Core City yields harden

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Control of Lionsgate passes to Sovereign

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Playtech commits to Gibraltar expansion with new World Trade Center office

first_img StumbleUpon Share Jason Ader – No Boogeyman… Activism will play a vital part in reshaping gambling August 20, 2020 Playtech goes live in the US with bet365 August 7, 2020 FTSE gambling technology provider Playtech Plc has expanded its operational presence within British overseas territory Gibraltar, opening a new office within the ‘World Trade Center’ complex.Speaking to Gibraltar news source GBC.gi, Playtech Chief Operations Officer Shimon Akad, stated that the office would expand the firm’s presence within Gibraltar, a key jurisdiction for Playtech commercial pipeline.Akad detailed that the office expansion made business sense, as a number of Playtech’s largest clients held core operations in Gibraltar.As a leading industry technology supplier Akad further states that Playtech needs a ‘significant Gibraltar presence’, to bridge services between the territory and its commercial headquarters based in London.At present, Akad details that Playtech Gibraltar operations have grown to 150 staff members, with the company satisfied with the jurisdiction’s pool of talent and tech resources.However, Brexit has marked a period of uncertainty for Gibraltar. The UK’s decision to leave the European Union may have ramifications for Gibraltar based industry stakeholders.The Gibraltar Remote Gambling License may not be sufficient to fulfil operators’ industry regulatory requirements as certain EU member states could potentially deem Gibraltar licensing provisions as ineligible dependent on how the UK leaves the European business community.Speaking on the subject matter Akad details that Playtech will continue to support Gibraltar as an igaming/betting community. Submit Retail closures have ‘severe’ impact on Playtech August 5, 2020 Share Related Articleslast_img read more

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La Liga wrap: Real stutter, Messi misses penalty but Barca win

first_imgRafael Benitez’s reign as Real Madrid boss got off to a poor start as his side of star names were held 0-0 by newly-promoted Sporting Gijon on Sunday.Los Blancos are already two points behind Barcelona as the champions exacted revenge for their Spanish Super Cup defeat to Athletic Bilbao thanks to Luis Suarez’s solitary second-half strike.Sporting were playing their first game back in the top flight for three years, but roared on by a vociferous home support they matched the visitors.They could even had taken a famous three points had Antonio Sanabria’s first-half header been deemed to have crossed the line.Benitez started with Gareth Bale in a more central position, but the Welshman was again disappointing as Madrid failed to create clear-cut chances before the break.Indeed it was the hosts who came closest to breaking the deadlock when Sanabria’s headed effort came back off the underside of the bar and appeared to just clip the goal line on its way back out. Sporting also had the first chance of the second period when Carlos Carmona sent a bullet header inches past the post.However, the Asturians then had to withstand wave upon wave of Real attack in the final half hour.Cristiano Ronaldo was uncharacteristically wayward in front of goal at a point as he somehow failed to direct James Rodriguez’s inch-perfect cross on target.The World Player of the Year missed an even better chance 15 minutes from time from another fine cross by Danilo. Sporting ‘keeper Ivan Cuellar salvaged a point for his side with a stunning save to turn Ronaldo’s fiercely struck effort behind.In Bilbao, Lionel Messi’s troubles from the penalty spot continued as he saw a first-half spot-kick saved by Gorka Iraizoz.However, his strike partner ensured that miss didn’t prove costly as Suarez volleyed home early in the second-half to hand the champions all three points.Elsewhere…Rayo Vallecano 0-0 Valencia Valencia and Rayo Vallecano were forced to share the spoils, after the two sides played out to a goalless draw at the Campo de Futbol de Vallecas on Saturday evening.Espanyol 1-0 GetafeEspanyol began their La Liga campaign with a narrow 1-0 win over Getafe at the Power8 Stadium on Saturday afternoon.The only goal of the game was scored by Salva Sevilla in the third minute to hand the Calatan-based side the three points. Real Sociedad 0-0 Deportivo La Carouna David Moyes’ Real Sociedad began their 2015/2016 season with a goalless draw against Deportivo La Carouna at the Estadio Municipal de Riazor on Saturday afternoon.Friday’s result: Malaga and Sevilla played out to a goalless draw in their opening La Liga encounter.–CLICK TO READ: Serie A wrap – Juve lose, Lazio win, Roma held –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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