Overview from @betonliamcasey on Flutter & The Stars Group merger.
Category: Liam Casey
This piece focuses on some of the companies that have some sort of cashout offering that is targeting the regulated US sportsbetting market, patent history & what the challenges could be.
“You can’t have everything you want, but you can have the things that really matter to you.” —Marissa Mayer, former president and CEO of Yahoo. My career has been really important to me. And I’ve loved what I’ve been doing. But sometimes, to the detriment of the things that really matter. Kind of like punching myself
Here is the full text of the recent EGR article that I was approached to write on “The industry innovation struggle…”. This was published in the year end EGR magazine (December Issue – link behind paywall here). The industry innovation struggle. Why & what’s next? 1996 was a breakthrough for the betting & gaming industry.
I wrote a post nearly 5 years ago that gave some predictions around some of the areas where there would be growth in the betting & gaming industry. The summary from 5 years ago? Operators would need to focus on real-time delivery of a data-based customer experience. That there would be a huge focus on
If Pokerstars and Full Tilt Poker (in particular) weren’t so focused on world domination, and trying to one-up each other in terms of player volumes, I think that the events of Friday the 15th of April may not have happened. Why? In the race to keep maintaining player deposits from US customers, and given that
Big news. On Friday, two (as yet unnamed) owners, out of 11, from PokerStars, Full Tilt and Absolute Poker were arrested and all 11 charged with violating U.S. anti-Internet gambling laws, according to charges filed by federal prosecutors in Manhattan. One of the others is due to turn himself in later today. The domain names
>For those that remember the “…who’s taking the horse to France…” good ‘ole Kerrygold ads – here is the online gambling equivalent with the provisional list of operators that will be licensed by the French governement for online betting & gaming. It’s a list of 11 – and there are some notables missing. Obviously no
It’s been too long. Blogging about the business of internet gaming / marketing / gambling has just felt like extra work – and god knows, I’ve got enough real work to be going on with. What’s happening on the day-to-day business of online gaming front for me? I’m overseeing 2 x casinos, 2 x poker
>Early 30’s, size =’s medium to small, have been known to shrink in the wash, married to a fantastic blond half-Norwegian chick. (Not sure which half is blonde.) I’m a poor sleeper, average Poker player, good typist, passionate marketer and probably work too hard. And that’s just the bad stuff ;-). I work for a