News & Analysis

News In Brief: March 6-March 10, 2023

Veikkaus has just over 50 percent of the Finnish online market, a California cardroom bill makes progress, PAGCOR cancels its controversial audit contract and Argentina's Córdoba province moves forward with licensing finally.

Dutch Regulator To Extend Duty Of Care Review

The Netherlands Gambling Authority has said it will extend its review into a requirement that licensees exercise a “duty of care” toward players because it has uncovered “new, in-depth questions” about what this looks like in practice.

Research & Reports

Regulatory and Enforcement Landscape: United Kingdom, Sweden and Malta

This report will analyse findings from VIXIO’s Enforcement Tracker and identify key themes and trends, with a focus on the United Kingdom, Sweden and Malta as a result of a high level of enforcement activity in these jurisdictions in terms of record fines and large number of licence cancellations.

Responsible Gambling Comparative Analysis

This report will analyze findings from VIXIO’s Responsible Gambling Comparative Overview and identify key themes and trends, with a focus on countries that have adopted some of the most comprehensive responsible gambling frameworks in the world.

Interactive Map: Gambling Advertising Across Europe

Advertising is one of the most hotly discussed topics in the European gambling industry. In this map, VIXIO GamblingCompliance shows the current situation regarding gambling advertising in all jurisdictions. The map highlights the differences among the countries that allow, partially prohibit or forbid gambling advertising.

EU Online Gambling Outlook 2020

Despite the fact that EU countries are generally some of the most mature markets when it comes to regulating online gambling, a few have yet to issue any licences. In Germany, the latest amendments to the gambling regulatory framework entered into force at the beginning of 2020, allowing for an unlimited number of online sports-betting licences to be issued straightaway.

Sweden: Financial Supervisory Authority Consults on Proposed Amendments to Identity Verification

On October 9, 2019, the Financial Supervisory Authority (Finansinspektionen) published proposed amendments to the regulations (FFFS 2017:11) on measures against money laundering and terrorist financing. The amendments form part of the implementation of the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5th AMLD), amending Directive (EU) 2015/849.

Among other things, the amendments propose changes to the requirement for identity verification of a “true principal” (natural person).

Data & Forecasts

Market Monitor: Online Gambling Operator Benchmarking

This report benchmarks key financial and operational metrics across major online gambling operators and suppliers listed in the UK, Sweden and the United States. An interactive dashboard provides visualized cross-operator trends, with rich time series data updated as each company reports, whether quarterly, half-yearly or annually.

Market Monitor: European Online Gambling

This quarterly report contains a comprehensive overview of available data on the €25bn+ European online gambling sector. Jurisdictional market size figures and year-on-year growth rates are supplemented by an interactive dashboard and standardised, comparable data on betting-gaming splits and online penetration rates.

Sweden - ATG Annual Report - 2005 to 2022

Latest Annual Report data from AB Trav och Galopp (ATG) of Sweden. The data released for the operator contains the following information: Turnover by betting product & channel, player winnings, net totalisator profit and operating profit. There are approximately 965 data points in this document.

Catena Media Report - 2015 to 2022

Latest quarterly data from Swedish-listed Catena Media. The data released for the company contains the following information: Revenues by business segment, total operating expenses, operating profit and profit before tax. There are approximately 400 data points in this document.
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