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iovation 2019 Gambling Report: Combat Threats and Seize Opportunities

The gambling industry is changing fast; iovation, part of the TransUnion family, has created new approaches to fraud prevention, customer authentication, and transaction authorisation to help meet those challenges. iovation has released the 2019 gambling report where subject matter experts … » Read more…

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Player safety: an odds-on focus at ICE 2019

  BBC Radio 4’s Long View episode, Gambling and New Technologies, provided a timely exposition of the industry’s historical relationship with technology. It began by looking at the inception of horse racing sweepstakes in the 1830s and how the combination … » Read more…

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Regulatory change: what the gaming industry can learn from the finance sector

In this blog Adam Hancox, Head of Sector – Gaming, explores the effects new legislation is having on the gaming industry, the importance of all operators being responsible and the benefits of having a single customer view. The gaming industry … » Read more…

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Level up: Four approaches to combating fraud in gaming in 2018

Gambling continues to grow in the UK including by 10% remotely. Globally it’s estimated the entire industry will be worth US$60bn by 2020. Such high figures makes the industry attractive for dishonesty, including identity fraud, AML, physical fraud, hacking and ‘ransomware’ … » Read more…

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The Impact of Anti-Money Laundering Regulation on Gaming

In the third of a series of blogs, we take a look as the key trends and market forces facing the UK gaming industry. Here we examine the impact of changes to the anti-money laundering regime. Player accounts required The … » Read more…

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