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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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At Callcredit we can never be accused of a Vanilla approach

As we are fast approaching the ICE Totally Gaming Conference 2014, I find myself looking back over the last 12 months, wondering where the time has gone. Only one month into my shiny new job at Callcredit, ICE 2013 was … » Read more…

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Could Bookmakers benefit from an online age verification tool?

There I was at the young age of 18, all dressed up to go out on the town for a few drinks and the doorman asked me that dreaded question – “Can I see your ID please”? As you can … » Read more…

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