The COVID-19 pandemic has turned out to be a life-changing event that affects us all. Unfortunately, many people have been laid off, and businesses in all sectors have been severely affected.
Online sports betting is a highly competitive, multibillion-dollar business. And, like any other online business, it requires a steady influx of traffic and patrons in order to survive.
As the European gambling market gets more saturated with each passing year, things start to open up on the other side of the Atlantic – especially when it comes to sports betting.
If we’d take a look in the rear mirror to see what online casinos and sportsbooks looked like 15 years ago, it wouldn’t be a very pretty sight.
The iGaming business is thriving like never before. Technological developments have allowed iGaming companies to access new markets and target new customer groups.
The general picture of gambling within France presents something of a paradox. It is a country with a rich culture of gambling that stretches back at least three hundred years, yet the government has set strong restrictions for many parts of the gaming industry. It’s not immediately clear where French players stand when they’re looking…
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