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How gaming providers can better use data to improve the verification process

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In a world full of data choices, we take a look at how gaming operators can use a wealth of different data sources to create real insight about customers for a variety of use cases. Sitting in traffic recently my … » Read more…

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New rules to tackle crime linked to gambling

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Following the recent announcement from the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) relating to new rules to help prevent crime in gambling, which will come into force from autumn 2016, we take a brief look at some of the implications regarding anti-money … » Read more…

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The Impact of Anti-Money Laundering Regulation on Gaming

In the third of a series of blogs, we take a look as the key trends and market forces facing the UK gaming industry. Here we examine the impact of changes to the anti-money laundering regime. Player accounts required The … » Read more…

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The role of data in responsible gaming

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One of the themes running through ICE 2016 and inherent through the industry itself, is that of responsible gaming and player protection.  From conversations, which took place at ICE 2016, and from attending some excellent seminars at the show, it … » Read more…

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Five Trends in Gaming for 2016

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2015 saw many challenges facing the gaming industry, from increased regulation to a raft of mergers and acquisitions underpinned by changes in player behaviour.  Whilst 2015 saw some amazing advances, 2016 promises to push the boundaries further still.  All underpinned … » Read more…

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