Alfastreet, the Slovenia-based gaming provider, has announced its withdrawal from ICE London 2022.
“Due to the situation caused by Covid and numerous other cancellations by international show exhibitors, we confirm that we will not attend the ICE London 2022. We have been exhibiting at the ICE London show for more than 28 consecutive years, and we were positive that we will attend the show until the middle of January 2022. The decision was as difficult as logical, however, we look forward positively to the upcoming second half of the year. We are hoping that the G2E Las Vegas show will happen in normal conditions and have higher attendance than the previous season, especially because many customers may still experience difficulties traveling. The 2022 Las Vegas show could be the perfect opportunity to meet again with all the partners and operators, before the next ICE,” Alfastreet stated in a press release.
“The plans of launching new products are still in full swing and the decision to skip the show will not stop us from unveiling the novelties that were studied and developed during the epidemic. Several private events with product presentations are planned in the upcoming months in different countries all over the world, where customers will have a chance to meet with the Alfastreet sales team and distributors at their own locations.”
Nika Pockaj, Marketing Manager at Alfastreet, said: “We are very sorry and frustrated that we have to skip this year’s ICE London show, especially because everything was already planned and organized from our side. Unfortunately, the situation is what it is, and we need to distribute our resources wisely. We’ll modify our plans and make new arrangements for novelties presentation on our distribution locations, where we’ll meet and greet our customers as well. We stay optimistic for the future and we believe that ICE London 2023 will be one of the best gaming shows in our history. We really look forward to getting back to our normal lives and to unveil our further plans for the next edition of ICE.”
Flutter Completes Acquisition of Italian Gaming Operator Sisal
Flutter Entertainment has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Italy’s online gaming operator Sisal. The €1.913 billion deal was first announced in December.
“Flutter is pleased to announce that it has received all necessary regulatory confirmations with respect to the acquisition of Sisal and the transaction completed on 4 August 2022,” the Paddy Power owner said in a statement.
Italy is the second largest regulated gambling market in Europe after the UK, with total estimated gross gaming revenue in 2019 of €19 billion.
The business, which employs about 2500 people and is headquartered in Milan, expects to generate EBITDA of €248m this year.
Flutter said that Sisal has performed strongly since the transaction was announced with year-on-year growth of 58% in revenue to £402m and 51% in EBITDA to £120m during the first half of 2022. It noted that the previous year was impacted by Covid-related retail restrictions.
The company said the deal has been completed using debt facilities agreed at transaction announcement in December, bringing Flutter’s expected weighted average cost of debt to approximately 3.4% for the second half of this year.
AstroPay Appoints Fayyaz Ansari as CFO
AstroPay has appointed Fayyaz Ansari as its Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Having worked in finance for over 20 years, Fayyaz brings with him a deep understanding of the global payments industry. Prior to joining AstroPay, he was working at Skrill, NETELLER & Income Access (part of Paysafe Group Plc) as CFO of their digital wallet division and board member of their regulated entities. He will be based in the UK with responsibility for overseeing all aspects of AstroPay’s global financial management and activities.
Fayyaz’s extensive leadership experience includes controllership, treasury, financial planning and analysis, tax restructuring, corporate finance, performance management, M&A and strategic planning. He also managed other aspects of the finance function which includes banking, investments, financial systems and was involved in fundraising as well as coordinating efforts for an exit via a trade sale/ IPO.
“I am delighted to welcome Fayyaz to AstroPay where he will undoubtedly make an immediate impact as we aim to become the world’s leading payments platform. His wealth of experience will be essential in implementing our strategic plans to accelerate growth and position AstroPay for the future. Fayyaz and the team will contribute to our mission of providing financial freedom to millions of people worldwide. He is an excellent addition to the AstroPay team and I look forward to working with him in our journey,” Mikael Lijtenstein, CEO of AstroPay, said.
“I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to join AstroPay as the next step in my career. I am excited about working with a team that is passionate about the business, has a clear strategy and always puts customers’ needs first. With its commitment to global expansion, a strong business model, a focus on diversity and proud history, AstroPay is well positioned for extraordinary growth and impact. I believe the company’s unique value proposition and strong foundation will allow the business to grow and execute its vision of making payments much more accessible to customers around the world,” Fayyaz Ansari, CFO of AstroPay, said.
Casinos Market Growth USD 764861.32 million by 2027
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Based on types –
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Based on applications
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- Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Spain, etc.)
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- Middle East & Africa (South Africa, UAE, Saudi Arabia, etc.)
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- Tropicana Entertainment
- Caesars Entertainment
- Harrington Gaming
- Grupo Fobes
- William Hill
- 888 Holdings
- MGM Resorts
- Boyd Gaming
- Galaxy Entertainment
- Penn National Gaming
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