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Bill Mummery, CEO of Celton Manx, talks with Asia Gaming Brief about his new live dealer studio on the Isle of Man and the importance of diversification given the shifting sands in Asia’s online gaming industry. He also discusses sustainability and his company’s adoption of solar panel technology.
The increase of license requests at the Isle of Man comes at little surprise for those in the industry, with iGaming operators from Asia seen flocking to the island in droves over the last year.
A 21-day lockdown has been announced in Isle of Man to limit the spread of Covid-19, according to the IOM chief minister Howard Quayle.
As we rapidly approach the one-year mark, COVID-19 continues to affect nearly every aspect of our lives – both in business and at home and it’s still too soon to predict what the long term effects will be, and how the online gambling sector will look once we come out the other side.
The Philippine government’s target to double revenue from online gambling looks to be on shaky ground, as only half the operators have resumed business following Covid-19 and other licensing jurisdictions look to benefit from the fallout.
Asia’s online gaming industry, which is forecast for double-digit growth over the next seven years, is likely to be one of the main topics to be talked about at ICE Totally Gaming, with executives keen to explore both the opportunities and learn how to face the challenges.
The Isle of Man Government actively encourages the development of gambling and e-gaming business on the island. It remains committed to delivering a stable government and strong regulatory environment, supported by a wide range of attractive business benefits.
Gaming Laboratories International Australia has been awarded accreditation as an approved online gaming testing facility by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission. This opportunity...