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OpenBet Selects Vixio as Regulatory Compliance Partner

Leading content, platform and service provider to the sports betting industry OpenBet will continue its partnership with Vixio as it embarks upon a new chapter of growth.

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Vixio announces the finalists for the 2023 Global Regulatory Awards

Vixio Regulatory Intelligence has unveiled its GamblingCompliance Global Regulatory Awards (GRAs) shortlist for 2023.

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Vixio unveils new brand to establish Regulatory Technology presence

As a trusted compliance partner, Vixio’s solutions ensure that their clients can analyse the current state of the market, anticipate trends in regulation to accelerate their business strategies for product and global expansion.

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Vixio launches Data Hub delivering comprehensive data and insights to customers in the global gambling markets

Vixio Regulatory Intelligence, the trusted provider of regulatory and business intelligence to the global gambling and payments industries, has launched ‘Vixio Data Hub’, a portal for...

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Vixio launches PaymentsCompliance Horizon Scanning to support clients in dynamically assessing global regulatory changes

Vixio Regulatory Intelligence, the leading provider of regulatory and business intelligence to the global payments and gambling industries, announced today that it has launched Horizon...

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Vixio launches Market Assessment Tool to support clients’ market entry and growth plans

Vixio Regulatory Intelligence, the leading provider of regulatory and business intelligence to the global payments and gambling industries, announced today that it has launched a new...

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Finextra: Closed loop and A2A payments set to take a bite out of card schemes

VIXIO’s 2022 Payments Compliance Outlook report is based on research conducted late last year with 113 (56 UK, 57 US) compliance professionals who work at fintech and payments firms with $10m+ in revenues. It found that 52 percent plan to launch a closed-loop payment product in 2022 and 61 percent will develop one by the end of 2023.

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Financial Times: Gambling groups hedge their bets as Brazilian market opens

“In terms of legal gambling, Brazil is absolutely a sleeping giant,” said James Kilsby, managing director of Americas at industry researcher Vixio. “[It] has the potential to become a top-five regulated market globally along with the likes of the UK, Australia and then New York, Italy and France.”

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ESPN: New York state will allow online sports betting to begin Saturday

“The New York State Gaming Commission announced Thursday that four sportsbooks – Caesars, DraftKings, FanDuel and Rush Street Interactive – have received approval to begin taking wagers Saturday (January 8th 2022).” VIXIO GamblingCompliance, an industry trade publication and regulatory intelligence service, projects the New York betting market could gross $667 million in revenue this year. By 2025, the firm estimates annual gross revenue to hit $1.1 billion, which would make it the largest betting market in the U.S. to date.

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Fortune: Can A.I. prevent gambling addiction? DraftKings target Entain thinks so

“As things stand, the U.S. market hasn’t evolved to the level of Europe where debate has moved on to incorporate more severe marketing restrictions, ‘affordability’ checks for customers, monitoring of betting patterns, and blanket stake or deposit limits, among other things,” says James Kilsby, vice president for the Americas at Vixio Gambling Compliance, a company that tracks betting regulations globally.

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Fortune: Leading Las Vegas: A British firm is upending America’s booming online sports gambling market

The U.K.-based Entain has invested heavily in online betting technology that gives it a competitive edge. It’s also made it a takeover target in a high-stakes turf war. Vixio, a company that tracks gambling and payments regulation, estimates the U.S. market, including both sports betting and digital casino games, could be worth $19 billion in annual revenue by 2025.

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Bloomberg: FanDuel Parlays Fantasy Sports Into a $1.9 Billion Betting Boom

The company has converted a rabid fantasy fan base into a lucrative clientele for its U.S. sports-betting business. Such bets are harder to win, meaning the company keeps a larger chunk of wagers and can out-earn rivals, says James Kilsby, a vice president at research company Vixio GamblingCompliance. “You’re betting on two contingencies,” he says. “That’s really helped to grow its market share.”

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