We are living in the age of online gambling. Gone are the days of frequenting brick-and-mortar casinos to play your favorite slots or table games. The same is true for visiting physical high-street betting chains to place bets on sports.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has plunged the world into a global health emergency of as yet unprecedented proportions.
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.
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.
Sometimes, the thrill of gambling is just irresistible. Whether you are a strategic genius or testing out your pure luck, the thought of becoming a multi-dollar millionaire is very heart-fluttering.
Have you ever wondered what kind of magic can boost your gambling luck and maybe give extra protection from negative vibes? Although I can’t give you a wand and a list of spells to cast, there are several charms, figurines, and amulets that might be able to do the trick. Among endless variations of charms…
Online casinos are popping up like mushrooms nowadays, and the competition is nothing less than fierce. The market growth of the iGaming industry is expected to reach $55 billion in 2019, and the pace will go higher year after year.
It is true that the term “iGaming” can be very confusing sometimes and it might even cause misunderstanding of what the whole industry is about. Especially if you are a newbie in this world, things can be pretty overwhelming.
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…