The North European markets are widely considered to be amongst the most profitable in the European iGaming business.
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.
In our previous article “The Best Countries to Operate iGaming Businesses”, we looked at some of the most booming iGaming markets in “the West”.
Gambling is a world-wide phenomenon dating back thousands of years. Traces of gambling have been found in early civilizations from all four corners of the world, and it seems there is something intrinsic about gambling.
In Latin America, football is not just a game. It is an essential part of the Latin American society that it is often closely intertwined in the greater political and social structure of each nation.
For many years, one question has been revolving among the football fanatics – “What are the differences between Soccer and American Football?”
Do you know that Latin America has more than 20 countries and 13 dependencies (and that doesn’t include anglophone and Dutch-speaking countries in the region)?
When you’re thinking about localizing your online casino content or translating your sportsbook into Spanish, it makes sense to not just target Spain alone but also the whole of Latin America, as we’ve explained in our article about the iGaming markets in Latin America.
While the UK iGaming giants are rocking in the Brexit ocean, and US-based companies are going through painstaking state-by-state regulations, Latin America seems to be a much more approachable land of opportunities for iGaming business owners.
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…