The 10th anniversary edition of the WLA Global Lottery Data Compendium (GLDC) ...Discover
WLA and the European Lotteries Security and Operational Risks webinar week on 5-7 December, attracted more than 300 attendees from around the world. Experts and thought leaders discussed diverse aspects of cybersecurity and AI, and how to best protect lottery operations from security breaches.
The industry benefits when lotteries share learnings with one another, as they did most recently at IGT’s International Instants Workshop.
When it comes to safeguarding the security of lottery operations both online and physical and providing safe betting and playing environments for customers, WLA lottery members lead by example, by obtaining certification to the WLA Security Control Standard (WLA SCS:2020), and to the WLA Responsible Gaming Framework.
It is safe to say that when faced with products of the same quality, most consumers will choose the cheaper option, and the same goes for betting products.
Discussing the relationship between the African continent and the Olympic movement requires looking at different aspects, such as the athletes, or the symbolic dimension of the universality of the Olympic Games.
IGT’s superpower Cloud Native system delivers security to Switzerland’s Loterie Romande and Poland’s Totalizator Sportowy by sourcing proven solutions built upon meaningful Cloud provider investment.
The Summer edition of the WLA magazine covers the important topic of Combatting illegal betting to maintain sport integrity.
With the release of its 16th annual Sustainability Report, IGT shares an update on the company’s global sustainability strategy, current initiatives, and positive impacts. All are centered around IGT’s Sustainable Play™ program, helping to ensure success for the company and its stakeholders – and drive industry growth well into the future.
WLA Executive Director, Luca Esposito was among the panelists of the Asian Racing Federation webinar discussing different aspects of illegal betting and how to combat it, held on 9 June.
After a tumultuous three years, the world's state-regulated lottery and sports betting operators have emerged largely intact from the depredations of the COVID-19 pandemic. In FY 2022, revenues increased across the sector by approximately 10% over the previous corresponding period, with gains made on the return to retail and strong one-off sporting events in particular.