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Gaming in Spain Newsletter – “Number of minors who manage to gamble online is negligible” …and more!

Mr Green CEO to speak at Gaming in Spain Conference

Jesper Kärrbrink, CEO of Mr Green Ltd., has confirmed his attendance at the upcoming Gaming in Spain Conference.

Mr Kärrbrink will give a presentation on “Why responsible gaming makes business sense.”

Ceuta officials to offer first-hand details on favorable local tax regime

Additionally, officials representing the Spanish autonomous city Ceuta will attend the GiS Conference to provide a detailed explanation of the significant new tax breaks that are available to iGaming companies based in the North African enclave.

Located only 20 kilometers from the Spanish mainland, Ceuta is an excellent base of operations for iGaming companies looking to profit from a special tax regime. With a number of important new tax breaks in place, the city has the potential to become an attractive alternative to post-Brexit Gibraltar.

The following officials have confirmed their attendance:

  • Guillermo Martínez, Senator (Partido Popular) representing Ceuta
  • Enrique Reyes, General Manager at Ceuta’s Revenue Service (Organismo Autónomo Servicios Tributario de Ceuta)
  • Emilio Fernández, Director of Legal Services at Organismo Autónomo Servicios Tributario de Ceuta

Full agenda now available

The event’s agenda is now available on the conference website.

When & where

The 2018 Gaming in Spain Conference will be held November 7-8, 2018, at Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid.

Includes behind-the-scenes stadium tour

Registered conference attendants will be offered the opportunity to participate in a behind-the-scenes stadium tour of Wanda Metropolitano, host venue of the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final, followed by business drinks and a networking dinner.

Exclusive offer for Jdigital members

Jdigital members receive an exclusive 15% discount on standard price tickets if they register through this link. Please note: this offer is strictly limited to current members of Jdigital.

 

Spanish government: no plans for absolute prohibition of gambling advertising

Spain’s Finance Minister María Jesús Montero announced that the government would “soon”release specific details on its forthcoming online gambling advertising restrictions.

Montero further claimed that the government had no plans to impose an “absolute prohibition of publicity” like the kind recently imposed in Italy, as gambling is “a legal activity regulated by the government.”

However, gambling advertising would be restricted to “environments where it does not harm consumption.”

Specifically, this would mean that gambling advertising would be banned from airing during periods in which minors would be likely to be watching or listening and during live sports events. Role models, i.e., celebrities and star athletes, would also be barred from participating in gambling marketing.

Earlier, the current minority PSOE government and opposition party Podemos struck a budget deal stating that gambling operators in Spain would soon face severe advertising restrictions “similar to those placed on tobacco.”

Although the introduction of a near prohibition of gambling advertising could have a significant impact on Spain’s gaming market, there are still several major political and legal roadblocks ahead for the government’s proposal, local experts told Gaming in Spain.

 

Upcoming events

The following events may be of interest to members of the GiS community.

  • Join EGR Global’s Breakfast Briefing on “Changing the culture around gambling – consumer and industry behaviours” on 2 November in London.
  • The 2018 Gaming in Spain Conference, which takes place 7-8 November, in Madrid, is your single stop to stay informed of the increasingly attractive opportunities offered by the booming Spanish online gaming market. Click here to register.
  • Clarion Gaming has launched ICE Sports Betting USA, a two-day event to be held in New York on 27 and 28 November, 2018.

 

“Number of minors who manage to gamble online is negligible”

Despite abundant reporting in the Spanish media about children who are supposedly gambling online, the number of minors who actually manage to do so is “negligible,” according to Cecilia Pastor, Subdirectora General de Inspección del Juego at Spanish regulator DGOJ.

“There is no cause for alarm,” Pastor added.

Nonetheless, the DGOJ is further tightening up player registration procedures.

According to new rules that will soon be implemented, players whose identity has not yet been positively verified with the help of documentary evidence will only be able to deposit up to 150 euros and play games, but will not be able to withdraw any funds.

The full interview with Pastor is available here.

 

Other news

The regulators of Austria, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Portugal and Spain agreed to deepen their cooperation with respect to online payment processors who provide services to unlicensed gambling providers.

 

Spanish gambling regulator DGOJ has launched a mobile app to make it easier for people struggling with gambling addiction to self-exclude from betting services in the country.

 

The DGOJ invites all stakeholders in the gambling sector to participate in a public consultation on the recently published draft law to prevent fiscal fraud.

 

In a bid to compete with post-Brexit Gibraltar and even Malta, the autonomous city of Ceuta has been proposing a number of additional local tax breaks to lure iGaming firms to the North African enclave.

 

Casino Gran Madrid has signed an agreement with R. Franco Digital to integrate their games into its online casino platform.

 

Casino Barcelona’s online platform CasinoBarcelona.es launched a multi-channel advertising campaign to promote its recently added online sports betting section.

 

Portugal has issued online sports betting and casino licenses to Spanish gaming operator Luckia.

 

Bwin has sharpened its focus on Spanish-speaking markets with a new casino content deal with Spanish developer MGA.

 

Betsson has revamped the design of its Spanish website to improve user experience, especially for mobile devices.

 

Gaming tech supplier OPTIMA has won the Cloud Systems Management award at the Oracle Innovation Excellence Awards 2018.

 

According to some estimates, Spanish gambling operators could earn more than $1 billion in annual gross revenues by 2023.

 

Working alongside Spanish gambling regulator DGOJ, La Liga’s integrity unit has reported 39 suspicious betting alerts during the 2017/18 Spanish football season, which resulted in nine criminal court cases prosecuting match-fixing offenses.

 

Perform Content signed a four-year contract to market the streaming rights of Spanish La Liga football matches to betting operators.

 

Four European casino operators, including Grupo CIRSA, contend that Andorra’s recently concluded casino tender has been marred by grave irregularities.

 

In this video, GamblingCompliance’s Managing Editor, Joe Ewens, runs through the recent changes in gambling advertising regulation across Europe and what this will mean for key jurisdictions such as Italy, the UK and Sweden.

 

Several Spanish court have ruled that punters may use gambling losses to limit their tax liability on their winnings.

 

The Community of Madrid seeks to reinforce physical access controls to gaming halls.

 

Portugal’s government has scrapped its recently announced plans to impose a new 25% flat tax on online gambling revenue.

 

Major UK expo organizer Clarion Gaming has released a new code of conduct disallowing “partial or total nudity or overtly sexual or suggestive clothing or marketing methods” at its trade shows.

Ceuta offers game technicians to pay 0.5% of IPSI to attract them before Melilla or Malta

Ceuta offers game technicians to pay 0.5% of IPSI to attract them before Melilla or Malta

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El Gobierno de la Ciudad propone un tipo súper reducido para ganar toda la parte del pastel económico que pueda liberar el ‘Brexit’ de territorios como Gibraltar, con la que cree poder a generar hasta 4.000 empleos en la ciudad al margen de consideraciones éticas o inconvenientes políticos. Se considera que se tiene la infraestructura necesaria (dos cables más otros dos en ejecución) y se exigiría a las sociedades tener aquí más de la mitad de sus plantillas o de su masa salarial en España.

El Gobierno de Ceuta está dispuesto a hacer todo y más para que las empresas del juego on-line y las tecnológicas en general, singularmente las ligadas a las primeras, se asienten aquí y creen empleo, hasta 4.000 puestos de trabajo, se comenta entre los técnicos de Servicios Tributarios. Para conseguirlo está dispuesto a todo y más en la guerra fiscal que parece avecinarse entre los territorios que, como las ciudades autónomas o Malta, se postulan para repartirse el pastel que pueda liberar el ‘Brexit’.

Source: Read the Full Article Here – Ceuta

Will the online game reach 9-digit figures in the coming years?

Will the online game reach 9-digit figures in the coming years?

monedasbilleteseuroscoins001El mercado español es uno de los más importantes de Europa. Con 700 euros al año y por habitante gastos en juegos en línea, los españoles se muestran más interesados en este mercado que sus vecinos europeos. Esto obligó al gobierno a introducir una legislación específica en enero de 2012, la cual, una vez implementada, permitió que el número de apostadores disparara (de 200 mil a un millón).

Se podría decir que gracias, en parte, a la tecnología (el ascenso de las nuevas herramientas tecnológicas), la industria del juego en España se ha vuelto una ventana abierta a nuevas oportunidades de negocio, moviendo sumas de dinero que en algunos casos llegan a superar la riqueza generada por los sectores más tradicionales de cualquier economía nacional, como lo es el agrícola, por ejemplo.

Read the Full Article Here – Sector Gambling

Spanish government: no plans for absolute prohibition of gambling advertising

On Wednesday, Spanish Finance Minister María Jesús Montero announced that the government would soon release specific details on its forthcoming online gambling advertising restrictions.

Montero further claimed that the government had no plans to impose an “absolute prohibition of publicity” like the kind recently imposed in Italy, as gambling is “a legal activity regulated by the government.”

However, gambling advertising would be restricted to “environments where it does not harm consumption.”

Specifically, this would mean that gambling advertising would be banned from airing during periods in which minors would be likely to be watching or listening and during live sports events. Role models, i.e., celebrities and star athletes, would also be barred from participating in gambling marketing.

Last week, the current minority PSOE government and opposition party Podemos struck a budget deal stating that gambling operators in Spain would soon face severe advertising restrictions “similar to those placed on tobacco.”

Gaming in Spain Newsletter – Experts comment on Spanish proposals for tough gambling advertising rules

Following a budget deal between the current minority PSOE government and opposition party Podemos, gambling operators in Spain could soon face severe advertising restrictions “similar to those placed on tobacco.”

What will this mean for the industry? What else is in the budget deal? How likely is it that the proposed measures will actually be implemented? Read on to find out!

The budget deal

The new budget’s section on gambling (pp. 42-43) states that the proliferation of online gambling and aggressive advertising by online operators has caused “serious problems” with regard to pathological gambling behavior and gambling addiction.

In order to counter this development, the Spanish government and Podemos seek to introduce four distinct measures.

First, it is proposed that gambling advertising will be restricted in a similar manner as the advertising of tobacco products. Currently, tobacco brands are prohibited from offering sponsorships and, with a few exceptions, to advertise in Spanish media.

Second, the Spanish regulator will be asked to investigate whether additional preventive measures to increase players’ awareness of their gambling behavior can be added to the existing regulatory framework.

Third, operators must take a greater share of responsibility with regard to combating and repairing the negative social effects of gambling.

Fourth, a portion of the administrative fees paid by online operators will be reallocated to fund prevention and responsible gaming initiatives.

 

Industry reactions

In particular, the proposed restrictions on gambling advertising have not been welcomed by the Spanish gaming industry.

“We see a prohibition of or excessive limitations on advertising as a step back that will negatively impact licensed operators compared to black market operators. At present, advertising is the only weapon available to licensed operators against their unlicensed competitors,” Mikel López de Torre, President of online trade association Jdigital told La Vanguardia.

Alejandro Landaluce, Director-General of the CeJuego industry association, said that although the sector is not opposed to advertising regulation, it would be unfair to equate gambling advertising with the marketing of tobacco products.

Landaluce added that any new gambling advertising restrictions must be applied fairly and thus also apply to state-run lotteries and betting pools.

Maarten Haijer, Secretary General of the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA), acknowledges that gambling advertising can be excessive or misdirected, but also stresses the crucial importance of advertising for steering consumers toward licensed operators:

“Problem gambling is a legitimate public health concern – particularly for those gamblers and their families who are affected by it – and all stakeholders must work more closely together to tackle it.

It is important to recall that consumer protection was the single most important reason to introduce online gambling regulation in Spain. Online gambling was legalized with the explicit goal of creating a safe, reliable, and regulated environment for Spanish consumers to       play in. Advertising is an essential part of such an environment: it informs players which websites are licensed, regulated and subject to regulatory oversight by Spanish authorities. Without advertising, players will no longer be directed toward regulated offerings, which will result in lower levels of consumer protection and increasing risks of problem gambling.

Of course, that doesn’t mean that any and all advertising is good or acceptable. Despite the importance of advertising, legitimate concerns do exist about the content of gambling advertising and whether it is encouraging problematic gambling behavior. That is why EGBA supports measures that ensure advertising is responsible and informative, and does not entice problem gamblers or young people to gamble.”

 

Legal and political roadblocks

Although the introduction of a near prohibition of gambling advertising would have a significant impact on Spain’s (online) gaming market, there are still several major political and legal roadblocks ahead for the government’s proposal, local experts told Gaming in Spain.

Santiago Asensi, Managing Partner at Asensi Abogados:

“At this stage, it is too early to tell what exactly is going to happen and how the current declaration that gambling advertising should be regulated similar to tobacco products is going to be developed.

Over the last three years, the Spanish regulator has been working on an advertising bill, which – due to changing political circumstances – has not yet been approved. Said bill places additional restrictions on the current gambling advertising rules in Spain, but can still be considered a well-balanced regulatory tool in terms of protecting consumers as well as providing good advertising opportunities to the industry.

From a political perspective, the manner in which the recent declaration is going to be implemented remains uncertain. It is not clear, for instance, how long the current government will remain in power. In case the current government does manage to stay on, it        is, as of yet, uncertain how exactly the declaration will be incorporated in the advertising bill   proposed by the regulator.

Thus, I would say that the next two to three months are crucial in order to see how this issue is going to be resolved.”

Pedro López Martín-Andino, Managing Partner at MartínAndino Abogados:

“It is important to bear in mind that there is still a very long and complicated path to follow before the Spanish Budget Act for 2019 is finally approved. PSOE and Podemos still need to seek support from several nationalist political groups. Also, the Partido Popular still has majority in the Senate. Additionally, the political situation is very unstable. Thus, the definitive approval of the Budget Act looks uncertain.

To further complicate matters, the current Spanish Gaming Act states that the regulation of marketing and advertising activities related to online gaming must occur through a regulatory decision (i.e. a Royal Decree). For reasons of transparency, the procedure for the approval of a Royal Decree requires that a public consultation is opened, in order to hear from relevant stakeholders.

Thus, if the current government decides to include these new advertising restrictions directly in the Spanish Budget Act, they will be ignoring the procedure set forth in the Spanish Gaming Act, as well as the voice of the industry. It would be sad news indeed for those who defend legal certainty and a stable framework for doing business in Spain.

Last but not least, the regulation on the advertising of tobacco products in Spain follows the applicable EU Directives on this matter. Trying to equate tobacco advertising with advertising activities in a completely different sector, such as online gaming, seems to be            disproportionate, unfair and insufficiently thought through.”

 

Learn more at the upcoming Gaming in Spain Conference

To learn more of the Spanish government’s budget proposal, its implications and potential consequences, visit the 2018 Gaming in Spain Conference, as the newly proposed advertising restrictions will be a major topic at the conference.

The 2018 GiS Conference will feature:

  • local regulators: Juan Espinosa García, Director General de Regulación del Juego, Ministerio de Hacienda y Función Pública; Guillermo Olagüe Sánchez, Subdirector General de Regulación del Juego, DGOJ
  • legal experts: Santiago Asensi, Managing Partner at Asensi Abogados; Pedro López Martín-Andino, Managing Partner at MartínAndino Abogados
  • national and international industry representatives: Mikel López de Torre, President of Jdigital; Maarten Haijer, Secretary General of EGBA
  • and many more!

This 2018 Gaming in Spain Conference will take place November 7-8, 2018, at Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid, home stadium of Atlético Madrid FC and host venue of the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final.

Register now!

Spain set for clampdown on gambling ads

Spain set for clampdown on gambling ads

Gambling operators in Spain could soon face tougher advertising rules as the government looks to introduce restrictions similar to those placed on tobacco.

Various sources in the Spanish press have reported that the new regulations will form part of the 2019 Budget, which will be put to the European Union today (Monday).

Read the Full Article Here – iGaming Business

Gaming in Spain Newsletter – Podemos seeks to impose restrictions on bookmakers, betting advertising …and more!

Gaming in Spain Newsletter – Podemos seeks to impose restrictions on bookmakers, betting advertising …and more!

Spanish regulators meet with industry at Gaming in Spain Conference

Meet with Spanish regulators

Just a bit over a month ahead of the closing of the current licensing window on December 17, attendees of the Gaming in Spain Conference will have one last opportunity to hear from and meet with local regulators.

Juan Espinosa García, Director General de Regulación del Juego, Ministerio de Hacienda y Función Pública, and Guillermo Olagüe Sánchez, Subdirector General de Regulación del Juego, DGOJ, will both address the expected impact of the third licensing window on Spain’s online market, as well as the country’s current regulatory outlook.

Don’t miss it. Register now!

Other speakers & key conference topics

Other confirmed speakers include:

  • Mikel López de Torre, President of Jdigital and Digital Director at Sportium
  • Santiago Asensi, Managing Partner at Asensi Abogados
  • Pedro López Martín-Andino, Managing Partner at MartínAndino Abogado
  • Pedro Fernández, Socio at Garrigues
  • Aurora Merino Salas, CEO of Asensi Technologies

Key conference topics are:

  • Market growth: organic growth and onboarding of gray market traffic
  • Tax reduction: now confirmed at 20% of GGR
  • Ceuta and Melilla: a reduced gambling tax rate for resident companies
  • New suppliers and new products (B2B and B2C)
  • Responsible Gaming awareness

New sponsors announced

We are proud to announce that several new strategic partners and sponsors have signed up to support the 2018 Gaming in Spain Conference.

We are extremely pleased that Betradar, leading supplier of sports betting data, Optima, provider of innovative gaming and betting software, as well as online trade association Jdigital have agreed to become strategic partners of the Gaming in Spain Conference.

We would also like to extend our thanks to our other sponsors: Asensi Abogados, BetConstruct, Betgenius, Ezugi, GameArt, Leaseweb, Microgaming, Mindway AI, Pentasia, R. Franco Digital, and Yggdrasil.

When & where

The fourth Gaming in Spain Conference will be held November 7-8, 2018 at Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid, the home stadium of Atlético Madrid FC and host venue of the 2019 UEFA Champions League Final.

Click here to register.

 

Gaming in Spain website now live

The Gaming in Spain website, containing regular news updates, guest blogs, and our monthly newsletter, is now live! Check it out here.

 

Spain to overhaul problem gambling approach

The Spanish Drug Addiction Council (Consejo Español de Drogodependencias) has introduced gambling harm as an issue to be addressed in the country’s Action Plan on Addictions 2018 – 2020 (Plan de Acción sobre Adicciones 2018 – 2020).

The involvement of Spain’s Drug Addiction Council in drafting problem gambling policy follows the decision of last February by the Council of Ministers to reclassify gambling-related harm as a “drug addiction without substance.”

The Council of Ministers has requested that the Drug Addiction Council rewrite Spain’s National Addiction Strategy 2017 – 2024 (of which the Action Plan on Addictions 2018 – 2020 is a part) to include problem gambling behavior.

Yesterday, the new strategy also gained approval from the Sectoral Conference on Drugs (Conferencia Sectorial sobre Drogas), a political decision-making body made up of members of various offices of Spain’s central government.

More than a billion euros is available until 2024 to implement Spain’s National Addiction Strategy.

 

Guest blog by Santiago Asensi on regulatory pressure in relation to blurred lines between gaming and gambling

Spanish gaming lawyer Santiago Asensi has written a commentary on the recent declaration by sixteen international gambling regulators (including the DGOJ) on the blurring of lines between gaming and gambling.

According to Asensi, the declaration illustrates that it is increasingly crucial for regulators to establish firm lines that help define gambling products and distinguish these from non-gambling products.

The full article is available here.

 

Artificial intelligence predicts problematic gambling behavior

Mindway, winner of Gaming in Holland’s Responsibility in Gaming Award for Industry Innovation of the Year 2018, has developed a method based on artificial intelligence (AI), that is able to evaluate online gambling behavior and to successfully predict the need for self-exclusion, limit setting, or other responsible gaming measures.

Mindway’s AI furthermore generates targeted and individualized conversation guides that can be used in reaching out to customers, either online or by helpline staff.

 

Spain provides large talent pool to iGaming entrepreneurs

Giuliano Lafirenza of leading iGaming Recruitment agency Pentasia provides an update on the Spanish gaming talent market:

“Gaming operators and suppliers hiring in Spain generally find a good range of strong candidates, sourced either within the region or further afield […] Barcelona and Madrid remain the top locations for gaming operations, and talent is clustered around these areas. […]

Challenges come in the form of the sector’s own expansion – through new licenses – and closely related industries – such as ecommerce, fintech, payments – which will undoubtedly increase competition for talent. The growth of Spain’s overall tech sector is clearly good for gaming, but employers will need to remain aware of new jobs which may appeal to             valuable staff.”

 

Upcoming events

The following events may be of interest to members of the Gaming in Spain community.

  • The Responsible Marketing For Gambling Operators Conference, which focuses on the changing regulatory landscapearound promotions, will take place on October 3, 2018, in London.
  • On October 16, Kindred Group will host the Sustainable Gambling Conferencein Stockholm, Sweden. The conference aims to highlight different perspectives on sustainable gamblingby bringing together stakeholders from the industry, academia, and regulators.
  • The Lisbon Affiliate Conferencewill take place on 17-20 October 2018and is expected to bring together the key stakeholders in the iGaming affiliate industry.
  • Clarion Gaming has launchedICE Sports Betting USA, a two-day event to be held in New York on 27 and 28 November, 2018.

 

Podemos seeks to impose restrictions on bookmakers, betting advertising

Political group Podemos has requested that the Spanish government introduce additional restrictions on bookmakers, including a higher level of taxation and a complete ban on sports betting advertising.

More traditional forms of gambling, such as the football pools and lotteries, would be exempt from these new restrictions.

A complete ban on sports betting advertising would cost the media an estimated €133m annually.

Juan Espinosa García, Director General de Regulación del Juego at the Ministry of the Treasury, spoke up in defense of the sector, claiming that regulated remote gaming offers an opportunity to identity and address problematic gambling behavior.

“Podemos’ proposal shows how much work we have ahead of us to communicate the reality of the regulated gambling sector to the general public and political stakeholders,” Mikel López de Torre, President of Jdigital added.

Podemos’ calls for new betting restrictions will also be an important topic at the upcoming Gaming in Spain Conference. Book your place here.

 

Other news

Sportium, the Spanish market joint venture of Grupo Cirsa and Ladbrokes, has announced that it has reached a milestone 3,000 active betting points within Spain.

 

Publishing its latest corporate update, Cirsa reports a 3.2% increase in group revenues to €359 million for Q2 2018.

 

Three Codere directors, including the company’s founders, refused to sign off the company’s H1 financial results in another flare up of its boardroom war.

 

Mikel López de Torre, Director of Digital Services at Sportium, was reelected as Chairman of trade association Jdigital.

 

Betsson’s Spanish brand has launched a new loyalty program that enables users to accumulate points that can be exchanged for bonuses.

 

Online betting and gaming operator Tempobet hasrenewed its agreement with Spanish football giants Real Madrid and Barcelona to advertise at both clubs’ away league fixtures throughout the 2018/19 La Liga season.

 

Russian bookmaker Fonbet has become an official partner for Spain’s La Liga on a three year deal.

 

Real Madrid and ManBetx have signed an agreement to make the company the club’s new regional betting partner across the majority of Asia.

 

Operator Wanabet has signed up to become the official betting partner of basketball team Movistar Estudiantes.

 

Following a deal between Sportium and France’s Pari Mutuel Urbain (PMU), Spanish horse racing fans are henceforth able to bet on French races.

 

Formula One has announced a sponsorship and data rights deal with sports marketing company Interregional Sports Group (ISG) that it said will enable the development of live in-play betting at Grand Prix.

 

Colombia’s gambling regulator issued its 13th and 14th online gaming licenses to Alfabet SAS and Teclino SAS, while the country’s 15th online gambling license was awarded to local subsidiary of Meridian Gaming.

 

Peruvian legislators have put forward a bill that would legalize online betting and gaming in the country.

 

The Spanish media would lose 133 million euros in case of an advertising ban

The Spanish media would lose 133 million euros in case of an advertising ban


Bet365, 888Sport.es, Betfair, William Hill, Paf, Interwetten, Sportium, Bwin y Wanabet. Nombres habituales para quienes siguen las retransmisiones de los partidos de fútbol tanto en prensa digital, radio o televisión. Nombres que son familiares para espectadores y oyentes aunque no hayan jugado un euro en su vida. La culpa de esta saturación publicitaria la tienen los 133 millones de euros anuales que el juego destina a promocionarse.

Empresas que además pagan patrocinios a periodistas deportivos y que concentran casi la mitad de la publicidad que se emite en programas deportivos de radio como Tiempo de Juego de Cope o Carrusel Deportivo de Cadena Ser, según un informe del Consejo Audiovisual de Cataluña que además advierte que “los mensajes de estas casas de apuestas pueden aparecen incluso intercalados con los comentarios del partido como “consejos” de los locutores”.

Read the Full Article Here Elespanol

Tempobet renews away games ad deal with Real Madrid and Barcelona – Gaming Intelligence

Tempobet renews away games ad deal with Real Madrid and Barcelona – Gaming Intelligence

Online betting and gaming operator Tempobet has renewed its agreement with Spanish football giants Real Madrid and Barcelona to advertise at both clubs’ away league fixtures throughout the 2018/19 La Liga season.

The six-figure agreement will see the operator’s logo feature on pitch-side LED boards in television broadcasts throughout Latin America and Europe, excluding Spain.

Read the Full Article Here – Gaming Intelligence

Betsson launches loyalty programme in Spain | EGR Intel 

Betsson launches loyalty programme in Spain | EGR Intel 

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Betsson.es users can collect points on both casino and sportsbook and exchange them for bonuses.

Betsson’s Spanish brand has launched a new loyalty programme that enables users to accumulate points that can be exchanged for bonuses. Betsson Points, which translates to ‘programa de puntos’ on its Betsson.es domain, can be collected via both its casino and sportsbook products.

Read the Full Article Here – EGR Intel