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In-Depth Analysis for the gaming industry

NEWS 1 April 2012
Irish lottery auction proposed
The Irish government are seeking to auction the licence for the country’s national lottery.

Plans have been unveiled to award a 20-year licence to the highest bidder, with the sale expected to generate between €400m and €600m for the cash-strapped nation.

The current licence has been held by the Irish post office since the launch of the lottery in 1987.

Ireland’s minister for public expenditure Brendan Howlin said: “Where the state identifies options to generate additional revenues that don’t impact taxpayers, we need to pursue them.”
IN-DEPTH 27 February 2017
Advanced guard: The importance of data security
The target-rich gaming industry needs to think seriously about data security in order to avoid bad publicity and lost revenue, says CardConnect Payments Executive Vice President Scott Dowty