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Casino777.nl research: The Voice, Big Brother – The Dutch TV shows that became an international success


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Why you love Dutch TV and you don’t even know it!

Casino777.nl has researched the Dutch TV programs that became an international success. Do The Voice, Big Brother or Deal or No Deal ring any bells? These TV shows and many more have all originated from the same place: The Netherlands. Even though the US and the UK tend to steal the headlines when it comes to popular TV content, the Netherlands has long been a hotbed of creative talent.

Table 1: The most successful Dutch TV exports

# TV Show # countries aired in
1 The Voice 64
2 Big Brother 57
3 Deal or No Deal 13
4 Fear Factor 26
5 The Bus 5
6 Dating in the Dark 4

Countries where Dutch TV Exports have been
                    aired

Figure 1: Countries where Dutch TV Exports have been aired

The Voice – First shown in The Netherlands in 2010, the singing show is now available in 64 countries. In fact it has been running for 22 seasons in the US, 12 in Ukraine, and 11 in France.

Big Brother – Since 1999, the show has been watched by more than 600 million viewers across 57 countries, including the US, the UK, India, Australia and Brazil. In the UK alone, Big Brother accounted for 23% of Channel 4’s £664 million revenue in 2007.

Deal or No Deal – From its original name Miljoenenjacht (Hunt/Chase for Millions), the UK version has become the most popular worldwide in 2022 with 13 seasons on Channel 4. The US, Australia and Bulgaria have also aired the show for over a decade (11 years).

Fear Factor – Joe Rogan’s version of the TV show may be seen as the most popular one yet, however, more seasons have aired in India: nine compared to seven in the US . The fear-inducing game show has been exported to 26 countries since its launch in 2001.

The Bus – One of the less talked about shows in the list, yet the luxury bus show has been spinned off in several European countries (Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Estonia) and South America (Brazil).

Dating in the Dark – This rather atypical concept that features contestants trying to find love in a pitch black environment has had international exposure across four continents, namely Europe (UK), North America (US), South America (Brazil) and Oceania (Australia).

What are the longest running shows?

German participants of Big Brother 5 and 6 were getting pretty cosy and enjoyed a stay in TV’s most famous house for one year. Audiences and cast alike were also captivated in the Philippines with three of their seasons being almost a year long.

Country Season Start Date End Date Duration
(days)
Germany Big Brother Germany 5 02/03/2004 01/03/2005 365
Germany Big Brother Germany 6 01/03/2005 26/02/2006 363
Philippines Pinoy Big Brother 8 10/11/2018 04/08/2019 268
Philippines Pinoy Big Brother: Lucky 7 11/07/2016 05/03/2017 235
Philippines Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10 16/10/2021 29/05/2022 226
Germany Big Brother Germany 10 11/01/2010 09/08/2010 211

But this trend is not consistent across all countries where some seasons were abruptly cut short, like Spain’s Big Brother spin-off’s Sálvame Okupa which lasted precisely one working week.

Country Season Start Date End Date Duration
(days)
Spain Sálvame Okupa 12/04/2019 15/04/2019 4
Hungary Big Brother Hungary VIP 3 19/01/2003 23/01/2003 5
India Bigg Boss Kannada: Mini Season 14/08/2021 05/09/2021 6
Hungary Big Brother Hungary VIP 1 05/01/2003 10/01/2003 6
Hungary Big Brother Hungary VIP 2 12/01/2003 17/01/2003 6
Sweden Big Brother Stjärnveckan 20/01/2002 25/01/2002 6

Fun facts you never knew about Dutch TV exports

It is well known that reality TV shows don’t come without their controversies. Entertaining millions of viewers around the world often requires a lot of on screen drama, yet there is also a lot going on behind the scenes that the producers cannot necessarily control. Here are some unbelievable facts about Endemol’s biggest shows:

  1. A French group called Activists Against Trash TV protested Big Brother by clashing with security guards and throwing eggs and tomatoes at the house.
  2. Contestants who took part in the US version of Fear Factor had to sign a contract that, among other things, prevented them from running for public office for 12 months after the show.
  3. Contestant Lucas Koka Penteado exited the Big Brother house following a kiss between him and openly gay contestant Gilberto Nogueira. When Penteado was confronted by his housemates, he told them he was bisexual, but few seemed to believe him and instead accused him of strategic play that harmed the plight of the LGBTQIA+ community.
  4. In January 2005, a paralegal from Ohio sued NBC for $2.5 million because of the effect watching an episode of Fear Factor had on him. He stated that he watched the episode where contestants had to puree rats in a blender and then eat them and he was so disgusted by it that his blood pressure rose to the point that he became dizzy and vomited. He was then so disoriented that he ran into a doorway and injured himself.
  5. According to leaked docs, producers on the Voice can allegedly ignore contestants completely. They can also reportedly switch up the rules whenever they want, or eliminate contestants on a whim — even if those contestants happen to be “winning” in the eyes of the public.

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With 17.6% CAGR, Casino Management System Market Worth USD 22.56 Billion by 2030

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The global casino management system market size was USD 6.28 billion in 2022. The market is expected to expand from USD 7.24 billion in 2023 to USD 22.56 billion by 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 17.6% over the forecast period. The surge can be attributed to the growing usage of block chain and cryptocurrencies on online gaming platforms. Fortune Business Insights™ provides this information in its research report, titled “Casino Management System Market Forecast, 2023-2030”.

Key Industry Development:

October 2022 – Gaming Innovation Group Inc. (GiG) inked a partnership with Strike Games for the provision of world-class platform solutions. The collaboration involves GiG’s player account management, front-end, and Content Management System (CMS).

Report Scope & Segmentation

Report Coverage Details
Forecast Period 2023 to 2030
Forecast Period 2023 to 2030 CAGR 17.6%
2030 Value Projection USD 22.56 Billion
Base Year 2022
Casino Management System Market Size in 2022 USD 6.28 Billion
Historical Data for 2019 to 2021
No. of Pages 150
Segments covered Module, Application and Geography

Key Takeaways

  • Casino management system market size in North America was USD 3.29 billion in 2022
  • Major driving factors include the rising need and awareness of advanced security and surveillance systems
  • By application, accounting segment holds the maximum market share
  • Global demand is driven by huge fraud and theft occurrences at the casinos
  • Increasing use of digital currencies will drive the market in the forecast period, 2023-2030

Drivers and Restraints:

  • Market Share to Rise Due to Growing Inclination Toward Better Management of Security Operations.
  • One of the prominent factors propelling the casino management system market growth is the increasing concerns over theft and fraud.
  • This is attributed to high volumes of daily monetary transactions in casinos and increasing demand for advanced solutions.
  • However, the market growth could be restrained on account of various factors such as rising smartphone penetration and the surging popularity of online gambling platforms.

Segments:

Table Games Segment to Record Substantial Growth Due to Increasing Popularity Among Young Population

On the basis of module, the market for casino management systems is segmented into table games and slot games. The table games segment is expected to register appreciable expansion throughout the forecast period. The segmental expansion can be credited to the rising number of table games such as blackjack, baccarat, red dog, roulette, and craps.

Security & Surveillance Segment to Gain Traction Owing to Rising Need for Security Solutions

By application, the market is subdivided into player tracking, security & surveillance, accounting, gaming analytics, marketing & promotions, and others. The security & surveillance segment is slated to grow at a considerable CAGR over the estimated period. The rise is being driven by the presence of identity theft attacks and fraud in several financial transactions.

On the basis of geography, the market for casino management systems is categorized into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the rest of the world.

Regional Insights:

North America to Lead Owing to Rising CMS Adoption for Customer Retention

The North America casino management system market share is expected to register substantial expansion over the projected period. The rise is impelled by the growing product adoption for customer retention and the improvement of operational efficiency.

The Asia Pacific market is estimated to record considerable growth throughout the study period. The surge can be credited to the increasing introduction of IT systems and solutions.

Competitive Landscape:

Leading Companies Ink Partnership Agreements to Enhance Product Reach

Major players are focused on the adoption of various strategic initiatives. These steps are being adopted for the consolidation of their industry presence. These include mergers, acquisitions, product developments, and the formation of alliances.

List of Key Players Mentioned in the Report:

  • Ensico CMS d.o.o. (Slovenia)
  • WIN Technologies Limited (Barcelona)
  • Novomatic (Austria)
  • Apex Pro Gaming s.r.o. (Czechia)
  • CT Gaming (Bulgaria)
  • Tangam Systems (Canada)
  • Table Trac, Inc. (U.S.)
  • Evona (U.K.)
  • Casinfo Systems (U.S.)
  • Agilysys NV LLC. (U.S.)

Major Table of Contents:

  • Global Casino Management System Market Size Estimates and Forecasts, By Segments, 2019-2030
    • Key Findings
    • By Module (USD)
      • Slot Games
      • Table Games
    • By Application (USD)
      • Accounting
      • Security & Surveillance
      • Players Tracking
      • Marketing & Promotions
      • Gaming Analytics
      • Others (Digital Content Management, Etc.)
    • By Region (USD)
      • North America
      • Europe
      • Asia Pacific
      • Rest of World (RoW)
  • North America Casino Management System Market Size Estimates and Forecasts, By Segments, 2019-2030
    • Key Findings
    • By Module (USD)
      • Slot Games
      • Table Games
    • By Application (USD)
      • Accounting
      • Security & Surveillance
      • Players Tracking
      • Marketing & Promotions
      • Gaming Analytics
      • Others (Digital Content Management, Etc.)
    • By Country (USD)
      • United States
      • Canada
      • Mexico
  • Europe Casino Management System Market Size Estimates and Forecasts, By Segments, 2019-2030
    • Key Findings
    • By Module (USD)
      • Slot Games
      • Table Games
    • By Application (USD)
      • Accounting
      • Security & Surveillance
      • Players Tracking
      • Marketing & Promotions
      • Gaming Analytics
      • Others (Digital Content Management, Etc.)
    • By Country (USD)
      • U.K.
      • Italy
      • Ireland
      • Finland
      • Sweden
      • Rest of Europe
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The Malta Gaming Authority has unveiled its refreshed brand identity at ICE London today

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The new logo fuses together visual references to the letter ‘M’ and a play button, simultaneously reflecting the gaming industry and the constant drive for progression and innovation.

The MGA’s website has also been revamped, with a sleeker UX design and an improved user interface that provides easy navigation for users seeking information about the MGA’s work, as well as on how to obtain and maintain an MGA licence.

The brand refresh reflects the values of competence, excellence and innovation that lie at the heart of the Authority.

“We are wholly committed to living up to these values, in our pursuit of retaining Malta’s position as the home of choice for operators of good will, whilst ensuring an ever-safer environment for our licensees’ players,” MGA CEO Carl Brincat said.

It is no coincidence that the refreshed brand has been revealed at ICE London. “The MGA is ever-present, ever-evolving, and always open to listening to the industry. Expos such as ICE London provide us with the opportunity to meet with stakeholders, near, far, and new.”

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ESL FACEIT Group brings world-class Dota 2 action to Germany with the ESL One Berlin Major powered by Intel®

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ESL, an ESL FACEIT Group brand, announced the next ESL One Dota 2 Major, powered by Intel® which will be held in Berlin, Germany, on April 26 – May 7, 2023.

18 of the world’s best Dota 2 teams will battle it out for their share of the $500,000 total prize pool and a chance to play in front of their fans at Velodrom during the final three days of the competition. Furthermore, with the Major, the competing teams can earn the valuable Dota Pro Circuit (DPC) points needed to qualify for the renowned Dota 2 Championship, The International 12 (TI 12), which will take place later this year.

“We’re super excited to welcome the world’s best Dota 2 teams to Berlin for what promises to be a spectacular Major,” said Shane Clarke, Director Game Ecosystems at ESL FACEIT Group. “Last year, with the ESL One Stockholm Major, fans from all around Europe and beyond already showed an incredible support. We can’t wait for the top players to enter the live stage at Velodrom and feel that phenomenal atmosphere once again.”

Dota 2 teams from Eastern Europe, Western Europe, North America, South America, Southeast Asia, and China can look forward to a spectacular conclusion of the DPC Spring Tour 2022-2023. The two to four best teams of each region will travel to Berlin, Germany, as they qualify for the ESL One Dota 2 Major.

The ESL One Berlin Major starts on April 26 with the Group Stage, which uses a best-of-2 round-robin format. Here, the participating teams will be split into two groups of nine teams and compete in a studio environment. The top six teams of each group proceed to the double-elimination Playoff Stage which takes place in front of a live audience at Velodrom in Berlin, on May 5 – 7, 2023.

Commencing April 26, fans from around the globe can tune in during the live transmissions on ESL’s Dota 2 Twitch and YouTube channels and via dedicated broadcast partners.

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