iGaming and sportsbook operators can no longer merely use technology that is desktop oriented but “optimized” for mobile devices, but rather need to build their products from a mobile-first standpoint.
This blog post outlines some of the most common misconceptions and concerns online casino operators have about sportsbooks, and the benefits around adding a sportsbook to their product suite.
There’s dozens, if not hundreds of table games providers, sportsbook providers, and casino game aggregators on the market. With so many options available, how do you know that your technology, and subsequently your operation, is equipped for success in a competitive betting landscape?
One of the most important considerations for operators are the costs associated with their iGaming and sportsbook technology. Read the article to learn about the difference between Gross Gaming Revenue (GGR) and Net Gaming Revenue (NGR) and how they can impact the profitability of your iGaming operation.
There are several companies around the world like Lion Gaming Group that provide betting technology for iGaming operators. Depending on the country or region iGaming operators want to run their business in, they may or may not be able to work with certain technology providers.
Whether you are already operating, or a prospective iGaming operator, the technology used to power your business is of the utmost importance. Given the vital role betting technology plays in the success of an iGaming business, this article highlights the importance of operators outsourcing their betting technology in order to maximize their efficiency and profitability.
iGaming operators who want to outsource their sports betting technology need to consider a few things before selecting a potential sportsbook provider. This article pertains to both new and existing operators who are either evaluating sportsbook technology for the first time or those who are looking to change sportsbook providers..
Owning a sportsbook or casino is something that was once reserved for the top 1% of the 1%. However with the rise of the internet, online gambling, and talented software developers, having an 8-figure balance in your bank account isn’t a prerequisite for launching your own regulated gambling operation anymore.