Launched in the run-up to ICE 2019, the CasinoBeats 100 Club has spent the last week or so mulling over its first issue, with the findings set to be published next week.
The inaugural survey considers whether the online casino sector should be subject to greater restrictions on things like stakes and prizes. With the responses now in and being processed, CasinoBeats wanted to share with readers the breakdown of the 100 Club membership.
The companies represented are dominated by operators (38 per cent) and suppliers (34 per cent), with a broad selection of contributors also taken from the media and marketing field, as well as regulators, affiliates and others, such as the legal profession.
Some of the world’s biggest online gaming operators are part of the 100, including BGO, Betsson, Casumo, GVC, Lottoland, Mr Green, Royal Panda, Twin and Wishmaker, to name a few.
Suppliers are also extremely well represented, with leading companies like Authentic Gaming, Big Time Gaming, Comtrade Gaming, EveryMatrix, iSoftBet, Nektan, Red Tiger Gaming, SBTech and Yggdrasil all on board.
In addition to operators and suppliers, marketing and media professionals make up a valuable part of the 100 Club membership, from organisations including AffiliateINSIDER, Calvin Ayre, GameOn Marketing, Lyceum and Square in the Air; as well as top affiliates like AskGamblers, CasinoGrounds and Gambling.com.
Other members of the club are taken from leading gaming lawyers, specialists consultants and two major European regulators.
The seniority of those in the 100 Club is also worth noting, with 43 per cent holding C-level positions – predominantly as CEO – while another quarter are directors or department heads. An additional 15 per cent are company founders.
The findings of the first CasinoBeats 100 Club survey will be published next week.
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