CDC Gaming Reports and Gambling Insider announce strategic content partnership

Today, CDC Gaming Reports and Gambling Insider announced a partnership that will increase coverage of world gaming issues for readers of both publications.

Going forward, CDC Gaming Reports will use Gambling Insider content to better cover daily international gaming news in its morning e-newsletter The Flash. Readers of CDC Gaming Reports will be able to read up to 200 words of Gambling Insider articles directly on compared to half that from other sources.

In addition, Gambling Insider commentaries will appear in The Flash’s international section as they are posted, and readers will have a convenient link to Gambling Insider’s GI Friday publication each Friday.

Select commentaries from CDC Gaming Reports will appear as guest commentaries in Gambling Insider’s GI Friday publication as well, in order to increase coverage of U.S. issues in the widely read weekly publication.

“Bringing Gambling Insider’s high-quality content to our website increases our readers’ access to daily international coverage of the gaming industry. Gambling Insider’s content-first focus matches our own and our readers will benefit from what they bring to The Flash,” said CDC Gaming Reports Associate Publisher, Cory Roberts.

“We’re delighted to partner with CDC Gaming Reports. For a while now we have admired CDC’s reports and commentaries, and we certainly consider them one of the best sources for news about the US gaming industry,” said Julian Perry, Gambling Insider’s Editor in Chief. “Our writers work tirelessly to provide features, hourly news, in-depth articles and interviews with leading executives from the industry. We truly hope that CDC’s subscribers will enjoy reading some of these in The Flash.”


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