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Dr. Simon Planzer (PLANZER LAW) to bring the latest information about Switzerland and Liechtenstein at MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit 2019

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As announced earlier, the second edition of MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit will bring the D-A-CH region in focus via the specially created panel discussion which will be moderated by Dr. Joerg Hofmann (Partner at MELCHERS LAW) and will be joined, among other experts, by Dr. Simon Planzer (Partner at PLANZER LAW, Zurich) who will have the mission of bringing the latest information about the state of the gambling industry in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

Dr. Simon Planzer will also be the host of a Fireside Chat, having Birgitte Sand (Director of the Danish Gambling Authority) as the guest speaker of the discussion.

With topics ranging from compliance, marketing, innovation, CRM, safe gambling, KYC and AML, the conference will give the opportunity for the attending delegates to gain access to quality learning sessions and will also offer exclusive networking possibilities.

MARE BALTICUM Gaming Summit will take place on the 9th of May at Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel and is gathering the gambling industry from the Baltic and Scandinavian.

Register here or View the Agenda!

 

About Dr. Simon Planzer

Dr. Simon Planzer is a partner at PLANZER LAW, a Zurich-based gaming law boutique.

PLANZER LAW’s team provides strategic, regulatory and legal advice to companies, regulators and other stakeholders across all areas of the gaming and entertainment industry.

The firm’s primary focus is on EU/EEA gaming law, compliance issues such as AML as well as Swiss gaming law and related commercial, corporate and financial matters.

Dr. Simon Planzer is General Member of the International Masters of Gaming Law. An alumnus of the College of Europe, he specialised early on in EU affairs and gaming law, working at the EFTA Court, the legal service of the EFTA Secretariat and as research fellow in European business law.

Dr. Simon Planzer is the author of the monograph (PhD) ‘Empirical Views on European Gambling Law and Addiction’(2014) and the book chapter ‘Gambling Law’ in The Handbook of EEA Law (2016), both published by Springer International Publishing. Simon also works as a Lecturer in Law at the University of St.Gallen where he teaches European Economic Law. He studied and did research i.a. at Harvard University, the College of Europe and the European University Institute.

Dr. Simon Planzer, founding partner of PLANZER LAW has recently received the recognition from Chambers & Partners and has been listed as a global gaming law expert. Clients and firms across many practice areas and geographies have trusted Chambers’ research for nearly 30 years.

Dr. Simon Planzer, founder of Planzer Law, is endorsed by interviewees (Chambers & Partners) as “absolutely excellent” and “the top Swiss lawyer” for gaming. He is actively involved in the shaping of gaming regulations in Switzerland, regularly interacting with the authorities, as well as providing regulatory advice to private clients. Based in Zürich, he is additionally active representing fantasy sports companies.

Just recently, PLANZER LAW has been nominated in the “Best Regulatory Lawyer or Law Firm of the Year” award at the Global Regulatory Awards 2019 (organized by GamblingCompliance).

Make sure you take advantage of this unique opportunity of learning and networking with the gambling industry in the Baltic and Scandinavian region via the MARE BALTICUM Gaming platform which has been launched in 2018 and is committed to bringing together industry shareholders and government officials from the Baltic and Scandinavian region on a yearly base.

Browse the official event website here: www.marebalticumgaming.com

After starting out as an affiliate in 2009 and developing some recognized review portals, I have moved deeper into journalism and media. My experience has lead me to move into the B2B sector and write about compliance updates and report around the happenings of the online and land based gaming sector.

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Enlabs Signs Sponsorship Agreement with Lithuanian Football Federation

Niji Narayan

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Enlabs has signed a sponsorship agreement with the Lithuanian Football Federation (LFF). Enlabs’ Optibet becomes the main sponsor of the Lithuanian women’s and men’s national team. The agreement gives great exposure to Optibet and at the same time contributes to the development of Lithuanian football.

“It feels very good that we are increasing Optibet’s exposure in Lithuania and showing that we are serious about our goal of becoming the market leader. Basketball and football is the two biggest sports in Lithuania, making this agreement one of the most desirable in the country. The timing of the agreement could hardly be better as we are in full swing of marketing our recently launched betting product at the same time as the men’s team will soon gather for the UEFA European Championship Qualifying. Our strategy of being closely associated with sports is now being extended to Lithuania and we can proudly say that we have some of the absolute largest sponsorship agreements in the Baltics, thus we have broad and qualitative brand exposure in the region,” Robert Andersson, President and CEO of Enlabs said.

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BlueRibbon Software Expands to the Baltic States with Olympic Entertainment Group Partnership

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Olympic Entertainment Group (OEG), the leading provider of online gaming services in the Baltic states, has partnered with BlueRibbon Software, the B2B marketing platform provider, to bring new online experiences to its players.

The strategic partnership marks a milestone for BlueRibbon as the company continues to enter new markets across the world. In the past few months, BlueRibbon has signed several significant deals with major European and Latin American operators.

OEG will use BlueRibbon’s first-of-its-kind player engagement solution across its digital assets, giving OEG the power to create bespoke jackpots that drive player acquisition, engagement, and retention. Such a unique differentiation will set OEG’s player experience apart from its regional competitors, giving the group new opportunities.

Omer Efraim, Olympic Entertainment Group CTO said, “We’re excited to offer our players innovative real-time incentives such as bespoke and segmented jackpots via the BlueRibbon Jackpot platform; the ability to offer cross-product and cross-provider Jackpots goes hand in hand with our strategy for innovation and differentiation.”

Co-founder and CEO of BlueRibbon Amir Askarov said, “Operators across the globe get their content from the same providers, so players are having similar experiences wherever they play. BlueRibbon offers operators and players a win-win situation. Operators can create, control, and market bespoke jackpot promotions to different segments, and players are excited by the increased chances of winnings.”

“As we continue our expansion into new markets, partnering with OEG, the preeminent operator in the Baltics and Eastern Europe, is a great opportunity for us. OEG has recognized that there is a need to introduce innovative products and they have chosen our solution as the way to do it. We are sure that OEG’s players will be thrilled by the new jackpot opportunities they can participate in,” continued Askarov.

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Lithuanian iGaming Revenue Increases in H1 2019

Niji Narayan

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Lithuanian iGaming Revenue Increases in H1 2019
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Online gambling revenue in Lithuania has increased to €17.5m in H1 2019. The revenue from land-based gaming was also up year-on-year.

Remote betting was the primary source of income with revenue rising from €8.1m to €10.4m. Online casino revenue was also up from €3.8m to €6.4m in H1 2019, with a total of six operators active in this section of the market. Players spent a total of €271.7m on iGaming in the period, up from €255.6m last year, winning €254.2m in the process.

Revenue from the land-based gambling increased from €33.7m in the first six months of 2018 to €34.6m this year. Table games generated €8.6m in land-based revenue, up from €8.4m last year, while sports betting revenue dipped slightly from €4.9m to €4.7m. Players wagered €233.9m on land-based gambling games in the first half, up from €230.6m last year, winning a total of €199.4m.

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