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    Betting and Gaming Council has Appointed a New CEO

    The Betting and Gaming Council have reported the introduction of a new CEO in Michael Dugher. The appointment should come to fruition in spring 2020 with Dugher set to leave his current role as CEO of UK Music. Let’s take a look.  The Betting and Gaming Council was formed in July this year and is […]

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    Svenska Spel Boss Slams “Shadow Gaming Companies” in Swedish Market

    Patrik Hofbauer, the CEO of Svenska Spel, has reportedly condemned “shadow gaming companies” who act deceivingly in the Swedish gambling market. He has turned his attention to the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA), to sharpen up and ‘deal with’ these operators. Let’s take a look at what exactly has stirred all this commotion.  When the Swedish […]

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    Helio Gaming Appoint New CEO in Keith Galea

    According to the latest reports, Helio Gaming announced a new CEO in Keith Galea, replacing Richard Mifsud. The appointment comes after Galea was selected as the company’s COO in June. The executive will now make the step up, with Mifsud moving into a consultancy role with the firm. Let’s take a look.  Before we jump […]

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    SportPesa CEO will Reconsider Operations in Kenyan Market

    Ronald Karauri, the SportPesa CEO, has announced the company plans to consider continuing operations in Kenya following a new tax rule of 20% on all betting stakes. Previously, the company halted operations because the government imposed a 20% excise tax on all betting stakes. Now, the government have overruled a 20% tax on winnings. Let’s […]

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    GiG Appoint New CEO in Richard Brown after Revenue Drops for Q3

    Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) have announced the appointment of Richard Brown as the new CEO of the supplier group. This comes after the company saw a 19% drop in revenue year-on-year to €30.2m. Will the gambling supplier perform better for the remainder of the year with the confirmation of the new CEO? Let’s take a […]

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    Gambling Commission CEO has his say on Malta Operators Compliance Standards

    The latest reports coming out from the UK suggest that Gambling Commission CEO, Neil McArthur, says the level of compliance among UK-facing operators based in Malta is currently “not good enough.” Let’s take a look.  According to the CEO, the Gambling Commission asked online operators to submit an action plan to raise compliance standards back […]