Jackpocket hands advisory role to former Scientific Games CEO

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter US-focused mobile lottery start-up Jackpocket has appointed Gavin Isaacs, the former CEO of Scientific Games and current chairman of SBTech, as a senior advisor to its board of directors. Jackpocket hands advisory role to former Scientific Games CEO Topics: Lottery People Strategy Email Address Regions: US Tags: Mobile 24th April 2019 | By contenteditor US-focused mobile lottery start-up Jackpocket has appointed Gavin Isaacs, the former CEO of Scientific Games and current chairman of SBTech, as a senior advisor to its board of directors.Isaacs will now work with the Jackpocket board and executive team to help set a growth strategy for the start-up and guide its expansion into new jurisdictions in 2019 and beyond.Based in Las Vegas, Nevada, Isaacs brings more than 20 years of experience in the gambling sector to Jackpocket, a reseller service for state lottery tickets. Isaacs has served as chairman of sports betting and gaming technology supplier SBTech since January of this year, having previously led Scientific Games before departing in August 2016.Earlier in his career, Isaacs also spent time as COO of Bally Technologies, CEO of SHFL Entertainment and president of Aristocrat.“It is an exciting road ahead, and I’m eager to do my part to help the team navigate regulated spaces and shape new strategies for modernising the industry,” Isaacs said.Jackpocket founder and CEO Peter Sullivan added: “We’re fortunate to be in a position where we can be really thoughtful about who we have in our court, as we fortify our leadership position as a gaming technology company in a changing industry.“With lotteries and iGaming undergoing such rapid transformation, and in many cases starting to converge, we know that Gavin will bring valuable counsel and foresight in making more inroads for our growth.” Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Lotterylast_img read more

New technology central to igaming professionals’ ambitions for 2019

first_img Topics: People People AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 30th May 2019 | By Joanne Christie Tags: Online Gambling Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Pentasia’s Will Sawney says opportunities related to artificial intelligence and blockchain will continue to be important to those in the industry, with job satisfaction and mobility other key trends to watch Regions: Asia Europe US Pentasia’s Will Sawney says opportunities related to artificial intelligence and blockchain will continue to be important to those in the industry, with job satisfaction and mobility other key trends to watch.Individual ambition is critical to collective success. Every innovation, every improvement and every commercial success can – in some form – be tracked back to an inspired individual who made it happen.‘Ambition’, though, isn’t an easy metric to measure. It’s a quality that can thrive in the right environment, or be squashed by the wrong one.Last year, our Ambitions 2018 survey sought to take a reading of the professional igaming community. We learned about professionals’ interests, job satisfaction, career goals and more, understanding more than ever before about individual ambition.Last year’s results were published here on iGaming Business as part of our Salary Survey. This year, our Ambitions 2019 survey once again asks igaming professionals to share their thoughts on the industry and their career plans for the coming months.It’s certainly an exciting time to be working in online betting and gaming – few industries can compete when it comes to career potential.With the US sports betting market opening up following last year’s PASPA ruling, esports gaming growing rapidly and technologies such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality and blockchain gaining traction, it feels as if the industry is on an upward trajectory.This year’s survey is now accepting entries, with full results to be published after the closing date of 30 June. The team at Pentasia has taken a look back at last year’s results and come up with a number of predictions about how this year’s survey results will differ from last year’s.Tech top inspiration for 2018 Artificial intelligence, followed by blockchain, was the ‘tech trend’ that most inspired igaming professionals in 2018. Many expressed a strong desire to learn, or start working in, these high-growth areas.Interestingly, this was often more important than salary. Almost one-third (29%) of last year’s respondents listed “cutting edge tech” as a top job search priority. Technology is such a high priority that even lofty salaries were no longer enough to convince many tech professionals to accept a job that involved archaic systems.Tech skills were also high on the list of priorities for respondents when it came to self-improvement. In total, 68% of respondents said they were committed to “learning and developing new job skills”, with hard skills in cloud computing, statistical analysis and new programming languages top of the list .  Training key to job satisfaction Training generally was a key element in respondents’ job satisfaction last year. Disappointingly, job satisfaction averaged just 3.5 out of 5, with marketers recording the lowest job satisfaction, citing “low promotional prospects and a lack of investment in training”.Developers and designers, on the other hand, were the happiest at work in last year’s survey. It seems the industry has some way to go in terms of supporting ambition. Last year those in the industry reported that learning new skills and operating within a supportive leadership structure (i.e., with managers who “get it”) were important ways to do so.Tech, job satisfaction to remain key in 2019 On the tech front, we expect artificial intelligence to take an even greater share of the interest from professionals, as this multi-faceted technology hits ever-wider spheres of the industryWe therefore think that learning and development will centre around AI and payments, as well as blockchain technologies – all of which have shown significant career potential for those willing to embrace them.This year we expect project completion to emerge as a key ‘job satisfaction’ factor, but with work increasingly siloed in specialist departments, opportunities for through-line oversight will be limited.Mobility to increase Another key trend we are predicting for this year is that professional mobility will increase. Igaming professionals are showing an ever-greater awareness of their value, and are increasingly intolerant of barriers to their ambition.We think this will extend not only to new roles but also new territories; emerging market job opportunities will be considered by a greater number of professionals and employers will have to adapt to accommodate remote or part-remote working options.Ambitions 2019 is now open for entries, with a €500 Amazon prize on offer: pentasia.com/ambitions New technology central to igaming professionals’ ambitions for 2019 Email Addresslast_img read more

MGM Resorts boosted by Chinese growth in Q3

first_img MGM Resorts boosted by Chinese growth in Q3 Casino & games Regions: US AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter North American gaming giant MGM Resorts saw a 9% rise in revenues in the third quarter of 2019, as it benefitted from growth across its casino properties in the US and China. North American gaming giant MGM Resorts saw a 9% rise in revenues in Q3 as it benefitted from growth across its casino properties in the US and China.In its third quarter financial and operational results for the three months to 30 September, MGM reported net revenue of $3.3bn (£2.5bn/$3.0bn). It said net revenues at its Las Vegas Strip properties increased 4% year-on-year to $1.5bn.In its regional operations across the US, net revenue increased by 20% to $935m. Those figures included $52m from Empire City Casino, which it acquired in January 29, and $64m from MGM Northfield Park’s operations, which was acquired in April. It also benefitted from a full quarter of operations at MGM Springfield, which opened in August last year.MGM China’s net revenues were up 22% year-on-year to $738m, in part thanks to a 19% increase in VIP Table Games hold to $699m at its MGM Cotai and MGM Macau properties.“I am excited about the prospects for our business as we enter 2020,” said Jim Murren, chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts.Read the full story on iGB North America.center_img 31st October 2019 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Addresslast_img read more

Svenska Spel donates SEK4m to Swedish youth sports in 2019

first_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Swedish gambling operator Svenska Spel has revealed that it donated more than SEK4.3m (£343,084/€405,213/$446,417) to youth sports associations in the country through its ‘Prispallen’ initiative during 2019.Through Prispallen, Svenska Spel agrees to commit SEK10,000 to youth sports in Sweden each time an athlete secures a podium place in an international sporting event.Swedish athletes took a record 432 international podium finishes in 2019, of which 90 were achieved by the Svenska Budo- & Kampsportsförbundet, the governing body for budo and fighting sports in the country. This saw it secure SEK900,000 in funding from Svenska Spel.The Styrkelyftförbundet, which oversees competitive powerlifting, followed with 30 podium places and SEK300,000 in funding, then the Orienteering Association with 29 finishes and SEK290,000, the Racerbåtförbundet on 26 places for boat racing events and SEK260,000, then the Skiing Association with 20 podium finishes and SEK200,000.Tove Alexandersson was the most successful Swedish athlete in 2019, winning a total of seven medals across orientation and ski orientation. These included four World Cup golds and one World Cup silver, as well as one European gold and one European bronze.“Swedish sport has a strong international standing and 432 medals, or just over one medal per day for the year, is incredibly impressive,” Svenska Spel’s chief executive Patrik Hofbauer said.“We at Svenska Spel are, as Sweden’s largest sports sponsor, very proud and happy to be able to distribute this money that will help strengthen youth sports around the country,” he said. “It is through broad youth sport and good talent development that we lay the foundations for future international success.”In November last year, Svenska Spel also announced that it had donated over SEK50m to grassroots sports in Sweden for the seventh consecutive year as part of its Gräsroten initiative.Funding was distributed to a total of 8,556 associations across 71 sports, with more than half of this (SEK29.9m) going to football. Ice hockey followed with SEK5.8m, and then floorball with SEK2.2m. Swedish gambling operator Svenska Spel has revealed that it donated more than SEK4.3m (£343,084/€405,213/$446,417) to youth sports associations in the country through its ‘Prispallen’ initiative during 2019. Topics: Finance Sports betting Svenska Spel donates SEK4m to Swedish youth sports in 2019center_img Regions: Europe Nordics Sweden Finance 28th January 2020 | By contenteditor Email Addresslast_img read more

Norway announces latest extension for online bingo

first_img Online-only bingo games will now be permitted in Norway until 11 May, after the country’s gambling regulator Lotteri-og stiftelsestilsynet (Lotteritilsynet) announced yet another extension to the window in which the in-person registration requirement will be suspended. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Online-only bingo games will now be permitted in Norway until 11 May, after the country’s gambling regulator Lotteri-og stiftelsestilsynet (Lotteritilsynet) announced yet another extension to the window in which the in-person registration requirement will be suspended.After the country’s bingo halls were closed as a result of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic from 12 March, Lotteritilsynet announced on 16 March that operators would be able to offer games online only.Previously bingo had to be held in land-based halls, with players able to join games remotely provided they had registered in person beforehand. To help these venues mitigate the impact of the shut-down, the games were moved online, and the in-person registration requirements suspended.This was originally due to be in force until 29 March, but on that date an extension to 13 April was announced, alongside a set of updated marketing rules. This stated that operators were not able to market the games directly to players, such as through SMS or email campaigns, and bonuses were prohibited.When 13 April came, the online-only window was then extended to 27 April.While new players are able to register online using the BankID electronic verification solution, when Norway’s government eases social distancing measures they will be expected to complete in-person registration, or have their accounts shut down.In other news, the Norwegian police have ended their investigation into multi-level marketing business Lyoness, blaming a lack of resources. Lotteritilsynet reported the company to the police in October last year, having banned it from operating in Norway in 2018.Lotteritilsynet claimed that Lyoness was effectively a pyramid scheme – something the business vehemently denies – and warned citizens not to invest in its products. The regulator claims Norwegians have lost up to NOK500m (£38.1m/€43.7m/$47.3m) through Lyoness to date. Regions: Europe Nordics Norway AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Bingo Norway announces latest extension for online bingo Tags: Mobile Online Gambling Email Address 27th April 2020 | By contenteditor Topics: Casino & games Legal & compliance Bingolast_img read more

Philadelphia Eagles sign Fox Bet sponsorship deal

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter The NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles have signed a new multi-year partnership with Flutter brand Fox Bet, who will launch a new studio at the team’s home stadium, Lincoln Financial Field. Topics: Sports betting Email Address The deal will include broadcast, digital and social media advertising on team channels, custom promotions and a “strong branding presence on game days”. In addition, Fox Bet messages will feature prominently on scoreboards at the stadium. Read more on iGB North America Sports betting The operator has also constructed a studio from which it will create new Eagles-themed content featuring prominent on-air personalities from Fox Sports and former Eagles players.center_img “This new, fully integrated partnership with Fox Bet has enabled us to reimagine the way we deliver content to our fans in a fun and innovative way,” Catherine Carlson, senior vice president of revenue and strategy for the Philadelphia Eagles, said. The NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles have signed a new multi-year partnership with Flutter brand Fox Bet, who will launch a new studio at the team’s home stadium, Lincoln Financial Field. 16th September 2020 | By Aaron Noy Regions: US Pennsylvania Philadelphia Eagles sign Fox Bet sponsorship deal Subscribe to the iGaming newsletterlast_img read more

Best bookmaker for cycling betting

first_imgIn third place in our overall comparison was 888sports. With 11 markets, it offered a lot of variety, and also had very competitive odds on offer. ConclusionThe Tour de France is one of the standout sporting events of the year for punters. After looking at 25 bookies over a variety of markets, we found that EnergyBet was the best bookmaker for cycling betting. It had excellent Tour de France odds, as well as a highly competitive commission rate across the markets. What really separated EnergyBet from the rest and secured it the number one spot was its odds for top three finish, one of the most popular markets with punters betting on the Tour de France. 18th September 2020 | By Aaron Noy Sports betting Leading tipster site Betting Expert compares bookmakers’ offerings for the Tour de France, exploring their markets and odds to determine the best in the UK. Best bookmaker for cycling betting Marathonbet and Bet-at-Home followed closely behind. Best Tour de France top three oddsWith the Tour de France typically being quite unpredictable, many punters look to bet on a podium finish rather than an outright winner. The following bookmakers scored highest in this category: Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Best Tour de France climber classification oddsMany punters choose to bet on the best climbers in the Tour de France and here the following three bookmakers stood out: A close second was Mr Green, which offered 14 markets in total. What stood out for the bookmaker was that it had some of the best odds around: it was in our top four for both climber’s classification and top three overall odds. Leading tipster site Betting Expert compares bookmakers’ offerings for the Tour de France, exploring their markets and odds to determine the best in the UK 1. Sportingbet=2. Coral=2. Ladbrokes 888sports and Mr Green also performed well by offering among the best odds, while Bet365 and Fansbet were among those with the most attractive commissions. Joint second-placed Ladbrokes and Coral offered among the best Tour de France odds for the points winner and had identical commissions of 40.74%. 1. Sportingbet2. Marathonbet3. Bet-at-Home With that in mind, punters look for the bookmaker with the best value odds and the lowest commission. These were our top three bookmakers for Tour de France outright winner betting: Best Tour de France points winner oddsPunters also want the best value and the highest returns when it comes to the points winner market, and in this category these were the three best bookmakers: Email Address There are now plenty of options for punters but not all offerings are equal, with significant differences in the commission and odds available at various bookmakers. Regions: UK & Ireland AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter 1. William Hill2. Unibet3. Fansbet The Tour de France is the biggest event in the cycling calendar. Millions of people across the world tune in to watch the 21-stage event and many of them will bet on the action. Topics: Marketing & affiliates Sports betting Affiliates Bet365 and BetVictor also offered some of the best odds and lowest commission rates in this category, coming in second and third place, respectively.  The standout name in our analysis was EnergyBet. It offered a great variety of markets for punters to bet on and its odds were competitive across the board. 1. EnergyBet2. Mr Green3. 888sport Sportingbet provided the best odds and the lowest commission, which made it the best bookmaker when looking solely at outright winner. We researched what was on offer at 25 different bookmakers across a range of different categories. We compared odds across numerous markets, including outright winner, top three finish, top 10 finish, points winner, climber classification and any special bets offered. Best Tour de France outright winner oddsWhen it comes to betting on the Tour de France, the most popular and common market is the outright winner of the competition. Only the very best cyclist will come out on top after 21 events over 23 days. In a field this large, it could be anyone. EnergyBet came out on top, while SkyBet and Fansbet were the second and third best bookies in this category. Sportingbet came out on top, with the best odds and the lowest commission at 39.49%. Betsafe was the name at the top of the mountain, with the most competitive numbers of the 25 bookies we studied. Betsafe offered odds of 20 for its fourth favourite rider, while many bookmakers were as low as 13. About bettingexpert.comProviding expert tips and in depth betting theory, bettingexpert.com is the world’s biggest social network of sports betting tipsters. Its global community of experts compete for prizes by sharing their strongest tips on upcoming matches across 25 different sports to help millions of sports bettors place knowledge-supported bets, with the best odds available from a variety of bookmakers. Betting Expert is owned by Better Collective, the leading developer of educational platforms within the igaming industry. 1. Betsafe2. bet3653. BetVictor 1. EnergyBet2. SkyBet3. Fansbet Overall best bookmaker for Tour de FranceLet’s first take a look at the overall top three bookmakers for cycling betting. Taking into account all the odds and markets offered, these three bookmakers were the most consistent across the board in the variety of markets: The difference in odds was particularly significant outside the top five riders, with Sportingbet offering odds almost three times greater than other bookmakers for a top 13 racer. Best Tour de France top 10 oddsA top 10 finish is an enormous achievement at the Tour de France and betting on the top 10 really opens the field up for punters. The best odds in this market came from the following operators: All data were collected between 18 and 25 August and the results may have been different using different dates. William Hill was the best bookmaker we examined for this market, while Unibet and FansBet came second and third, respectively.last_img read more

Svenska Spel launches new DraftKings-powered sportsbook

first_img Topics: Sports betting Online sports betting Sportsbook “It feels incredibly good to finally be able to offer our customers a new sportsbook with all that it entails,” said Dan Korhonen, head of product sports betting & sportsbook integrity at Svenska Spel Sport & Casino. Svenska Spel launches new DraftKings-powered sportsbook Svenska Spel said its new sportsbook allows it to offer customers an expanded range of sports betting, a better customer experience and new features including betbuilder and cash out. Results for Q3 2020 published in October showed that Svenska Spel Sport & Casino, despite being affected by Sweden’s SEK5,000 (£435/€494/$594) weekly spending cap, saw revenue increase by 6.5% to SEK490m. Sports betting 3rd February 2021 | By Conor Mulheir In September 2019, the operator signed an agreement with SBTech, which was subsequently merged with DraftKings in April 2020, for the provision of a new sportsbook. Since then, it said, work has been done to implement and complete the new sportsbook platform. Shay Berka, chief international officer of DraftKings, added: “We are pleased to announce that we are now delivering Svenska Spel Sport & Casino’s new sports book with our award-winning B2B solution, a unique and outstanding gaming experience with industry-leading coverage of both local and international markets.” Swedish state-owned operator Svenska Spel has launched its new online sportsbook, powered by the B2B arm of daily fantasy and sports betting operator and supplier DraftKings, which was formerly known as SBTech.. “Svenska Spel Sport & Casino is the leading operator in the Swedish market and together we will improve the gaming experience for players throughout Sweden”center_img On a like-for-like basis, revenue for the three months to 30 September increased 98.2% year-on-year to $132.8m , though if SBTech’s revenue was factored into the previous year’s figures, revenue was up 42.3%. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter In November, DraftKings raised its full year 2020 guidance after revenue grew strongly in the third quarter. “It is very fun to now be able to offer our players new features such as betbuilder and cash out, together with a wider range of sports betting. We will continue to offer competitive odds together with fixed bet limits that apply to all customers.” Regions: Sweden It said the new sportsbook brought a more competitive range of sports odds, better functionality and a more complete gaming experience. The local offer will continue to be handled by Svenska Spel Sport & Casino’s staff. Tags: DraftKings Svenska Spel Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Email Addresslast_img read more

Low6 expects IPO listing in second quarter

first_img Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter “We are delighted to see Low6’s progression since our recent investment in December 2020 with a significant increase in users as it continues to roll out new apps in partnership with globally renown sporting brands and work with new influencer partners,” Pires chairman Peter Redmond said. Sports betting Pires Investments, an Alternative Investment Market (AIM)-listed investor that backs next generation technology businesses, in December subscribed for 6,667 ordinary shares in Low6 at £30 each for a total consideration of £200,010 (€229,019/$277,967). “Its plans to IPO in Q2 2021 remain on track and we look forward to updating the market on this investment in due course.” 15th February 2021 | By Robert Fletcher AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Low6 also has a partnership in place with the Professional Darts Corporation. Tags: Low6 Pires Investmentscenter_img Topics: Sports betting Strategy Last month, Low6 launched its UFC Picks mobile app as part of its partnership with the Ultimate Fighting Championship, with more than 8,000 fans using the app. Low6 in Q4 of last year also closed a pre-IPO round, raising £3.3m in convertible notes. Two prominent Australian institutional investors participated in the raise, with the issue being over-subscribed. Low6 expects IPO listing in second quarter The provider, which has raised over £8.0m to date, has now proposed extending the pre-IPO round to allow further investment from an unnamed leading gaming industry player, with any additional funds to provide further working capital. Sports betting platform provider Low6 has said it plans to commence its initial public offering (IPO) in the second quarter of this year, following a fundraising drive in the latter part of 2020 via a partnership with Pires Investments. Email Addresslast_img read more

IG Group hails “another exceptional quarter” as revenue climbs 65% in Q3

first_imgOther revenue came from its ‘Significant Opportunities’ portfolio, where revenue was up 55% to £37.6m, largely driven by a 50% rise in active clients to 40,100. Meanwhile, IG Group also gave an update on its planned acquisition of brokerage and trading education platform Tastytrade. Core markets revenue hiked 64% to £533.2m, with 224,900 active clients, while Significant Opportunities portfolio revenue increased 77% to £113.9m, with 60,700 active clients. The operator said its performance was driven by a combination of sustained and elevated levels of trading from existing clients, as well as continued high levels of client acquisition, with a record 230,100 clients active in Q3, up 60% year-on-year. IG Group did not disclose any further details of its financial performance in Q3, but chief executive June Felix said that the operator made progress towards delivering on a number of its strategic goals during the quarter. Tastytrade has two brands: media-focused Tastytrade, which offers education to traders about options and futures markets; and brokerage platform Tastyworks, which has 105,000 active accounts and makes up 1.3% of the entire US equity options market by trading volume. “The continued performance from the Significant Opportunities portfolio has been remarkable, and we anticipate substantially achieving the revenue target of £160m one year ahead of plan,” Felix said. IG Group has now secured certain regulatory approvals for the acquisition, with others pending, and hopes to complete the purchase in the first quarter of its 2022 financial year. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank our people for their continued hard work during the quarter,” Felix said. “Operationally, this has been one of the busiest periods in IG’s history, and our global workforce has responded with the kind of dedication, resilience and professionalism embedded in the IG culture.” “This accelerates our strategy to drive new sources of growth, while also expanding the group beyond its core OTC offering.” Tastytrade was able to grow its registrants by over 100,000 in the two months to the end of February to nearly one million. Upon publishing its first-half results in January, IG Group revealed it had struck a deal to purchase Tastytrade for $1.0bn. 11th March 2021 | By Robert Fletcher “Our planned acquisition of Tastytrade is progressing well and the outstanding client growth delivered in the period underlines the further, significant growth potential of this business,” Felix said. OTC leveraged revenue was up by 61% year-on-year to £599.7m, while exchange traded derivatives revenue increased 51% to £17.7m and stock trading and investment 369% to £29.7m.center_img “The group is also continuing to grow the size of its high quality and loyal client base which represents a long-term asset to the group.” IG Group hails “another exceptional quarter” as revenue climbs 65% in Q3 Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter In a trading update, spread betting and contracts for difference (CFD) operator IG Group said total revenue for the three months through to 28 February amounted to £230.3m (€268.5m/$321.1m), up from £139.8m in the same period last year. Over-the-counter (OTC) leveraged revenue was 57% higher at £210.5m in Q3, while exchange traded derivatives revenue was up 40% to £5.4m. However, the most significant growth came within IG Group’s stock trading and investment, where revenue rocketed 619% to £14.4m. IG Group said trading at Tastytrade was strong in Q3, with the Tastyworks arm accelerating its rate of active account growth in 2021 and reporting a 100% rise in the number of active trading accounts during February. Topics: Finance Finance In terms of its year-to-date performance, group revenue in the nine months to 28 February was £647.1m, up 66% from £389.7m at the same point in the previous year. Tags: IG Group Breaking down this performance further, IG Group said revenue from operations in core markets reached £192.7m, up 67% year-on-year, while the total number of active clients in these market reached 191,700. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Addresslast_img read more