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Tag: Warwick Bartlett

No stopping Las Vegas

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GBGC founder and CEO Warwick Bartlett suggests that Las Vegas’ continuing growth as a conference and exhibition city is being supported by a strong US..

Naga bets big on Chinese tourists

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NagaCorp’s plans for the $3.5bn third phase to its NagaWorld casino complex in Phnom Penh “are its most ambitious yet” explains Warwick Bartlett, CEO of..

London is a riddle, Paris an explanation

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January saw new legislation for clubs de jeux come into effect in the French capital, opening the doors for Paris to develop a handful of London-style high-end gaming venues, building on synergies with the tourist sector.   New Year 2018 saw the dawn of a new era for gaming in Paris, with new legislation for clubs de jeux (gaming clubs) coming...

Tough talk from Kenya’s operators over gambling tax hike

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Kenya’s proposed tax hike on all gambling revenue has been met with a backlash from the industry, but no operator has vowed to leave the country - yet.   On 21 June, Kenya’s president Uhuru Kenyatta signed into law a tax hike of 35 percent on gambling revenues as part of the country’s Finance Bill, a significant increase compared with the...

UK: hanging in the balance post election

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After Theresa May’s election gamble spectacularly backfired, businesses in the UK are facing a period of uncertainty, but Warwick Bartlett, CEO and founder of Global Betting & Gaming Consultancy, suggests that a period of political inactivity in the wake of the hung parliament could have a silver lining.   For UK business, the 2017 general election (part 1?) result which produced...

Is a Post-Trump liberalisation of US gaming a sure bet?

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With a former casino owner in the White House it would be tempting to start celebrating the imminent liberalisation of US gaming laws, but Global Betting and Gaming Consultants CEO Warwick Bartlett warns that this is far from a foregone conclusion. It is hard to believe that a candidate for president of the United States has previously owned casinos in...

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