At the start of a new decade, an eagle eye’s view of the gambling industry reveals a business landscape utterly transformed by the impact of the coronavirus Covid-19. But even before our world of gaming was hit by the pandemic, and ensuing lockdowns, Live Casino was already forecast–in early, pre-Covid, 2019–to generate half of all global online gambling sales by 2023 — an estimated US$47.5bn. In all, crises events conspire, even collide, to make losers and winners. And, amid our virus-defined era, the time of online gaming has been super-accelerated to here, right now. Indubitably, the outlook for Live Casino is very, very promising. Live Casino is a winner we can all bet on.

To help our audience understand this exciting vertical in more depth, iGamingFuture have curated exclusive insights from key stakeholders from all over the live casino world. Some of our contributors include:

  • Rokas Benetis, Head of Live Casino, LeoVegas
  • Lenny Degiorgio, Head of Live Casino, GentingBet
  • Tobias Svensen, CEO, CasinoGrounds
  • Kevin Kilminster, Head of Live Casino Innovation, Playtech

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