnerships, and he says that to these potential partners, “pedigree matters”. The suggestion here is that these partnerships can be as meaningful an engagement tool as tie-ups between teams and betting operators – arguably more so. And as with sports betting deals, the teams are looking for businesses that have credibility and track records. “I once sat on a conference panel where my fellow panellist was saying regulators don’t know what they are doing,” he recalls. “In Las Vegas, talking to casino operators, so talking chaos theory – that’s not the right audience. While real-money betting heritage, from European partners or US land-based pedigree, is easy to tap into, for esports this is a trickier proposition. Esports Entertainment is confident that it has cracked the conundrum of merging all elements into a functioning ecosystem, but it – and all of its peers – are very new businesses. But Esports Entertainment is arguably looking to flip the narrative. It’s not about integrating esports into real-money gaming, but instead making the real-money component an part of the esports ecosystem. This is evidenced by this week’s announcement, of deals to acquire Helix eSports, a land-based tournament center operator, and ggCircuit, a deal that sees it take charge of a tournament platform, cloud-based technology for LAN centers and payments solutions. “For the sports teams, we have not made one call to a team,” he says. “We’re having conversations with three tier one Premiership teams, and at least five more, all inbound. We haven’t had enough chances to make those calls ourselves yet.” “We’re dealing with the top tier gaming regulators, we’re dealing with the GB Gambling Commission, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, and the SEC and Nasdaq is every bit as invasive; my home address is up online for everyone to see. The circle is closed off by integrations with traditional sports teams. Esports Entertainment has recently finalized agreements with AEG, the sports and entertainment giant that owns US major league franchises the LA Kings and LA Galaxy. This will see it run exclusive tournaments for each team’s fans, on its Esports Gaming League platform. The Helix deal includes its subsidiaries, analytics specialist Genji and its LANduel peer-to-peer skill-based wagering platform. “There’s a reason these benchmarks are put in place; it makes it impossible to get around the checks and balances,” he says. “So if you’re a multi-billionaire team owner, do you work with the young, unproven operator or the company that’s undergone the same checks that you have?” Email Address “I would say were are blazing the same trail that DraftKings did, or at least similar to that.” “Guys like Jerry Jones and Mark Cuban took their risks in the early days – they want stability now; they’ve made their money, they want to keep it.” Tags: Esports Entertainment Helix eSports ggCircuit Argyll Entertainment Johnson points out that he could have made millions much quicker had he simply built out a real-money gambling business. But to build out a successful esports business, incorporating real-money gambling, taking the long route was necessary. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter “The gambling operators are asking how they get those younger generations into their properties, and we’re a turnkey solution for them,” he says. “We provide all the elements across all channels. But he sees its approach, of rapidly growing an adult gaming business in a new market, as an analogue of one of sports betting’s early winners: “We’re doing it in that controlled setting, so you know how is playing, they’re over 18, they’re not cheating, so that satisfies the regulator, the publishers. Because that’s something that to date has not been clear, and with good reason. Esports is a multi-faceted industry, comprising live and online events, reaching into peoples’ homes as its titles are played on consoles or home computers. it attracts a demographic that is arguably broader and more diverse than the core gambling audience. Only by making that commitment, he believes, was it possible to show the sports teams that Esports Entertainment is the right partner for them. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Johnson talks passionately and enthusiastically about his strategy for Esports Entertainment, though it’s important to note that its three pillar approach is yet to be proven.
Email Address Regions: Europe Belgium Netherlands This document, signed by CJH president Magali Clavie and KSA chairman of the board René Jansen, guarantees an exchange of information between the two bodies as well as mutual support concerning supervisory tasks. The Belgian Gaming Commission has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with their Dutch counterpart de Kansspelautoriteit (KSA), which will see both regulators work together closely going forward on causes including player protection and combatting illegal gambling. The online gaming market within the Netherlands is set to open from 1 July 2021, 6 months after it was orginally intended to launch. 10th March 2021 | By Nosa Omoigui AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter “The result is an increased need for international cooperation between (online) gambling regulators. The exchange of information with foreign colleagues is always particularly instructive.” Topics: Online casino Regulation Marketing regulation Responsible gambling Sports betting regulation Management Tags: Kansspelautoriteit Belgian Gaming Commission CJH “Online gambling is offered across borders,” Clavie said. Under the memorandum, the two regulators will work together toward objectives including the fight against crime, the protection of gamblers and the prevention of gambling addiction. Online casino Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Belgian and Dutch regulators sign memorandum of understanding
Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Veikkaus first introduced the limit in May last year, as part of efforts to protect players from gambling harm during the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter “In the current situation, a reduced maximum daily loss limit can be considered a justified means of protecting vulnerable people or preventing problem gambling and gambling harm that may be activated in a crisis situation,” the Ministry of the Interior said. “The measure can prevent early game disadvantages, but also the activation of a more serious game problem. However, customers’ monthly loss limit will remain at €2,000, after Veikkaus in December increased this to pre-pandemic levels, while keeping the temporary daily limit in place. This has been extended a number of times throughout the pandemic, with the latest renewal, ordered by Finland’s Ministry of the Interior, meaning that the measure will have been in place for more than a year. 26th March 2021 | By Robert Fletcher Finnish gambling monopoly Veikkaus has announced a temporary reduction on the maximum players can lose in a day to €500 (£428/$590) will remain until at least 30 June. Topics: Social responsibility Responsible gambling The cap applies to “fast-paced online games” such as online lottery games, slots, bingo and table games, with an exception for poker. The loss limit is effective across the Veikkaus website and mobile application. “The measure directly addresses the economic disadvantages associated with gambling, but indirectly it can also prevent and reduce other adverse effects related to excessive gambling.” Responsible gambling Veikkaus extends €500 daily loss limit until end of June Tags: Veikkaus Regions: Finland Email Address
Topics: Legal & compliance Legal & compliance Regions: US Florida Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Bill seeks to create Florida Gaming Control Commission Tags: Senate Senate Bill 7076 was introduced by Regulated Industries and calls for the creation of the Florida Gaming Control Commission within the Office of the Attorney General, a move that would help to expand the abilities of the Office of Statewide Prosecution to investigate illegal gambling activity. Read the full story on iGB North America. The bill outlines that from July 1 2022, the Commission will hold certain responsibilities including governing administrative authority, pari-mutuel betting and slot machine gaming. 9th April 2021 | By Marese O’Hagan AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter A bill to create a Gaming Control Commission in Florida has been introduced in the Florida State Senate. Email Address
Sports betting As operators compete for eyeballs ahead of this summer’s first high profile sports competition, the programmatic video advertising service provides access to 60 billion video ad requests each day and more than 600 private deals specially curated for the igaming industry. Highlighting the value of programmatic advertising for operators, Geheeb said: “Given the efficiencies it can deliver, programmatic video advertising must be a key consideration for marketers in the industry who want to maximise budgets and reduce waste.” Europe’s top international football tournament is always a big revenue driver for betting operators, and this year’s competition holds even more significance after a 12-month delay caused by the global pandemic. While the month-long competition of 52 matches presents a vast number of betting opportunities, operators are under more pressure than ever to acquire new customers and retain existing ones. Traditional advertising methods will provide broad visibility, but at a time when marketing budgets are under increased levels of scrutiny, operators will want to engage with punters in an efficient and cost-effective manner. “The automated process increases the likelihood of converting punters into depositing customers with research showing that revenue can grow up to 49% faster compared to competitors who do not use video advertising,” continued Geheeb. With a range of ad types available including non-skippable in-stream ads, six second bumper ads and in-read ads, Sportradar’s unique DSP service can help operators achieve a range of commercial objectives. Brands wanting to deliver a video campaign on premium content with a specific focus on sports fans can tap into more than 600 deals the company has had specially curated for the igaming industry to deliver an efficient CPM and CPcV as well as significant reach. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Ahead of this summer’s European football championship, Florian Geheeb, global director of advertising sales at Sportradar, explains how bookmakers can utilise programmatic video advertising to efficiently target new bettors, reduce ad waste and drive revenue. Speaking on the possibilities enabled by the new feature, Geheeb said: “Using complex algorithms, clients can target the most suitable customers with relevant ads during their online experience. For sportsbooks, this enables them to reach key audiences across multiple channels and touch points, optimising the second screen experience by placing ads within video content, media or mobile phone games.” Sportradar ad:s, a full service, data-driven marketing solution, has recently brought to market Programmatic Video Advertising, which enables sportsbooks to reach their target audience through dynamic messaging and visual content. Online video advertising will be a key component of the marketing mix for operators ahead of the 11 June kick-off. The medium continues to grow, with brands increasing spend by 35% over the last two years. And, research shows the impact of online video advertising delivers a 97% increase in purchase intent after a positive experience with a video ad, while 95% of prospects are more likely to remember a video ad compared to a display one. “Where programmatic video advertising differs is through its highly targeted and data-driven approach, which enables operators to spend their budgets more efficiently and reduce ad waste,” said Geheeb. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter For operators looking to optimise their marketing strategies ahead of the tournament, programmatic video advertising is most efficient when embedded within an existing digital strategy, rather than a standalone activity. Topics: Sports betting Product & technology Each strategy is capable of creating additional revenue opportunities for operators and those who adopt highly impactful video content directed at relevant users are sure to have a competitive edge this summer. Tackling the European football championships with programmatic video advertising Email Address Additionally, the service helps operators optimise their video campaigns for reach and connect with a large and highly targeted set of users to achieve an efficient CPM. It can also help deliver improved completion rates when optimised for performance, delivering an efficient CPC and CPvC for operators. Programmatic video advertising can help operators drive engagement with customers, increase traffic to their website and generate leads. Its impact can be measured at every step of the conversion funnel. 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