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Perfectly positioned, iGB Live! unites iGB and iGB Affiliate communities to fuel new ideas, spark inspiration and drive real business. 


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  • Digitain was delighted to participate, sponsor and exhibit at iGB Live! 2018. The show was exceptionally well attended, oozed vitality, inspiration and continued sanguineness for the sector. As a sponsor we were delighted with the enquires at our stand which shall keep us busy for the remainder of the year!  
    Suren Khachatryan
    CEO, Digitain
  • We spent a lot of time preparing for iGB Live! and were excited to participate in the exhibition. Overall, we met our business objectives and strengthened our existing positions through participation in the show. iGB Live! gave us enough inspiration to drive BOSS. Gaming success up to the highest point.
    Catalina Lukianenko
    COO, BOSS. Gaming Studio
  • iGB Live is one of the highlights of our company’s event calendar. The great audience iGB Live is able to draw translates into a high quality of conversations — whether during the exhibition or at the many networking parties accompanying the show.
    Max Trafimovich
    CCO, SoftSwiss
  • iGB Live! was a huge success for LeoVegas Affiliates and this wouldn’t have been possible without the fantastic iGB Live! Team. Meeting existing partners is always an amazing experience, and we hit the ground running since landing back in Malta having met so many potential partners at the conference.
    Wendy Debattista
    Lead Customer Acquisition, LeoVegas
  • I was massively impressed with IGB LIVE! which seemed bigger and better than the previous i-gaming shows held in Amsterdam. It was the perfect blend of conferences, exhibition, suppliers and affiliates all set in a beautiful location with some excellent networking events in the evening.
    John Slattery
    Director, G3
  • iGB Live! is a great opportunity to get everything you need in the iGaming industry whether you are an experienced software supplier or a new affiliate. Top-level event-management and attention to detail helps to get new contacts and meet old partners in an amazing venue. Looking forward to visiting iGB Live! 2019!
    Denis Lukovkin
    CMO, Innovaventis




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  • Ninja Casino is now running Playson’s Timeless Fruit Slots series, as well as its new releases such as Clover Riches, Solar Queen, and Vikings Fortune: Hold and Win. The Ninja Casino brand is supported by the Global Gaming Affiliates program, which launched in 2018 and focuses on companies across Europe. Lars Kollind, business development manager at Playson, said: “Global Gaming is a major name in the industry and launching our portfolio of games with them is an important move for Playson. “This agreement allows us to expand our operator network across Europe, while also demonstrates the growing appeal of our content. We’re looking forward to delivering even more of our games to Global Gaming in the coming months.”
  • The new-look MyChance site provides improved navigation and a modern feel, including a powerful search tool and the option for players to ‘favourite’ and rate games. An upgraded loyalty scheme allows players to earn points that they use to level up and unlock additional perks and exclusive offers. Customers can also earn Clover Coins when they deposit, win during a Casino Race or tournament and also each time they bet €50. Coins can be exchanged for free spins, bonuses and prizes such as iPhones. In addition, MyChance, which is backed by the MyChance Affiliate programme, now offers Casino Races 24 hours a day, seven, days a week, with a range of special bonuses, free spins and Clover Coins up for grabs. “Our mission from day one has been to give back to our players and to provide them with the best possible online casino experience in the market,” MyChance chief executive Eric Holmberg said. “Our new look and improved offering achieve this aim; from our generous loyalty scheme to our thrilling and exciting races that run round the clock, we know how to look after our customers. “We look forward to hearing feedback from our existing players and also to welcome new customers through our doors and to provide them with an online casino experience like no other.”
  • Spring Pro allows users to take greater control over big data, player insights and source codes to help unleash their full potential and customise the offering to their exact requirements. BetConstruct said Spring Pro enables users to deliver on their customer-centric strategies and compete by creating unique propositions and experiences. Vigen Badalyan, founder and chief executive of BetConstruct, said: “Spring Pro is key to our aggressive expansion and growth. It is the next generation of our vision for the relationships between us, as a provider, and our partner operators who want to separate themselves from the pack and gain more flexibility. “We see the future of igaming business as transparent and open. These are the qualities that we encourage our partners to embrace and Spring Pro is at the heart of this approach.”
  • Atemi reported a record end to the third quarter and has almost tripled the size of its sports betting and igaming comparison business to a run rate of £37m (€42.7m/$47.1m) in annual revenue for 2019. The affiliate giant is now seeking to build on this by expanding into new areas and switching to a risk free commission model. Atemi chief operating officer Manny Berndorfler said: “Operators simply will not pay for traffic that misses expected early KPI expectations in new markets. “Staring with Portugal, we are taking all the risk on new deals by adopting this approach and remain supremely confident that we can deliver the highest ROI of any affiliate.” In terms of US growth plans, Berndorfler said: “The New Jersey market is really very different from anything else we have seen.  A lot of the affiliate tracking technology isn’t very advanced, reporting is poor and search volumes are low compared to European markets, which have been exposed to iGaming for so long it’s become second nature for players to search for comparisons”. “It’s going to take a little time to become significant, but with the operators increasing media spend, the culture will change, search traffic will build, afftech will improve and as each state opens up, the comparison opportunity will grow exponentially for us. “We have decided to invest heavily in building our global comparison brand, which will launch this quarter starting with TV, print, display and search campaigns in the USA and UK.” He added: “Atemi’s Q4 launch of a global comparison site is going to be a game changer for us in the US and around the world and will decouple our growth from being restricted by search volume in a particular geo.”
  • The committee shall consist of four members, representing the three largest shareholders at the end of August each year, together with the chairman of the board of directors. Chr. Dam Holding, J. Søgaard Holding, and Bumble Ventures were noted as the largest shareholders, but due to their interlinked ownership are grouped. As such, Daniel Nyvang Mariussen will serve as chairman of the committee to represent Chr. Dam Holding, J. Søgaard Holding, and Bumble Ventures. Martin Jonasson has also been appointed by Andra AP-Fonden, while Michael Knutsson has been put forward by Knutsson Holdings. Jens Bager, chairman of the board of directors at Better Collective, will also sit on the committee. The committee represents 62.3% of the shares in Better Collective as of the end of August. The nomination committee will now prepare and submit proposals to the 2020 Annual General Meeting. Better Collective intends to host the AGM on April 22, 2020.
  • Agreed in 2018, the deal included an earn-out provision, of which half may have been paid in shares and the remainder in cash. It was agreed that this payment would be based on revenue performance, with a maximum possible payment of €6m (£5.2m/$6.6m). This payment came to €2.1m (£1.9m/$2.4m in 2019), with Catena’s board opting to pay half of via an issue of 183,672 shares, which cannot be sold for six months. The shares were priced at SEK 58.9 each. Catena paid an up-front fee of €12.5m, plus a €3.5m deferred cash consideration, to acquire ASAP Italia in 2018.


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