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In this time of defining crisis casino operators are looking to online gaming for solutions that deliver additional branding opportunities and increase bottom line revenues. Given the cost, time to market and the complexities online gaming presents, working with known experts like EPA who have significant industry experience will save you valuable time to roll out and considerable savings to your budget.
In these times of crisis, industry leaders are asking should land based casino operators be looking toward online gaming as a solution to stalled gaming revenues. Going into the online space today is not for the faint hearted and can be a recipe for disaster if you don’t follow the right advice. Shaun McCamley Managing Partner EPA an online pioneer has a wealth of online gaming experience to share in his article ” Online Gaming in SE Asia – Understanding The Way Forward”
As the land-based gaming industry feels the flow on effects from Covid-19, having a trusted and user-friendly live streaming platform for your players to wager through would certainly be a welcome addition. EPA delivers to the industry a White Paper offering an insight and market evaluation of proxy betting in SE Asia.
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Proxy betting gives remote players a legitimate way to play across a wide range of SouthEast Asian markets, writes Shaun McCamley, managing partner at Euro Pacific Asia Consulting (EPA) – and today could hardly be easier to operate.
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As Beijing ramps up efforts throughout the Far East to stem huge cash outflows by targeting illegal online gaming and those operators who target mainland Chinese players, should land based casinos be concerned about potential impact on bottom line revenues? To answer that question you only have to look at recent events where a large well known junket group was specifically called out and the governments of Cambodia and the Philippines have been approached directly to ban online gaming.SE Asia Remote Wagering – is this the beginning of the end?
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The Cambodian province of Sihanoukville is still not a destination for first-tier gaming operators from around the world, despite recently attracting much Chinese capital for creation of hotel complexes, and with some of them possibly to be turned into casino resorts, several industry commentators told GGRAsia. Read the full article here
Suncity does not appear to have broken any online or proxy betting laws – either local or abroad. Although Beijing’s claims that it has, should be taken as a warning nonetheless. Macau concessionaires have been given a warning shot by Beijing not to offer online or proxy betting to the Chinese – even in territories beyond Macau. Read the full article here
In this interview with CalvinAyre.com’s Stephanie Raquel, Shaun McCamley of Euro Pacific Asia explains how gambling operators could capitalize on the popularity of social games.
No one can deny the popularity of mobile phones worldwide. In fact, analysts are predicting that the number of mobile phone users in the world is expected to hit the 5 billion mark by 2019. Watch the full interview here
In this interview with CalvinAyre.com’s Stephanie Raquel, Shaun McCamley of EPA discusses how proxy betting solutions and social games can help give casino operations in Asia a chance to build additional revenue.
Asia is at this moment the largest gambling market, but it’s also a very difficult one to operate in due to restrictions that stem from outdated government laws. Shaun McCamley, of Euro Pacific Asia, said “tough times” are ahead for operators, which is why they should start looking at other offerings to build brand and bring in additional revenue. Watch the full interview here