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Gamenet currently operates some 38,427 NewSlots (85 per cent of the 45,337 licences) with more than 4,000 directly managed plus 8,030 VLTs (93 per cent of the 8,570 rights). Gamenet also operates 67 gaming halls under the Gamenet or Billions brand and also 653 PoS for betting (of 750 betting point licences) and various online games.


HBG Gaming Group is one of the largest licensed operators in Italy with products in the bingo, NewSlot AWP and VLT sector, online gaming and betting. In 2015 overall group revenue was €4.5bn divided between bingo with €114m; NewSlots with €2.4bn, VLTs with €2bn; Online gaming with €9.1m and betting sector with €21m in revenues. Te company has a five per cent market share. Total player expenditure was €886.3m for 2015.


HBG had 16 bingo halls in Italy at the end of 2015 with 6,000 seats, 780 NewSlots and VLTs inside plus sports and virtual betting corners. It has a seven per cent market share of the bingo sector.


Trough its subsidiary company HBG Connex they have a network of 31,901 NewSlot machines at some 9,318 stores with some €2.3bn in revenues and a 9.2 per cent market share.


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For the VLT sector HBG obtained an authorisation to install 4,798 terminals which hadbeen distributed in 455 gaming halls by end 2015. Gaming partners are Novomatic, Spielo and Inspired. HBG also runs an online network via smartgame.it enabling players to bet on sports and horse events and play online slots, bingo or poker tournaments. Te group also opened 52 betting shops across Italy.


Admiral operates gaming halls and bingo halls. Tey have 26,000 devices installed plus 150 gaming halls and various online gaming sites. Revenues for the group in Italy reached €137.9m


Sisal was set up in 1946 by three sports journalists and today operates lottery and tote related games such as SuperEnalotto, Win for Life and football pools Totip. It has 14 million clients and has a turnover of €15.1bn and 46,000 points of sale and 376 online games.


In 2006 Sisal was authorised by AAMS to set up a slot machine network via Sisal Slot, a new subsidiary of Sisal. Tey have 30,000 plus machines in some 10,000 outlets and total gross collection in this sector was €47.9bn last year (VLTs €22.1bn and slots €25.8bn).


In the retail sector they have Sisal Wincity with


22 stores, Sisal Matchpoint for sports and horse betting with 360 stores and 3,800 corners and Sisal Smartpoint launched in 2014 offering lottery and AWP with 450 outlets.


Cirsa Italia was founded in 1996 with Unidesa (the manufacturing arm of Cirsa). Cirsa Bingo followed in the year 2000 and then Cirsa Interactive. Today they offer the various activities to the Italian market via 15 independent subsidiaries. Cirsa has around 12,000 NewSlots and 2,500 VLTs in Italy.


Netwin Italia became a concessionaire in 2013 and is a company set up by two brothers Bruno and Davide Ricci Bitti who have been operating in the market for years via their companies RB Videogames, Nord Est GiochiNewco and Euromondial.


NTS Network is a company formed by a group of Italian operators which supply VLTs and NewSlots


Codere Network operates bingo, betting, slots and casinos and is present in eight countries. Tey have been present in Italy since 2000 and today have nearly 6,000 gaming places. Tey opened their first bingo hall in 2002 in Italy and in 2006 acquired Rete Franco Italia to become a


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