Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Tag: Analysis

SOFTSWISS Sportsbook: 2021 Recap

The SOFTSWISS Sportsbook is pleased to share insights and results of the past year. The online sports betting platform was launched by SOFTSWISS at the end of 2020 and has gained traction in its first year of operating performance

1xBet eyes LatAm expansion after Mexico success story

1xBet eyes LatAm expansion
Following a successful launch in Mexico, 1xBet’s Head of LatAm Area, Juan Pablo Estremadoiro, and Head of Business Development, Maxim Ishunin, explain how the operator is tailoring its marketing and products for the LatAm market, with considerations currently underway to expand further into the continent.

The inventors: Systems analysis at Parimatch

Parimatch Systems Analyst Bogdan Khrysanfov
Responsible for maintaining and upgrading the systems behind Parimatch’s tech transformation, Lead Systems Analyst Bohdan Khrysanfov fulfills the role of ‘invent and think’ for the operator, integrating new features and implementing important cost reductions.

Scientific Games adds $900 million to Private Offering

Scientific Games offering
Scientific Games has confirmed it is upsizing and pricing of a Private Offering of an additional $900 million of 5.000% Senior Secured Notes, €325 million of 3.375% Senior Secured Notes and €250 million of 5.500% Senior Unsecured Notes   Scientific Games International, Inc. has priced an additional $900 million principal amount of its 5.000% senior secured notes due 2025 (the "New...

Manager’s View: Could the outsiders become the heroes of Euros 2016?

Craig Brown Manager
Former Scotland manager Craig Brown, recently described by his successor Gordon Strachan as ‘the yoda of Scottish football’, gives his view of the potential pricing anomalies for this year’s Euros - and suggests that this year could well be the year of the outsider.   As Scotland’s longest serving manager, Craig Brown coached his team through five major tournaments - including...

Negligible effect for proxy betting ban, say analysts

Proxy Betting, Casino, DICJ
A new law forbidding the casting of proxy bets within Macau’s casinos will have a negligible impact on overall casino performance, local gaming analysts have claimed. The city’s Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) began enforcing the law - which demands any person placing a bet in a casino to be physically on the premises - last month, after it...