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Contents September 2017


SOUTH AMERICA ECUADOR P12


A recent meeting in the Ecuador city of


Guayaqui could open the door for casino gaming to return to the country


Samson House, Manchester Road, Manchester M29 7BR, United Kingdom


COLOMBIA P14 Colombia forges ahead with its introduction


of legal online gaming with the issuing of the first licence to Wplay


MEXICO P16


A Sonora state representative has drawn attention to the fact that it now has the highest rate of casinos per population


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NORTH AMERICA CANADA P30


Great Canadian Gaming beat off competition from Genting Group and Caesars Entertainment


BERMUDA P32


Century Casinos has submitted an application for a casino at the Hamilton


Princess Hotel & Beach Club in Hamilton US P34


Te recently formed Innovation Adoption


Advisory Panel to recommend industry best practices in adopting product innovation


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Report Italy Gaming Market


Italy - Never on solid ground Report P54 Italy is a country which never seems quite sure about how to handle its extremely substantial, confusing and yet lucrative gambling market


Novomatic and Cammegh launch Spread-Bet Roulette Insight P50 Cammegh and Novomatic bring their considerable combined gaming expertise to the launch of Spread-Bet Roulette on the Novo Unity II system


Poland - Change for the bettor? Reports P70 Recent changes in the gaming law means Poland’s online sector is about to open whilst slot halls will now be permitted, however it’s not all good news...


Reports Peru


Peru: What economic crisis? Reports P84 In stark contrast to its neighbours in Latin America, Peru’s economy has experienced growth for the last 18 years and the gaming sector is one of the strongest in the region


ASIA & OCEANIA


CAMBODIA P36 NagaWorld has reported an increase its GGR in


the first half of the year by 40 per cent to US$386.8m


PHILIPPINES P38 Genting Hong will open its Westside City


Resorts World integrated resort in Manila’s Entertainment City in 2020


SOUTH KOREA P40 Jeju Shinhwa World is opening in phases and


will be one of Korea's most prestigious integrated leisure resorts


EMEA


AUSTRIA P18 Te largest shareholder of Casinos Austria, the


Czech Sazka Group, ‘intends to acquire the sole control of Casinos Austria’


UK P20 Gordon Dadds urges all Commission licensed


remote gambling operators to urgently review their group structure and activities


PORTUGAL P28 Online gaming generated gross income, from


the granting of the first license until June 30, 2017, of more than €108.1m.


NEWSWIRE / INTERACTIVE / 247.COM P5


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