The internet’s growing influence has changed how the betting and gaming industry digests information and positions itself as a form of entertainment. That was a key focus for Betsson AB CEO Pontus Lindwall in Issue 19 of the SBC Leaders Magazine.
In his lead interview, Lindwall reflects on the ups and downs of his career in the betting and gaming industry and how he has established Betsson as one of the frontrunners in the sector.
Among the leaders featured in this edition of the magazine is AstroPay CEO Mikael Lijtenstein who sets his sights on further European expansion – a topic which he discussed in a previous edition.
The CEO dives into the reasons why an in-depth knowledge of individual markets is needed to navigate an ever-changing payment landscape across Europe. He also touches on the growing acceptance of contactless payment technologies and how this presented a new window of opportunity for AstroPay to expand its global footprint.
Over in our US section, we ask whether the first-mover advantage is the be-all and end-all for success in the post-PASPA market, or whether sportsbooks can afford to be ‘late to the party’.
Triple Ripple Group President and CEO Kym Sleezer asks how differentiation will shape success in Latin America in 2022. He puts forward his case for why the traditional B2B technology partnership model must be restructured if operators want to achieve their expectations in the region. Read what he had to say here.
In Issue 19 of SBC Leaders, we quizzed figureheads on the implications that the Metaverse can have on the gaming sector, an industry that hitherto has been very firmly rooted in the physical world. We discovered that this new technology will blur the lines between real life and cyberspace through virtual and augmented reality.
Rounding off this edition of the magazine, Enrico Bradamante, Founder and Chairman of the iGEN trade association, looks ahead to CasinoBeats Malta as he highlights why the island is the ‘place to be’ for gaming companies.
Read the full magazine HERE